New technology can help companies rethink their L&D strategies and make learning more humane.
Technology is ready, but the internal comms and HR teams need to decide how they will work together.
If you’re worried that hybrid workforce and remote work models will ruin your organizational culture, data suggests you’re wrong.
Are employers ready to meet the needs of a very different workforce?
A new survey shows that employers are not maintaining the empathy they showed during the first months of the lockdowns.
Upskilling L&D programs may hold a better answer than searching the market for the right talent.
Employers want their workforce to be productive. But employees are beginning to see monitoring tools as too intrusive. The answer lies with ethics.
Employers are experimenting with diverse wellness initiatives. But is it just to lure them back to the office and win talent wars?
Despite efforts by vendors and the government to shore up the cloud and AI talent, demand exceeds supply. More needs to be done.
The MoU allows both organizations to drive different student internships and research programs to nurture I&T talent in Hong Kong.
The new Oracle Global study shows that more of them are turning to AI for relief.
Companies embracing cloud-first strategies saw demand for cloud architects increase. Below are key traits that HR leaders need to look for when recruiting them — based on personal experience.
For performance management to be effective, especially during a year of disruption, it must be useful. So make it business-driven, employee-owned and work-focused.
Companies to focus on tech skills and temporary employment to bridge skill gaps resulting from digitalization.
A new report showed that only one-third feel that their companies are providing the right training opportunities.
And wins an award for it.
Cybersecurity professionals and software engineers are in high demand.
More professionals are looking to change jobs as the job market experiences surging demand for tech and sustainable energy talent.