Human Resources Online is a media & events brand that is passionate about the progression of HR, through our platforms ranging from print & digital content to events, for Asia’s HR practitioners and solution providers. It was established in 2004, and has since expanded throughout Asia which includes Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines.

Through its magazines, daily e-newsletters, website and suite of targeted events, Human Resources Online is Asia’s leading HR platform for CHROs and decision makers who are passionate about affecting positive change in their organisation.

Credible, timely, trusted, and always first to bring HR developments to the wider industry, Human Resources Online is circulated to 25,665 senior HR professionals in print (2017, audited) and read by approximately 300,000 users per month (2019), making it the most-respected HR publication in the region.

This is complemented by a portfolio of events, that includes two-day conferences, one-day interactives, award shows, masterclasses, online learning, and bespoke event partnerships.

What makes us unique?

  • Human Resources Online is necessary. Having earned their seat at the table years ago, HR leaders are now adding strategic value to business goals by leading large-scale change projects, digital transformation, and innovating the employee experience. Human Resources Online equips CHROs with a platform that identifies and shares best practices in engaging, attracting and retaining the best talent for their organisations.
  • Human Resources Online is relevant. All content delivered – be it in print, digitally, or through live or virtual events – is the product of continuous qualitative and quantitative research into the information needs of senior HR practitioners in Asia. Human Resources Online’s products focus solely on what HR decision makers want to learn by constantly creating interventions that add value to their personal growth.
  • Human Resources Online is trusted. HR heads do not have time to read magazines and attend events websites they can not trust. This is why they choose Human Resources Online as their go-to source for creative new ideas, productive conversations, and relevant platforms to succeed in their roles.

Human Resources Online daily HR Bulletin

The print edition of Human Resources Online is supported by the HR Bulletin, a daily e-news service which is emailed on work days to more than 90,100 HR professionals in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Indonesia and Thailand.

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Our Team

aditi web profileAditi Sharma Kalra
Editor-in-Chief, Human Resources Online

Aditi Sharma Kalra leads all editorial content for Human Resources Online, in its print, online and social media forms.

She is responsible for leading thought-provoking and quality industry content for a growing senior-level HR readership, as well as strategically growing the brand’s presence and reach online, and through a growing number of industry events, conferences and awards shows.

Aditi joined Lighthouse Independent Media as a senior journalist in September 2014, having worked previously in Hay Group as part of the marketing team.

Before Hay Group, she worked with monthly HR magazine The Human Factor, published by New Delhi-based Planman Media, where she was part of the core team to transform the publication from an academic journal to the most widely-read HR magazine.


priya profilePriya Sunil
Journalist, Human Resources Online

Priya joined Human Resources Online as a Journalist in 2018, driven by her passion for writing and an avid interest in reporting the freshest news. In her role, she works across all content spheres, including the daily HR Bulletin and regional print magazines, and is an active contributor towards shaping conversations on social media. She is constantly on the lookout for interesting ideas around the future of the HR function, and loves having conversations on this with her team mates and industry practitioners.

She is a mass communication graduate from Curtin Singapore, and her most recent experience was as an account executive at PR agency, The Orange Press. She has freelanced with CareerBuilder previously, as well as served as a teaching assistant to the faculty at Lorna Whiston.

On weekends, you’ll find her spending time with her family, friends and her dog, or buried deep in a motivational read.