Reskilling and upskilling can help companies tap into an untapped talent pool.
77% of IT leaders struggle to hire new staff.
Jobs that didn't require coding skills are now being disrupted by automation.
The Philippines is leading the way in remote work. Here are some trends to watch out for.
The criteria? Food, fun, and facilities.
Vocational education is the first step.
As more workers embrace automation, they should not forget their interpersonal skills.
The skills most beneficial to a worker's career may not be what they think.
These new trends will shape companies' workforce strategies in 2022.
Companies need to move up the organizational maturity ladder to retain these agile employees.
The true definition of hybrid working remains elusive as long as we continue to use a pre-pandemic mindset.
The future is hybrid. Make sure your total rewards function is ready.
AI is transforming global workplaces, and employees are demanding better data literacy as a result — if only employers listen.
Return to workplace policies are also driving many to resign.
80% of employees say they will only stay if there are proper data training programs.
In turn, they are choosing companies early in their careers that care more about their post-retirement wellbeing.
These CFOs are not only hiring but are also gig workers themselves.
The pandemic has highlighted the importance of mental health, but a Mercer survey showed that SG employers are not listening enough.