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Ron Arban, Operations Manager, RMI  Ron Arban has held the role of Operations Manager at RMI for the past six years, applying his experience in the background screening industry to grow the team and achieve more through partnerships with companies across a range of industries. Ron has shared his experience of challenges and...

With economies around the world gradually easing restrictions and workplaces showing signs of resuming operations, HR leaders will play a big role in setting their organisation’s return-to-workplace strategy. The role of the HR leader is to advocate employee’s health and safety. This is not just about safeguarding...

Leading engaged and productive teams while WFH  As the coronavirus rages on and most countries enter their third month of social distancing, working from home – that once luxurious break from the daily commute – has now become the norm. While remote work was already relatively common in many...

The coronavirus pandemic continues to have far and wide-reaching impacts across the world. Every person and business have been affected in some way. Companies, governments and organisations are all changing practices to help reduce the risk of infection and minimise the economic fallout. Along with working from home (WFH),...

Work 3.0 is already here, and it’s driven by HR. Today’s HR professionals are leading people-focused digital transformation towards the Future of Work. Their role has changed dramatically in recent years, with technology empowering HR to help organisations better understand people and activate their talent...

In the fast-paced world of digital transformation, it’s easy to be apprehensive about technology and the role it will play in an uncertain future. However, as we look to 2020 and beyond, the prevailing sentiment is that technology will play a supporting role behind the scenes rather than taking centre stage. As the...

Globalisation and outsourcing have led many organisations all over the world to expand their business operations beyond their home market, open offices in offshore locations and hire more foreign employees.   In an international hub like Singapore for example, there are currently 1.3 million foreign workers. This...

Staying on top of regulation and compliance is a considerable challenge for those in the business of managing human capital. This is particularly the case in Asian business hubs like Singapore, where international firms face the ongoing challenge of keeping up with home country regulations, while also needing to comply with local employment laws. Similarly, many small-to-medium sized companies operating in places like Singapore often lack the in-house...

Get technology right in the first place, or pay the price Choosing the wrong HR Technology can cost your business significant time, money and anguish, so it’s essential that you make the right decision from the beginning. Few departments juggle as many duties or manage as much information as Human Resources. The right technology automates transactional tasks and frees...

Work 3.0 is upon us. With technology like artificial intelligence (AI) already transforming the way we work offering untapped potential to work smarter, organisations who maximise these opportunities will carve out a stronger competitive advantage, while others will get left behind. However, embracing the opportunities posed...

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