Nurhuda Syed

Nurhuda Syed

Nurhuda Syed is the News Editor of HRD Asia. She fell into a business reporting role straight out of university in 2013 and now finds it a matchless field in the media world. She covered recruitment-based stories for two years prior to joining Key Media, where she doubled up as the editor of HRD Asia and The Educator Asia.

Currently, she’s passionate about discussing topics like the future of work, diversity and inclusion, and leadership. Besides interviewing C-suites, writing news and feature stories on the regular, she’s depended upon to execute client campaigns, conduct video interviews, moderate webinars and provide on-site coverage for major industry events.

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Employee fired after taking leave to care for terminally ill father

Employee fired after taking leave to care for terminally ill father

He missed his father’s death after his manager held him back at work

NTUC to support ‘vulnerable’ mature workers amid crisis

NTUC to support ‘vulnerable’ mature workers amid crisis

Singapore’s labour union is ramping up efforts to help employees survive disruption

HSBC CFO weighs in on benefits of remote working

HSBC CFO weighs in on benefits of remote working

The bank is evaluating how to move to a hybrid way of working

Five tips for conducting a remote interview

Five tips for conducting a remote interview

HRD sat down with Katie Birch, director of sales at Indeed Singapore, who gave some seasoned hiring advice

Deloitte chief talent officer: Why you need an anti-violence policy

Deloitte chief talent officer: Why you need an anti-violence policy

Company policies are a clear message to staff

There’s been a 42% rise in workplace harassment complaints

There’s been a 42% rise in workplace harassment complaints

Most were related to unfair hiring, ageism and sexism

Mercer appoints new chief people officer

Mercer appoints new chief people officer

His most recent role at the company was CEO of Mercer Germany

HR director arrested for ‘illegal’ hiring

HR director arrested for ‘illegal’ hiring

They reportedly hired an executive despite a ‘clear violation’ of the company’s HR rules

Cathay Pacific to slash 6,000 jobs amid crisis

Cathay Pacific to slash 6,000 jobs amid crisis

Hong Kong's national carrier is also axing one of their subsidiary airline brands

Are Asian leaders ‘not good enough’ for global roles?

Are Asian leaders ‘not good enough’ for global roles?

There are prevailing myths that leaders here lack the necessary skills – HRD finds out