Thailand’s Private Sector Leads the Way, While Government Still Lags Behind Despite Minor Improvements
According to the National Statistical Office in Thailand, women made up almost half (46%) of the workforce in 2019. Although Thailand’s current progress towards workplace equality compares favourably to other parts of the world, an equitable distribution of leadership roles nevertheless remains an unmet goal. Grant Thornton’s Women in Business 2020 report reveals that Thailand […]
By Amanda Oldridge, Human Resources Director at Linfox International Group Finding the elusive top talent when trying to fill an open role can be challenging. However, I would like to address and challenge hiring managers, HR practitioners and especially recruiters that tell me that there is a talent shortage in Asia. It is my point of view […]
By Sebastien De Stoop, Executive Consultant & project manager at Lee Hecht Harrison Thailand As yours certainly, many companies are going through periods of inflection and transformation, and it often means that they are pausing and reflecting on what kind of leadership they need in their companies to drive digital transformation and to make sure they’re able to […]
What types of programs can companies invest in to help improve the skills of entry level employees upon joining the workforce?
By Ben Horgan, Senior Programme Manager at Language Express/Corporate Training Express According to the latest World Bank annual ratings, Thailand is ranked 26 among 190 economies in the ease of doing business. Thailand was also voted Number One in the ranking of the list of Best Countries to Start a Business for the second year in […]
By Ratna Wright, Director, Grant Thornton As artificial intelligence grows in capability, people in all industries have begun to look on with some measure of concern. What if I lose my job to a robot? Such ideas have been spoken about since the early days of assembly lines in automobile factories a century ago. Despite fears, […]