By KULWANT SINGH BARDH
Five years ago, none of the HR leaders want to talk about e-learning. Now, when I speak to learning and development leaders of some top local companies, they feel they are more ready for it. The time has come!
By NANCY SY SIM-LIM
Employees, including managers and supervisors, must be trained in the organisation’s sexual harassment policy. The pressure is on HR practitioners to ensure that the policy is communicated to all.
In this series of Raise Your Game and The Science of Building Leaders, Roshan Thiran from Leaderonomics looks at what shapes workplace culture and how it can be used to drive results for your organisation.
By LOO LEAP HAN
Globalisation and mobilisation of talents have given great challenges to most HR practitioners in determining the most effective 'marriage' of strategic HR management practices and business performance. What can we do now?
By KARIN HURT
Your job description is the skeleton—the unimaginative view of minimal requirements. Many will stop there and stay put. And that’s a tragedy... Of course you need job descriptions. It’s just time to get more creative.
By NATALIE CHONG
Like it or not, Malaysians are seeing a wave of retrenchments in various industries. This article attempts to address some of these areas to demystify the complexities in a retrenchment exercise as much as possible.