Thursday 13th June 2019
Opening remarks from the chair
Building a future-ready workforce for digital transformation
One of the biggest challenges in HR today is keeping up with the skills required for digital transformation. How can you prepare employees to adapt to the digital age?
Lelia Konyn, Head of HR and Corporate Affairs, Shun Shing Group
|9:40am||Session details TBC|
|10:10am||Morning tea & refreshment break|
How to effectively use artificial intelligence for recruitment
Artificial intelligence (AI) has created a more efficient recruitment process, allowing HR leaders to streamline and automate workflows and tap into diverse talent. This session will outline how to:
Raffat Raza, Director & HR Business Partner, Asia, Metlife
|11:20am||Session details TBC|
Integrating data analytics into workforce planning
Insights gained through employee data can highlight important trends. How can data-driven decisions help optimise talent strategies and prepare for the future of work?
Winnie Lai, Group HR Director, Yat Fai Group
PANEL: Consumerisation of the workplace – what does this mean for the employer?
Organisations are increasingly expected to deliver a customer-centric employee experience that is seamless, digital and personalised. How can HR leaders evolve their processes and strategies to provide a competitive and rewarding experience throughout the employee lifecycle? This session will address:
|2:20pm||Session details TBC|
|2:50pm||Afternoon tea & refreshment break|
Bridging the gap: Knowledge and skills transfer in a multigenerational workforce
With the age gap between employees increasing, HR professionals are having to adapt to manage the most age-diverse workforce in history. How can companies develop successful intergenerational skills and knowledge management strategies to ensure teams thrive under constant disruptions?
Trevor Blackman, Vice President, Global Reward & Mobility, DFS
Creating the right mindset for organisational change
The future of work is disrupting existing structures, roles, and technology. How can HR professionals help optimise organizational change?