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Singapore’s Hotels & Hospitality Industry: Is Remuneration the Key Driver in Talent Attraction & Retention? 

13 Dec 2018  by   Brian De Souza & Lek Kai Jia

An Aon study showed that, in 2017, the hotels & hospitality industry was lagging 14% behind general industry when it comes to salary increments. How can employers engage with top talent in order to attract and retain them?

Holiday Shopping Season Is Here: What Does This Mean For E-Commerce Employers?

06 Dec 2018  by   Judy Zhang

With productivity and efficiency at the core of the success of e-commerce departments, consumer and retail businesses in China are challenged with attracting and retaining the best talent. What will it take to do this in 2019?

Sales In The New Century: How Will It Shape Up?

12 Oct 2018  by   Ronak Marolia

Sales is and will continue to be an integral part of any business. But how can organisations prepare their salesforce for the future of work?

How Are Local Companies Overpowering MNCs in China?

28 Sep 2018  by   Judy Zhang

The Made in China 2025 programme has spurred the semiconductor industry to expand aggressively in the market—with local companies luring top talent away from MNCs. How are they doing this?

China vs US: What are the Hot Skills and Pay Premiums?

07 Sep 2018  by   Radford

Radford, part of Aon, conducted surveys of technology companies in the US and China to assess the hot skills companies are most interested in acquiring, and in some cases, willing to pay hefty compensation premiums for. What to the results show?

Job Levelling in Asia: Keeping it Fair, Compelling, and Market-Oriented

A great global job levelling programme is the foundation for creating a compelling, fair, and market-oriented approach to managing your talent for optimal business results. How can you apply this in an Asian context?

Demystifying Pay in India: How to Structure Compensation for Local Practices

Compensation planning in India requires knowledge of local market practices. So how can your organisation create an effective pay plan in the country?

China's Changing Workforce: 4 Things Every Rewards Professional Must Know

In past years, China’s economy was designed for rapid growth. Now, the emphasis is on building quality talent and sustainable businesses. To successfully navigate this transformation, HR and rewards managers should pay attention to four big developments.

What are Turbocharged Tech Companies Doing—and You’re Not?

Turbocharged companies are more likely than others to use a variety of tools within their HR programmes to drive employee behaviour and allocate the right resources to the right talent. How can these practices apply to your own organisation?

How Can You Enable Transparency in Reward Communications?

21 Dec 2017  by   Emma Le Grice

The need for transparency around rewards and recognition is increasing. Fortunately, there are tools available to help organisations evaluate, compare and communicate this information to their employees.