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Five ways to attract the best tech talent

With technology ever-changing, it’s key to have the best tech talent at your company so you can evolve with the times. But how can your business attract this talent?

Acquiring the skills and capabilities for companies to achieve ESG transformation

ESG priorities vary between organisations, and stakeholder expectations are always evolving, so companies need to access the right skills and resources at the right times. Instead of requiring organisations to reinvent the wheel, ESG transformation requires acquiring people, skills and capabilities through a combination of sources.

Empowering people to deliver ESG transformation

In this guide, we explore how environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues no longer sit on the sidelines of organisational strategy. They have become a core part of board and executive plans across the Asia Pacific region. Download the guide to read more.

How should HR leaders prepare the workforce for the post-fifth wave of Covid-19

With the Hong Kong government announcing to ease the tough Covid-control measures in April, the question to HR leaders would be: what should be done to ensure as smooth sailing as we “head back to the office”, or do we need to “head back” at all? In this article, we will provide some recommendations and “food for thoughts” for HR, so to help you get prepared in advance.

Best practices for promoting employee wellness at workplace

Conversations around employee wellness have been going around for a while now. Employees are encouraged to prioritize their well-being and ensure they maintain work life balance to take care of their physical and mental health. But is it only a one-way street? Can employees balance the pressures of work and life without the support of their employers? Perhaps not entirely. Which is why focus is also being put on what companies could do to enable employees to take care of themselves and make the workplace more conducive to holistic health.

How can corporates adopt a start-up culture to attract talent

Today, companies are no longer directly competing for talent against direct competitors or within their industry. While big corporates can offer competitive salaries and great employee benefits to make for an attractive proposition, a strong force of competition is also coming from start-ups as the workforce is valuing more than just perks and financial rewards. This article examines the characteristics of start-ups that make them attractive and suggests ways for established companies to incorporate these traits to recruit the best talent.

How can hiring managers support their employees with working from overseas

Given the sense of flexibility remote working brings along, companies are now very open to talent working from overseas. While relocating back to home country or a third country might come across as a straightforward move, but it’s not all that simple and can involve complicated aspects which need to be taken care of. In this article, we explore all elements which you, as a hiring manager, can look into to support your workforce for working overseas.

6 pitfalls to avoid in your search for a finance professional

Talent inside the finance market can choose from a multitude of interesting job offers these days. The amount of vacancies still increases each day and people are drawn to the industry.

Symptoms of Dysfunction in Hybrid Working

Hybrid working raises tough questions, in this report we have surveyed thousand of employees world for practical insights and solutions for employers and hiring managers worldwide. Download our free guide today.