In the future of work, career flexibility is key, as is automating HR functions and exploring AI’s role in the workplace.
With the evolution of the workplace, HR leaders must recognise and embrace both opportunities and challenges.
Day 2 of the HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 is jam-packed with presentations and innovations that will shape the way organisations work in 2023 and beyond.
Winners of the HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 were recognised for setting the benchmark of excellence and innovation in the HR industry.
To become better leaders, aspiring managers need to look above, across, and even below themselves in the organisation.
Kindness fosters a healthy workplace culture that supports growth and resilience, as well as empathising with mistakes and learning from them.
With lifelong employment on the decline, employees have to adapt and develop new skills to continue being employable.
A Future of Work Taskforce could help SMEs create a skilled workforce that supports their growth, said the Small and Medium Enterprises Association.
As the rise of AI tools make certain job responsibilities redundant, employees can adapt by gaining key skills such as analytical thinking.
To bridge wage gaps and improve employability, the Singapore government is committed to helping employees constantly reskill and upgrade.
Creativity can be inculcated in employees lower in the organisational hierarchy when they are given more time to engage in tasks.
Steven Businovski emphasises the importance of organisations creating a capability strategy and establishing a L&D culture.
Employees will receive more training opportunities to advance their careers or find new employment in the event of retrenchment.
Dr Tanvi Gautam, a tranformational leadership expert, offers frameworks that can be used to manage the stress of change management programmes.
Rob Squires, VP, Regional Head of Asia and Japan, Ceridian, explains how organisations can cultivate a culture that allows their employees to thrive.
Learn about the latest HR strategies and technologies to drive HR transformation at HR Tech Festival Asia 2023, which is taking place from May 10-11.
Organisations can provide more opportunities for managers to undergo training to become better leaders and aid in their career progression.
Leaders must develop three key traits to lead their organisations and people through times of uncertainty.
Developing core skills will play a key role in career development and help employees stay relevant in helping their organisations grow.
A workers’ rights group has proposed that employees in the country be allowed to extend their retirement beyond the age of 60.
Shifting to job-based employment helps firms identify desired skills and provides employees with opportunities for career advancements.
Cornerstone OnDemand’s new Opportunity Marketplace harnesses AI and transformational design to foster an agile and adaptable workforce.
The Malaysian government has been urged to promote policies that support non-discriminatory employment and continued learning.
Employers in Singapore are more likely to financially support the training needs of employees who are more educated, a new study has found.
When considering how to grow their organisation, leaders can do worse than listening to and investing in their employees.
Speakers at the Reimagine Theatre during HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 will highlight the challenges and opportunities posed by the evolving world of work.
This is to prevent instances where employees may be terminated but rehired by employers looking to reduce costs, said the Ministry of Manpower.
A bill has been passed to establish the permanent functions and governance arrangements for the newly established Jobs and Skills Australia agency.
Cultivating a sustainability culture and offering upskilling opportunities can encourage employees from all job roles to drive sustainability initiatives.
The HR profession in Australia is also shifting towards an advisory role, with line managers assuming traditional HR responsibilities.