Vietnamese economy is witnessing a silent yet powerful uprising and this has led to the creation of numerous jobs. With new reforms and economic changes, this Southeast Asian country is the new hotspot for work opportunities.
Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong last year shared plans to lift the statutory retirement age from 62 to 65 years by 2030. However, to hire, nurture and manage the older workforce, companies would require more support and cost benefits.
As part of a People Matters- SumTotal series on future proofing organizations and their workforce, this video captures AirAsia’s journey in digital transformation, the rise of mobile learning and the importance of learning agility.
In a globalized world becoming more complex day by day, the key challenge facing organizations is to strengthen their resilience, ensure safety of their employees and to ensure continued operation and survival in the face of risks.
Organizations have been increasingly relying on individual and team performance metrics to achieve their strategic goals. But if the wrong metrics are rewarded, it can be counter-intuitive and negatively impact the business.
The employees in their 50s are not necessarily sitting back and preparing for a relaxed life after retirement. Many wish to explore new careers, some wish to work longer and for some working for more years is more of a necessity, given the increased life expectancy. So what does this mean for business and HR?