Charles Ferguson, General Manager, G-P, explains why building global teams and remote work can help organisations manage rising operating costs.
Jean Lua, Chief HR Officer, Kredivo, highlights the key principles HR leaders need to understand about change management.
HR leaders can create policies that promote hybrid work and guide managers and employees on how to work effectively in hybrid environments.
Organisations need to understand the employee experience and take action on the moments that have the biggest impact on engagement.
coto's Scott Harrison share insights into overcoming the initial hurdles of remote working and how to build a cohesive and successful remote team.
People data analytics can empower leaders and individuals with insights that will drive them to make decisions to move their organisation forward.
Enabling the conditions for CHROs to thrive is critical to boosting productivity and potential across organisations, says Accenture's Gaston Carrion.
Creative leaders are more likely to empower their team members with new ways of doing things, says Dickson Tang, keynote speaker and author.
Eric Ng, Executive Director. Amgen South-East Asia, India, and Hong Kong (SEAIHK), highlights how leaders can help create a sustainable DI&B culture.
Elisa Mallis, VP and Managing Director, APAC, Center for Creative Leadership, details how leaders can ensure hybrid team success in their organisation.
CHROs are increasingly looking to devise and execute their organisation’s ESG strategy through people interventions, says The ESG Institute's CEO.
Offering flexible and varied benefits will improve inclusivity and meet the disparate needs of employees, says Howden's Primus Lee.
Steven Businovski emphasises the importance of organisations creating a capability strategy and establishing a L&D culture.
Eleanor Vajzovic, Head of Strategic Solutions, Paradox, provides some tips on how organisations can create successful candidate experiences.
Philippa "Pip" Penfold, MD, Integrating Intelligence, explains why effective job design can improve algorithmic management across organisations.
More organisations are now pivoting to a skills-based approach to people strategy, and are utilising AI and ML to meet the skills challenge.
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.
Organisations should not neglect the human potential in their employees, even as technologies continue to impact and change the way we work.
Kevin Oakes, CEO of i4cp, highlights why organisations should prioritise creating a healthy culture above mandating where employees work.
Steve Boese examines some of the tech options organisations can adopt to reduce burnout and support employee wellbeing.
AI and ChatGPT tools are emerging for a variety of HR use cases, but it is important to proceed caution and ensure legal hurdles are met.
There are five areas that can help organisations sustain their teams’ high-performance and inspire them to achieve goals.
Board members say HR leaders need to enlighten them on people issues, including through the use of data.
Developing a compelling employer value proposition and leveraging innovative technology are two key elements in attracting and retaining top talent.
Tim Sackett, who will be speaking at HR Tech Festival Asia 2023, examines the potential impact Generative AI can have on the future of work.
Anjali Byce, Chief Human Resource Officer at STL, highlights some key measures HR leaders can take to attract and retain the best talent.
A study in the UK found that, after shortening the workweek, things were better for employees, and at least no worse for employers.
Jane Lee, Head of Asia-Pacific Sales at Remote, highlights the importance of building a global talent marketplace to attract and retain the best talent.
Kawal Preet, President, Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa region, FedEx Express, calls for gender equity and equal opportunities for all in the workplace.