Singapore, Singapore, December 07, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Human Resources Director Asia magazines has just released its second annual Rising Stars report, highlighting 13 of the most outstanding individuals who are shaping the future of the industry with their talent and expertise.
After the success of the Rising Stars report in 2016, this year’s response has been just as enthusiastic with HRD Asia receiving a new record of nominations. This year’s selection hail from a wide range of industries—from rapidly-growing start-ups to multinational giants, and each has worked on impressive projects and has added to the standing of the HR profession, despite having less than 10 years of experience in the field.
“There’s plenty of research out there suggesting that younger workers simply have no desire to take on management roles,” said Iain Hopkins, HRD editor. However, the professionals on this list acquire the skills and knowledge that positions them as future leaders.”
For the full report, see issue 3.04 of Human Resources Director Asia, out now or view the list online at http://www.hrdmag.com.sg/rankings/rising-stars-2017/
Human Resources Director Asia is the only magazine written for and targeted purely at the most senior HR professionals (CHRO’s and HR Directors) and top corporate decision-makers in Asia. HRD is an industry-standard magazine that supports both the business and best-practice functional requirements placed on HRDs in their evolving roles.