Winning Secrets: How Majorel Malaysia achieved a below-market attrition rate, while increasing employee satisfaction
Through its efforts, in under five years, the HR team has seen more than 24 employees stepping forward to volunteer as the company’s Feel-Good Ambassadors, Wendy Khek, HR Manager, Majorel Malaysia, tells HRO.
Winning Secrets: Check Point's strategy for a high-performing workforce
The focus is on ensuring employees take pride in what they do, perform at their best, and trust and enjoy the people they work with, Cindy Chua, Head of HR APAC, Check Point Software Technologies, shares.
Winning Secrets: How RHB Singapore empowers staff with a sense of ownership over its internal initiatives
One thing leaders have learnt is that internal employee engagement is imperative for better collaboration and a strong sense of loyalty and commitment to the firm, Jenson Tng, Head of Human Resources, RHB Singapore, reflects.
Case study: How Metropolis Security Systems kept attrition rates low in challenging times
Through a focus on upskilling and mentorship, the firm saw a four-fold decrease in monthly staff attrition rate in 2021, Daniel Chew, General Manager, Metropolis Security Systems, shares.
Winning Secrets: Prudential Assurance Malaysia celebrates employees as the real heroes behind its success
Karen Ow, CHRO, PAMB, advocates flexible ways of working, sharing of ideas and views, as well as open conversations across all levels of people.
Winning Secrets: Reimagining recruitment, employee lifecycle management, and engagement at TDCX Philippines
The group's strategy is to understand the changing market and candidate behaviours to implement alternative solutions, shares Vanessa Maningas, Vice President – People Department, TDCX Philippines.
Winning Secrets: Change Et Al's workforce is built on the foundation of adaptability
This thus enables the team to employ speed and flexibility in its processes as needed, Karunesh Prasad, Founder CEO, Change Et Al, shares.
Konsei culture at Hitachi Asia: Leveraging the power of human connection and empowering marginalised groups
Tang Chay Wee, Chief Operating Officer, Hitachi Asia, shares why it is important for him and his team to create an inclusive space where employees embrace each other’s differences.
Winning Secrets: The one simple rule that never changes at MCC Singapore
Employees always come first no matter what, Paulene Chong, Head of Human Resources, MCC Singapore, tells us – even in a changing world with evolving company and employee needs.
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