GRIT wants to shorten the hiring process by adding transparency and fairness.
HR needs to create value with them, not just for them. We can call it Creating Value Plus.
Gen Z as has much to lose as their predecessors with hyperautomation. It’s time to understand its impact on job security and society instead of leaving it to market forces.
They are looking at all aspects of employee support, including supporting careers and improving employee experience.
News research shows that remote working created seven trends employers cannot ignore.
Make remote work productive and engaging for employees with these empathetic but practical actions.
WFH is creating new levels of stress and burnout yet employees do like it; HR leaders, however, need a new approach to make the new work model work.
The Southeast Asian country is on its way to recovery with more than half of companies looking to hire.
While employees are more concerned about financial well-being, their employers are not giving them the right tools or advice.
Research shows employers need to do more to address workforce depression and sustain current mental health initiatives.
While everyone is working from home.
To preserve employee well-being in times of political and social disruption, manage negative emotions, establish appropriate political expression policies and create safe spaces for dialogue.
Gartner says we need to get dynamic about skills training or face a workforce with useless skills.
It is launching a series of initiatives to retrain and better align available skills with changing job scopes and needs.
A new survey shows that digital workers are more resilient and engaged but have unique expectations.
Your employees may be readier than you know to become tech experts and master analytics skills.
Questions about employee travel risks and vaccine effectiveness add complexity to pandemic management at the workplace.
But Singaporeans are less keen to travel elsewhere for work.