Mercer’s annual Total Remuneration Survey TRS for 2020 revealed that the overall salary increase projected in 2021 for Singapore would soften slightly to 3.5% compared to 3.6% in 2020.
Intent alone won’t fix bias. HR and diversity, equity and inclusion leaders need to assess the systems and processes that systematically deter equal opportunity.
Nearly two-thirds of companies plan to resume hiring plans in 2021, says the latest JobsDB report.
Demand is rampant for digital skills like artificial intelligence (AI), but you need added insight from labor market data to understand what that really means for your talent strategy.
We are changing the way we learn, and one Singapore startup sees an opportunity to reimagine the way we train, upskill, and expand our knowledge.
HR leaders and security teams need to work together to build a security-driven culture if they want to continue remote working and become agile.
A new Microsoft-IDC study highlights how Hong Kong companies are looking to “embed” innovation into their company culture.
Worries about employability and a drive to switch industries are keeping SG workers online to learn.
Old ways of predicting skill needs aren’t working. HR leaders need a dynamic skills strategy that enables employees to learn and apply desirable new skills quickly and effectively.
A new survey showed that almost three-quarters of Asia Pacific decision-makers now see innovation is a “must.” But creating a culture of innovation is not that easy.
Redundant employees accuse the consulting firm of actively discouraging other potential employers from hiring them on non-compete grounds.
Amid widespread protests against racism, HR leaders must acknowledge the emotional toll on employees and create safe spaces for candid conversation.
A Gartner research shows employees are only applying 54% of new skills they learn despite change in job needs.
It is a question that HR leaders need to answer before employees push back.
Deploying e-learning for all employees has become more important after the pandemic. Learn how Kaplan did it.
When the going gets tough, it is the ability to own and recover from failures that counts. Not resumes filled with past successes.
For the many employees still working on-site during COVID-19, the HR priority is their physical and mental safety and well-being. Even small things can improve employee experience.
COVID-19 showed that corporate culture is not necessarily rooted in fancy office designs, fun gimmicks and freebies.