Some say the more we depend on tech, the more employees will seek facetime - can HR keep up?
Valentine gifts can be tricky. HSBC offers staff discounted laptops 'for him' and kitchen appliances 'for her'
The ex-staffer claimed she was harassed and penalised for pumping milk at work
Nearly a quarter of workers claim they've been overlooked because of age
Singapore currently ranks in the top 10 among OECD countries for females in the workforce
Do headphones help employees to focus and maximise productivity?
Millennials do often get "blamed" for these developments. Maybe because this generation grew up during a period of great technological advancements which now also shows in the workplace, with communication/collaboration tools such as Teams, Yammer and Skype, digital workspaces such as Cloud 1 Workspace or Workspace 365 and smart devices that can connect to the internet basically anywhere. Or maybe it's because this generation is supposedly used to having everything catered to their needs and how they want everything personalized. And yes, maybe they did influence this shift in work, but everyone can benefit, from all different generations in the workforce.
I think it's about time we stopped describing those skills as soft skills. They are far from soft.
With today's rapid advances in technology, what can HR do to utilise these new advancements in the best manner? One HR expert examines this issue to find out more
HR leaders would be hard pressed to find a term that matters more
Over 50% of organisations need to do more to support LGBTQ issues
Where does HR place in the rankings?