APAC Autumn 2020

Data-Driven Strategy

Following these eight steps is critical to unearthing culturally relevant data insights.

By Michael Switow

There is no shortage of data for HR professionals. From recruitment data to promotions, productivity, absenteeism, timesheets, expenses, and retention metrics, data that can be used to craft better workforce strategies is being created every day. Yet many HR leaders struggle to realise the power of people analytics, choosing instead to rely on instinct and experience.

Making Pay-for-Performance Work

A new incentive programme was instrumental to driving business results and culture change at Gates Corporation.

By Michael Switow

When the Gates Corporation hired Rick Goh to be its HR director for East Asia and India four years ago, the Denver-based multinational organisation was undergoing a cultural transformation following its acquisition by the Blackstone Group two years earlier. One of the keys to this transformation would be a new sales incentive programme to motivate and reward Gates’ commercial team.

Returning Home

Recruiting overseas Filipino professionals can help organisations fill roles with high-quality talent.

By Michael Switow

Ron Oliver Santor, a full-stack software engineer with a resume built on fintech experience, left his home in Manila in 2018 to advance his career. The pay and opportunities seemed better in Singapore where he joined 200,000 of his countrymen, more than half of whom were professionals like himself.

Recruitment Process Outsourcing 2020: EMEA and APAC

We rank the top providers of recruitment process outsourcing in EMEA and APAC based on customer satisfaction surveys.

By The Editors

Seeking an RPO provider that can manage your recruitment process across the globe? Look no further -this HRO Today Baker’s Dozen Customer Satisfaction Rating shines a light on the top-rated RPO companies operating across EMEA and APAC.

Editor’s Note: Sentiment and Data

By Michael Switow

As Asian companies negotiate the starts and stops of the COVID-19 pandemic -economic contraction, altered ways of working, plus new opportunities and challenges -an increasing number of HR decision-makers and employers are unhappy at work.