HR.com announces the launch of the first edition of its new, bi-monthly human capital management (HCM) online magazine, HCM Excellence Asia Pacific (APAC) & Middle East.
There are fifteen articles in the launch edition, each designed to inform and educate businesses on regulations and practices in these specific regions. The featured article, John R. Childress’ “A Critical Role For HR In The Middle East, Africa And Southeast Asia” outlines the core capabilities essential for the successful transformation of an economy and Human Resources’ (HR) role.
Other articles include Angela White’s “HR Priorities In The Middle East And Asia Pacific” which explains the crucial areas of focus required for HR with regards to digitization and social changes. Another article, “What Will Career 3.0 And Jobs 3.0 Be Like?” by Abhijit Bhaduri, will help HR leaders understand what skills employers will be looking for in the future. Amit Gautam’s “5 Reasons The Middle East & Asia Pacific Need LMS” points out how an innovative and state-of the-art learning management system can effectively address the many learning and development challenges facing organizations in the Middle Eastern and Asia Pacific regions.
“This will be the 13th magazine in the HR.com Excellence series of online publications. Created specifically for the Asia Pacific (APAC) and Middle East regions, this emagazine aims to inform and educate HR professionals about hot topics, best practices and labor laws to help them stay compliant and informed,” stated Debbie McGrath, Chief Instigator and CEO of HR.com.
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The first edition of the new themed publication is available online:
HCM Excellence (APAC & Middle East) May 2019
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