Workforce Management

培养心理韧性

新加坡WSH委员会正在领导一场解决员工的心理健康问题的运动。

撰稿人:Marta Chmielowicz

在新冠疫情暴发期间,在家办公增加了员工的精神压力,特别是对于那些不得不兼顾全职工作和照看孩子的父母来说。为了解决这个问题,新加坡工作场所安全与健康委员会(WSH)最近发起了其年度活动,以促进工作场所的员工健康和安全。

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面向未来

中国、香港和日本在适应未来的工作场所的过程中亟需解决的优先事项不同。

撰稿人:Marta Chmielowicz

亚洲经济正在增长,但其增长速度在每个地区并不是一致的。Hays Singapore的揭开亚洲未来劳动力的奥秘 研究显示,虽然对技术、健康和灵活性的更多关注开启了经济新纪元,但各个地区的经济复苏情况都有明显的差异。

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Building Mental Resilience

Singapore’s WSH Council is leading a campaign to tackle employees’ mental health.

By Marta Chmielowicz

Working from home throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened employees’ mental stress, particularly among parents who had to juggle full-time work with childcare. In response, Singapore’s Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council recently launched its annual campaign to promote health and safety in the workplace.

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Facing the Future

China, Hong Kong, and Japan face differing priorities as they adapt to the workplace of the future.

By Marta Chmielowicz

Asia’s economy is growing, but this growth is not uniform across every region. Hays Singapore’s Uncovering the DNA of the Future Workforce in Asia study reveals that whilst a greater focus on technology, well-being, and flexibility has ushered in a new era of work, there are distinct differences in the recovery of each region.

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The Leadership Equation

Identifying employee potential, creating career paths, and developing hard and soft skills all add up to future success.

By Simon Kent

Identifying and developing leadership talent is a particular challenge for HR. From succession planning and development to external talent acquisition, HR leaders need to ensure there are practices to identify and place talent that will help the business thrive. Even in the face of the pandemic, forward-thinking organisations have prioritised their leadership programmes, ensuring their businesses have a strong direction despite stormy waters.

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Looking Forward

For companies seeking a more inclusive, equitable, and diverse workplace, data can reveal a clear path to success.

By Marta Chmielowicz

When an organization came to Korn Ferry with the goal of improving the diversity of its upper-level leadership team, a data-driven root analysis was in order. A close look at metrics around promotion, development, diversity, and employee engagement revealed that the company had no formal performance management and development program in place, but was great at informal development, with tons of opportunities for employees to pursue lateral assignments.

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Changes Ahead

As offices reopen and a hybrid workforce becomes the norm, a new set of challenges are arising.

By Jo Deal

The “future of work” and “return to office” have never been more top of mind than they are today. In the next few months, companies that once held millions of square feet in office space will need to make choices that will shape their workplace for years to come:

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Shaping HR Priorities

The challenges of 2020 are accelerating even more transformation in 2021.

By Anthony DiRomualdo, Dorothée El-Khoury, and Franco Girimonte

Unprecedented disruption in 2020 upended the HR agenda. Many business leaders were forced to put plans for growth on hold in order to step up and guide their organizations through challenging strategic and operational issues, including a global pandemic, a tense political climate, and growing calls for social justice around the world.

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