‘One way to do this is to provide it across digital platforms for self-care with enough AI to help sieve issues that require human interaction and support,’ said Daniel Fung, CEO, Institute of Mental Health, Singapore.
The Indigenous Employment Index is meant to assist employers and investors with data, and accelerate action. It is hailed as the first comprehensive snapshot of Indigenous employment representation, processes and experiences.
Futurist and global thought leader from Mercer Ravin Jesuthasan proposes a new way of looking at work that deconstructs jobs into their component parts, deploys these parts to the optimal combinations of talent and automation and connects talent to work more seamlessly to make the most of the skills and abilities of individual workers.
‘Our BRGs are thriving grassroots communities which have spearheaded cultural and educational initiatives for our people to share their experiences and have sparked meaningful discussion around DEIB,’ shared Susie Lee, SVP, Global business transformation and DEIB, Degreed.
Good HR is serious business. It requires deep expertise of the subject and an equal measure of understanding of the business - along with the right level of sensitivity towards people. Shubha Shridharan, Group SVP, HR, APAC, The Adecco Group shares some hard truths about this key function that all need to know and understand.
The functions of the HRs have evolved with the onset of the pandemic. From being the workforce management team to nursing the workforce with the emergency services during lockdowns, HR professionals have travelled a long way in just two years.
Business success today is about people enablement, which in turn is about making decisions based on employees' requirements and needs – while balancing these with business priorities. Shweta Chandrashekar, Global People Enablement Lead at HERE Technologies, describes some of these needs and how to build on them to enable the workforce.