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  • 31 Mar 2022 01:23 | Sharon Michnay (Administrator)

    Hong Kong's leader, Carrie Lam, reportedly has admitted the brain drain in Hong Kong is real.  

    This brings us back to a recent webinar that Steve, Fred and Sean of our ATMA launch committee  participated in:  "Searching for the Next Asia Megahub"   

    Together with friend and colleague Voon Lee, the panelist discussed the fierce competition between Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo to be the next centre for business in Asia.

  • 31 Mar 2022 01:01 | Sharon Michnay (Administrator)

    Closed borders and talent wars are prompting companies to re-think some strategies. 

    Providing benefits to new hires and transfers within Asian countries is coming into greater focus.   Like everywhere, talent benefits and incentives need to meet the needs of the employee, be cost effective and help attract and retain talent. 

    Weichert Workforce Mobility in a recent blog titled "Examining Global Domestic Mobility in APAC Region" states:

    "The trends unfolding across the APAC region are consistent with what mobility professionals are seeing in other parts of the world, with mobility assertively taking the stage as a powerful tool in the war for talent."

    The authors also share some insights gained from recent roundtables held to explore the topic.    You can read the entire posting here

  • 30 Mar 2022 07:02 | Sharon Michnay (Administrator)

    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), a 10-nation organization has the motto:

    "One Vision.   One Identity.  One Community"

    In September of last year, the group of nations took the One Community pledge forward by adopting a framework to protect the environment.  

    The framework provides structure to existing ASEAN initiatives that explores opportunities to accelerate the region's transition to a low-carbon economy.

    TAn exciting step towards a greener and more sustainable Asia is truly welcome.  You can learn more and download a brochure from the ASEAN website:

  • 30 Mar 2022 06:54 | Sharon Michnay (Administrator)

    McKinsey & Company recently published a report titled, : Back to human" Why HR leaders want to focus on people again."

    The summary takeaways are that Human Resource leaders are moving away from HR process to a focus more directly on people.   

    In today's world of burnout and talent shortages, this seems natural, although reading through the article, the shift was well on its way pre-pandemic.  Like everything, the pandemic put change on a fast-track. 

    McKinsey Why HR Leaders want to focus on people again.pdf

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