Categories
Future of HR

Four Emerging HR Tech Startups in Asia

Technology has been the driving force behind disruptive innovation in so many areas of industry. New terms have been coined to describe such innovations, such as MedTech,  EduTech, FinTech and AdTech, and the list continues to grow. One “newcomer” is HRTech or human resources technology. Almost all businesses require human capital to operate (except perhaps […]

Categories
Entrepreneurship Future of HR

Facilitating Greater Community Within Organizations

Tom is the Co-Founder and CEO of a startup that aims to create happier workplaces. Formerly a professional in the tech industry with a passion for the Internet landscape. He combines business education and solid analytical skills with technical knowledge and a flair for entrepreneurship. Having worked and/or studied in eight different countries he understands […]

Categories
Entrepreneurship Future of HR

Disruptive Singapore HR Tech Startups That You Need To Know

Recently I have been speaking at events about HR tech in Singapore. From ASME Business Symposium to Smart Workforce Summit and very soon, at SHRI Congress 2016. HR Tech seems to be (finally) gaining traction and interest within the target community. There are even opportunities for the HR Tech Startups to exhibit at a couple of these […]

Categories
Future of HR

Singapore-based job app seeks to fill the gap that LinkedIn has overlooked

LinkedIn has long been a great tool that has helped connect professionals with one another. While it’s been proven to be a successful medium for employers to find staff directly, the fact remains that the online platform has mostly catered to white collar professionals. A simple search on LinkedIn –using keywords like “waiter,” “retail assistant,” […]

Categories
Future of HR

SMS 24/7 Review: SMS Recruitment Solution

Singaporeans don’t want to take up these jobs! You have probably heard someone lament this, and even MOM’s statistics seem to back this claim as up to 75% of positions that are difficult to fill by Singaporeans belong to blue collar or non-office positions. But, with a population nearing 6 million and individual companies looking […]