Insights At Work—The Aon Hewitt Blog

How are China's State Owned Enterprises Transforming HR?

05 Aug 2015  by   Michele Lee

Globalisation and an increasingly competitive environment have caused China’s State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) to start transforming their HR functions. However the special status that these SOEs enjoy in the Chinese society and decades-old HR practices have made this an uphill task. Here are some HR interventions which they should be looking at immediately to transform their businesses.

How Can CEOs in Asia Unleash the Right Talent Outcomes?

24 Jul 2015  by   Gitansh Malik

The war for talent shows no signs of abating in Asia. CEOs can play a key role in driving their talent strategy and arming their organisations with competitive business advantage. Read this article to learn how Best Employers are going about it.

How To Improve Employee Engagement?

15 Jul 2015  by   Mollie Kohn

Overly simplistic views of engagement as a generic indicator of employee attitudes and opinions often fail. Managers need to take a tailored approach by aiming for the right engagement outcomes and addressing key specific drivers. Aon Hewitt's Say, Stay, and Strive engagement model would be a good starting point to do this.

Why Should HR Worry About Internet of Things?

15 Jun 2015  by   Nina Xiao

Internet of Things (IoT) will disrupt workplaces and will pose a new set of challenges for the function of HR. Read this article to learn more about the impact of IoT and what HR Managers can do to attract, reward and engage technical talent.

Singapore SMEs—What Are The Drivers For Employee Engagement?

08 Jun 2015  by   Alexis Saussinan

Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) form a very significant part of Singapore’s economy. However they are facing an uphill task to attract, motivate and retain talent to sustain and grow their business. Here are some research-based recommendations on the drivers of employee engagement for SMEs.