Safeguarding a company's proprietary information amidst employee exits
Businesses need to start by ensuring all employment contracts have comprehensive provisions setting out the employee's obligations, and the company's rights, shares Tess Lumsdaine, Partner in Baker McKenzie's Employment & Compensation Practice in Hong Kong.
How these 11 leaders enable a culture that speaks to all women who are looking to step up
It's not enough to treat people equally, but we must acknowledge and address barriers which prevent women from advancing in their lives and careers, as shared by Andrea Randall, Partner at RPC. Here's how these 11 leaders achieve this.
Case study: With a workforce 1,000+ strong, here's why SHAREit is no longer a "garage startup"
Amidst shake-ups in the tech industry, SHAREit continues to see hyper-growth, crediting this to its multicultural DNA with teams spread across the globe and working remotely towards a common vision.
Flexibility is key to striking a balance between equity & equality for these 11 leaders
Understanding both concepts is the first step in embracing them, one leader from Linesight Singapore shares. Let's hear from him and leaders from Omron, Yayasan Hasanah, TransUnion, and more.
4 key HR tech & people analytics learnings from Accelerate HR 2023
What does a hybrid world imply for skills management? What competencies & skills are needed to stay relevant in the next five years? These were some of the many questions explored.
HR OnScreen: Sehr Ahmed, Global CHRO, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf on living with wings while knowing your roots
This HR leader credits her 'global nomad' outlook for being able to develop cultural savviness to make connections. In this video interview, find out why she advises global leaders to "figure out where's home for you" when the time comes.
Inside Job: Emirates' First Officer, Yusri Abu Bakar on the long and fulfilling journey to becoming a pilot
Yusri Abu Bakar, First Officer, Emirates, hailing from Singapore and having served in the RSAF, tells us about life in the skies and on the ground, as well as the upskilling journey to becoming a pilot.
How embracing equity has impacted these 11 leaders' lives
"My grandfather was a politician in Taiwan. Growing up, I’ve had the privilege to observe the way he worked in a male-dominated political industry." That was why Sabrina Chiang decided to become a leader who breaks the bias in male-dominated industries.
10 leaders in Asia share their ways to improve equity for women in their sectors
It goes beyond raising awareness, and involves all-rounded support towards bigger career opportunities, as these leaders from Deliveroo Hong Kong, CBRE Hong Kong, ReCasa Living, and more tell us.
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