Nurhuda Syed

Nurhuda Syed

Nurhuda Syed is a news editor at HRD Asia.

Mental wellness: why C-suite should lead the discussion

Mental wellness: why C-suite should lead the discussion

If leaders talked about it, staff will start opening up as well

Worker sues after being fired while on sick leave following miscarriage

Worker sues after being fired while on sick leave following miscarriage

The private bank in Hong Kong has been accused of ‘shocking apathy’

9 in 10 CHROs fail to build future-ready workforce

9 in 10 CHROs fail to build future-ready workforce

Singapore firms neglect to assess candidates for this crucial quality despite tech transformation efforts

Employers fail to offer impactful benefits

Employers fail to offer impactful benefits

Most remain clueless about what Hong Kong employees value and offer 'outdated' programs

How to overcome challenges of HR tech project

How to overcome challenges of HR tech project

HRD gets tips on handling the headache of implementing large-scale transformation initiatives

Should hiring quotas be set for persons with disabilities?

Should hiring quotas be set for persons with disabilities?

A Singapore minister disagrees, says it could lead to tokenism

Staff allegedly kills boss after getting sacked

Staff allegedly kills boss after getting sacked

The Singapore-based employee had turned violent after being called out for his poor work ethic

How can leaders attain the 'holy grail' of HR?

How can leaders attain the 'holy grail' of HR?

HRD chats with a leader at Baker McKenzie to find out how to become a strategic partner to the business

Only 9% of Singapore firms have a female CEO

Only 9% of Singapore firms have a female CEO

Study shows that more women are getting a seat at the table — but a long way off from the head

This is why Singapore firms fail to transform

This is why Singapore firms fail to transform

Tech transformation initiatives are falling short of expectations due to a neglect of this crucial element, Telstra says