Human Resources


About Human Resources magazine

About Human Resources

Human Resources has served the HR practitioner community in Singapore since 2004, Malaysia since 2011, and Hong Kong since 2015. Through its monthly magazines, daily email newsletters, website and suite of targeted events, Human Resources exists as Asia’s leading source of HR-related news to help senior HR professionals excel in their field. Credible, fiercely independent, and always first to bring HR news to the wider industry, Human Resources is circulated to 33,500 senior HR professionals (latest ABC audit report figure), making it the most-read publication in Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong.

Brand Attributes

  • Human Resources is needed. Senior HR professionals are making the transition from back office administrators to valued members of the strategic management team. Human Resources helps HR managers make this transition effectively.
  • Human Resources is relevant. All Human Resources content – delivered in print, digitally, or through live events – is the product of continuous qualitative and quantitative research into the information needs of senior HR practitioners in Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong. Human Resources products contain what HR decision makers want to read.
  • Human Resources is trusted. Senior HR managers do not have time to read magazines and websites they can not trust. This is why they choose to read Human Resources content and attend Human Resources events.

Human Resources daily HR Bulletin

The monthly print edition of Human Resources is supported by HR Bulletin, a daily email news service which is emailed every work day to more than 90,100 HR professionals in Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong.

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Our Team

Aditi Sharma Kalra

Aditi Sharma Kalra

Regional Editor, Human Resources magazine

Aditi Sharma Kalra leads all editorial content for Human Resources, in its print, online and social media forms.

She is responsible for leading thought-provoking and quality industry content for a growing senior-level HR readership, as well as strategically growing the brand’s presence and reach online, and through a growing number of industry events, conferences and awards shows.

Aditi joined Lighthouse Independent Media as a senior journalist in September 2014, having worked previously in Hay Group as part of the marketing team.

Before Hay Group, she worked with monthly HR magazine The Human Factor, published by New Delhi-based Planman Media, where she was part of the core team to transform the publication from an academic journal to the most widely-read HR magazine.

Jerene Ang

Jerene Ang

Deputy Editor, Human Resources Magazine

As a deputy editor in Human Resources, Jerene Ang takes a significant role in producing compelling print, digital and social media content for readers across Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.

She is responsible for reporting and analysing the most relevant HR trends in Asia, enjoys holding meaningful conversations with senior industry professionals, and is passionate towards exploring the various facets of the HR industry.

While completing her Diploma in Media and Communication at Singapore Polytechnic, Jerene joined Lighthouse Independent Media as an intern in October 2014. Immediately after her internship ended in February 2015, she was offered a full-time role to return to Human Resources as a journalist.

Priya Sunil

Priya Sunil

Journalist, Human Resources Magazine

Priya joined Human Resources Online as a Journalist in 2018, driven by her passion for writing and an avid interest in reporting the freshest news. In her role, she works across all content spheres, including the daily HR Bulletin and regional print magazines, and is an active contributor towards shaping conversations on social media. She is constantly on the lookout for interesting ideas around the future of the HR function, and loves having conversations on this with her team mates and industry practitioners.

She is a mass communication graduate from Curtin Singapore, and her most recent experience was as an account executive at PR agency, The Orange Press. She has freelanced with CareerBuilder previously, as well as served as a teaching assistant to the faculty at Lorna Whiston.

On weekends, you’ll find her spending time with her family, friends and her dog, or buried deep in a motivational read.

Robert Blain

Hong Kong Editor, Human Resources Magazine

Robert Blain heads up the Human Resources magazine Hong Kong editorial team and is responsible for its online, print and social media channels. He is dedicated to expanding the reach and relevance of the Human Resources brand and is intimately involved in its increasing presence in the regional HR realm through a growing number of custom industry events, conferences and awards shows.

Robert is a seasoned editor with a wealth of experience for a variety of trade publications, including for the medical and legal professions in Hong Kong, and for a prominent environmental organisation in Victoria, Australia.

Before his current role in human resources media, he was a business correspondent focusing on China and other countries in the Asia Pacific, covering in-depth topics as far ranging as the gig economy, online recruitment and medical tourism.

He is a British-born Australian and holds a Master of Arts degree from the University of Melbourne.