Author Archives : Chee Tung

HR Trends

Four Key HR Trends To Watch In 2018


You may have already noticed it. Subtle changes in your office space allowing you to concentrate more. Your boss being that little bit more concerned about your professional growth. Maybe it’s also gotten just that bit easier to get your application for time off approved. 2017 has seen people analytics arrive “with a vengeance”: this year, 69% of companies studied have been actively…

Three Leadership Roles That Technology Can’t Replace


[This post was originally published in Forbes on 9 Jun 2017] There is a “neomania” — or a fascination with the new — gripping our world. While self-driving cars roam our streets right here in Singapore, ominous headlines warn about the looming obsolescence of labour and management. In a world where stores know that you are pregnant without asking, an algorithm…

2017 Ultimate Guide to Employee Engagement

2017 Ultimate Guide to Employee Engagement


Do you know that actively disengaged employees cost the U.S. between US$450 billion to US$550 billion each year in lost productivity? According to a Gallup report, they are more likely to steal from their companies, negatively influence their coworkers, miss workdays, and drive customers away. It all comes down to the lack of employee engagement.  Organisations with an average of…

Grab These 5 HR Opportunities in 2017


This article was first published in Forbes on 12 Dec 2016, and has been adapted for this blog. You can view the original here.  Change is afoot in the Asian workplace. Change with seismic impact. I attended seven different human resources (HR) related events last November as a speaker, panelist, event partner, and delegate. Overall, there was some apprehension for economic headwinds coming…