In the future of work, career flexibility is key, as is automating HR functions and exploring AI’s role in the workplace.
Older female employees in Singapore face stereotypes and career hurdles, as well as retirement and caregiving challenges, says a women’s group.
Employers are showing bias and offering leadership positions to job applicants with English names over other ethnic minorities.
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.
While meetings are still important in helping employees do their jobs better, poorly designed ones create fatigue and sap productivity.
HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 kicks off today, setting the stage for discussions on critical workforce challenges and innovative HR tech solutions.
Key elements to attract emerging millennial and Gen Z workforce include flexibility, learning and development, and purpose-driven work.
Control over the work schedule is desired by most office employees, but only 43% are able to choose their work location.
Job applicants are afraid to ask for higher salaries in jobs that push for altruism and charity, resulting in them losing out on more pay.
Remote work may stall the upward progression of an employee’s career, especially if they are looking to become leaders, said Arvind Krishna.
Many organisations risk losing their best talent by failing to build workforce resilience that meets their employees’ needs.
With lifelong employment on the decline, employees have to adapt and develop new skills to continue being employable.
Creating a fulfilling and stable career requires intentional career planning, including self-questioning as a first step.
One of the key attributes to the income wage gap between genders can be due to the differences in job searching behaviour, says a new study.
Charles Ferguson, General Manager, G-P, explains why building global teams and remote work can help organisations manage rising operating costs.
Discover the latest workplace strategies and insights from industry experts at ASEAN Future of Work, a key event during HR Tech Festival Asia 2023.
Older employees are denied the same opportunities as their younger counterparts, despite having the ability to perform as well, if not better.
Mental health issues such as anxiety or depression are causing the country to lose about S$16 billion annually in lost productivity.
Chatbots are a viable tool to assist entry-level and low-skilled employees with complex tasks, according to a study.
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.
To create a more diverse and inclusive workforce, the Australian civil service is considering offering more flexible work rights for public employees.
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.
Even though anxiety over job security still prevails, expectations of a salary raise continue to rise amongst employees in Singapore.
Creative leaders are more likely to empower their team members with new ways of doing things, says Dickson Tang, keynote speaker and author.
Employers need to find a more equal recruitment and promotion system to address inequalities in the workplace arising from men’s overconfidence.