Adrian is the Practice Leader – Future of Work Tech at PeopleStrong, an India-based Enterprise HR SaaS platform and is the Council member with Singapore Human Resources Institute. He is tasked to drive thought leadership and be the voice of leading topics and mega trends in the technology that supports the Future of Work. He started his HR career in 2004 with the co-founding of his first business in recruitment. It went on to collect two HR Vendors of the Year award and led him to receiving SHRI HR Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013. He also pioneered YouTube videos to market the company (2 million views) and a marketing award at Global Recruiters event. Adrian exited the business in 2014 and went on to start (and exited) other business in career coaching and HR consultancy. He co-written a career guidebook – ‘Everything You Wish to Ask a Headhunter’. Currently he writes extensively about HR Tech on his blog (adriantan.com.sg) and created the Singapore HR Tech Market Map since 2017. While he isn’t penning on his blog or ChannelNewsAsia, he enjoys spending quality time with his four kids and two frogs. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
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According to Randstad Workmonitor survey in Q1 of 2019, 1 in 4 employees feel uncomfortable during performance reviews. Further to that, 47% of survey respondents based in Singapore only get their performance reviewed once a year. For 15% of them, they were not even asked for feedback during their performance appraisals.
As we continue to get accustomed to the new normal created by Covid19, business leaders have also realised that investing in learning and development programs are becoming more important as well as challenging. According to the 2018 Training Industry Reportv, over $87.6 billion was spent on corporate training and development across the United States: $11 billion: spent on outside products and services (content like LinkedIn Learning, etc.)
Aon did a study that surveyed over 304 companies in the Asia Pacific region, ranging in size from small, medium-sized firms (under 500), to large corporations (more than 5,000) to identify HRs’ challenges during Covid19. 67% of HR leaders cite crisis management or business continuity planning as their top challenge during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Accelerate your recruitment with these Alt Recruit features I think you’ll agree with me when I say: It’s REALLY hard to do recruiting these days. When I first started recruitment in 2004, a job advertisement could easily yield 30 to 50 good applicants. Employers could take the pick of the cherry at our own pace.
Recruitment will get an upgrade in 2020. Our engineers are hard at work putting the finishing touch to new features we are adding to Alt Recruit – the Applicant Tracking System that will accelerate your recruitment cycle. Combined with the pre-existing features, the new Alt Recruit will be a massive game changer for employers in the war for talents.
You can hire the best talents and lose them due to lack of engagement. Engaging with your people is key to driving morale and productivity within any organisations. In this post, I will share with you the upcoming Zippi features that revolutionise the way companies drive engagements and collaborations. Let’s jump in.
One day, the CFO goes to the CEO and says, “What’s the point of paying so much to train our employees if they are going to work for another company anyway?”. In return, the CEO says, “What if we don’t train them and they stay?” Training is undeniably a crucial part of levelling up your employees in order to gain that competitive advantage over your competition.
Cholamandalam MS General Insurance Company Ltd (Chola MS) is an Indian insurance firm and a joint venture between the Murugappa Group, an Indian conglomerate, and the Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Group, a Japanese insurance company. The firm produces a range of insurance products, including accident, engineering, health, liability, marine, motor, property, travel and rural insurance for individuals and corporate insurance.