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ICYMI: Top 10 HR articles of 2019

It's the most wonderful time of the year - also a time for us to look back at the past 12 months, and reflect on all the interviews we've done with HR leaders from across industries. We've had so many interesting, enlightening and thought-provoking conversations that we've proudly presented here.

In this special bulletin, we present to you our top 10 HR long-reads across Southeast Asia for 2019. These are the most-read articles that were exclusive to our print magazine that our readers really enjoyed.

Grab a bite of your toast and your choice of perk-me-up, and enjoy the reading!

Note: Click on each image or the links to read more on each story. 

1. The most in-demand skills of the future – and how to teach them


With an increased focus on upskilling in recent years, Jerene Ang speaks to HR leaders from across Asia to analyse how they are teaching the competencies in the highest demand and, in the process, overcoming various learning challenges.

Companies featured: Digi Telecommunications, HSBC Singapore, Mah Sing Group, MKH, RHB Banking Group, The Continent Hotel, Bangkok, by Compass Hospitality, and VFS Global

[Read the full story here]

2. Goodbye, work-life balance; Hello, work-life harmony


While Essilor International has trained its internal HR team through consulting for an external project, Starbucks Singapore is making six-month sabbaticals the norm. Aditi Sharma Kalra tells the stories of how these organisations take a refreshing approach towards L&D.

[Read the full story here]

If you're keen to know what topics we'll be covering in 2020 to see how you can contribute your views, do reach out to us at aditis@humanresourcesonline.net, jerenea@humanresourcesonline.net, and priyas@humanresourcesonline.net.

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