HRM Magazine Asia February 2018 preview

We discuss the key stories from the February 2018 edition of HRM Magazine Asia in this first look.

In a the video below, HRM Magazine Asia journalists Kelvin Ong and Yamini Chinnuswamy offer a first look at the February, 2018 issue, available now at www.hrmasia.com.

Among the many highlights:

  • Cover story: Forecasting 2018. HRM Magazine Asia seeks out the key trends that will be impacting HR in the region over the new year ahead.
  • Leaders Talk HR: Featuring Junjie Zhou, Chief Commercial Officer of Shopee.
  • HR Insider: Featuring Gloria Ngooi and Lydia Song from Ikea's Southeast Asia regional office
  • HR Country Report: India's transitioning economy
  • And our 14-page exclusive Special Report on Talent and Recruitment Management

Check it all out online, right here

HRM Magazine Asia - February 2018

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Lush Australia may owe as much as $2 million to current and former employees
- 15 Aug 2018
The lapse was due to outdated payroll systems that were unable to keep up with business growth.
Jet Airways decides against pay cuts
- 08 Aug 2018
Following employee protests, and despite financial difficulties, the Indian carrier has decided not to slash employee salaries.
French worker wins right-to-disconnect battle
- 06 Aug 2018
His ex-employer was found to have breached his right to disconnect from work.
Millions of Australians now eligible for domestic violence leave
- 01 Aug 2018
The new entitlement follows a recent decision by Australia's Fair Work Commission.
Nike to raise salaries of 7,500 employees globally
Kelvin Ong - 24 Jul 2018
The salary increment follows a recent internal global pay review spurred by doubts about the company's HR practices.
Kiwi firm experiments with four-day working week
- 23 Jul 2018
Perpetual Guardian's six-week trial saw an overall improvement in workforce productivity.