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Progressive organisations in Saudi Arabia begin to passionately pursue stronger female inclusion in their workforce, but still struggle to make significant shifts in the workplace. How can employers overcome the deep-rooted societal perceptions that stand in the way?
Employee engagement is a highly predictive contributor to a range of performance outcomes, including employee performance and retention. So why don't employers spend more time listening to what their employees are saying?
Failures often result in reputations being tarnished and careers getting tainted. So how can leaders foster an environment that embraces measured risk-taking and encourages innovation, while accepting that failures may be part of the journey?
Despite the Thai government’s best efforts towards Thailand 4.0, major obstacles still stand in the way—especially when it comes to capabilities of the workforce. How can data make a difference to employers looking to prepare for the future?
Digitisation has changed banking forever, and up to a quarter of the workforce is in jobs where a high percentage of tasks could be automated. What does the future look like, and is it already here?
During times of disruption, employees have a variety of different concerns that will influence their desire to resign or remain. How can organisations undergoing transactions come up with effective strategies to retain their best?
The HR function has been undergoing a metamorphosis for the past few years, but the most recent stages of the transformation have been difficult. What qualities and capabilities must today's CHROs in Southeast Asia have, in order to truly secure their seat at the table?
Impressions formed by a candidate throughout the recruitment and selection process can play a key role in whether a successful applicant accepts the position—and can ultimately influence their behaviour once they are employed. How can employers take advantage?
Analytics convert a large data set into meaningful information that drives our decisions. But the insights we derive is heavily influenced by our inherent tendency to confirm our existing beliefs. How can we overcome this?
Several of our leading workforce indicators point to a potential slowdown in the competition for talent in China; yet, the real story is probably far more interesting and complex. How?
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