4 September 2020 — Head of consulting Joy Koh was featured in this article published by Human Resources Executive.
The pandemic will have a lasting impact on HR technology, experts said.
The dramatic shift in priorities facing the global HR community this year—a worldwide health crisis that has upended the traditional world of work, along with fervent calls for action on diversity and inclusion—took center stage at the 2020 Human Resources Technology China Conference. Current events were undeniable, as the conference—originally scheduled for May—was held in September in Shanghai, with some of the presentations delivered virtually.
Dozens of speakers from around the globe explored the HR areas that have undergone the most change in 2020 and those that will continue to evolve in the coming months and years, regardless of geographic location: employee engagement, the war for skills, emerging technologies and bias in the workplace, among them...
New research shows that hiring is harder than ever: Time to hire increasing significantly for almost all roles
AMS and The Josh Bersin Company report on continuing turbulence for global talent hiring.
AMS wins “Best Recruitment Process Outsourcing Provider (Foreign/Joint Venture)” in HRflag Awards 2023
AMS recognised by China's leading HR management think tank.
AMS launches Responsible AI offer in anticipation of greater regulation in AI talent technology
The global talent solutions business announces exclusive partnership with the AI governance, risk and compliance platform, Holistic AI and a new solution to the market.
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