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 especially 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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Why the pandemic will forever change D&I

Why the pandemic will forever change D&I

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Top leadership priorities for 2021 revealed

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Is flexible working overrated?

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What's holding staff back from vaccines?

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How to help staff feel connected to the company

More and more teams are feeling detached

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Is your hiring approach all wrong?

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Why Gen Z will change the way we work

'Snowflake' employees are just what leaders need right now

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How to avoid 'death by webinar'

You need to do more to help manage screen fatigue

Does COVID signal the end of business travel?

Does COVID signal the end of business travel?

We've adapted to a virtual way of working

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The United Nations celebrated World Youth Skills Day