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Talent Acquisition Trend Conference 2017

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Starting in 2012, this annual event has been engaging talent acquisition practitioners together to learn about the latest trend as well as exchange views about their latest best practices.

This event will cover key areas in Talent Acquisition including e-recruitment, HR big data, AI for HR, candidate experience, HR technology for talent sourcing, employer branding, as well as privacy requirements and best practices in global background screening.

This event will take the approach to not only learn from the keynote speakers but also facilitate discussions among practitioners to share best practices from the floor.


 

Venue: Admiralty/Central Area (TBA)
Date: December 6th, 2017
Time: 2:10pm to 5:30pm

Targeted Audience:
Talent Acquisition or HR Director/Manager
Participant #:
150
Organizer:
Business Exchange Club – Event Organizer
Senior HR Forum – Media Supporting Organizer
Supporting Organizations:
Lumesse, eeVoices
Price:
Complimentary Invitation Only for in-house Talent Acquisition and HR Practitioners
Registration:
Please send an email to leolaw@SeniorHRForum.com with your full name, position title, company name, email address and direct phone number. Senior HR Forum will pass on your registration request to the event organiser, Business Exchange Club. They will get back to you for seat confirmation only if the registration is accepted.
*Please do note that Business Exchange Club may reserve or reject any registration based on the seat availability and other reasons. You will receive a confirmation email from them within 72 hours upon successful seat reservation.


 

Session I: E-Recruitment Trend and Candidate Experience
– Latest Recruitment Trend
– Applicant Tracking System Best Practice
– Candidate Experience

Presented by: Lumesse


 

Session II: Talent Technology Trend – Topic Discussion
Participants will be divided into groups to discuss one of the following TA hot topics. The concluded findings will then be shared to all for in-depth discussion:

Group I: AI and big data application for talent acquisition – Current and future application
Group II: Impact to the workforce with AI
Group III: Social media hiring – application and trend
Group IV: E-Recruitment technology best practice


 

Session III: Pre-Employment Background Check
– Latest Background Check Trend
– Global and Local Compliance and Privacy Ordinates Requirements
– Country specific screening know-how and specifications

Presented by: eeVoices


 

Session IV: Recruitment Trend – Topic Discussion
Participants will be divided into groups to discuss one of the following TA hot topics. The concluded findings will then be shared to all for in-depth discussion:

Group I: Employer branding best practice
Group II: Effectiveness of traditional and new hiring methods (e.g., executive search, job board and social media)
Group III: Recruitment platform in different countries
Group IV: Onboarding best practice


Training & Development Asia 2016

Senior HR Forum is pleased to support as a media partner for Training & Development Asia organized by Human Resources Magazine. For more details, you may directly refer to the Training & Development Asia official website.

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Training & Development Asia 2016 offers a platform for senior HR leaders to discuss the latest trends and challenges surrounding the subject matter. Training & Development Asia organized by Human Resources Magazine goes beyond training methods and focuses on how companies have increased revenue, lowered costs and raised profitability through smart L&D strategies.

Training & Development Asia 2016 if you are eager to:

  • Discover how other companies have increased revenue, lowered costs and raised profitability through smart L&D strategy;
  • Improve the value your company gets from your training and corporate learning programmes;
  • Learn from the experiences of 200 other HR leaders and senior L&D specialists.

 

Dates and Time:

Hong Kong Session – 14 June 2016, The Mira, Hong Kong
Singapore Session – 22 – 23 June 2016, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel
Malaysia Session – 01-02 June 2016, PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Some Confirmed Speakers for Training & Development Asia 2016 include:

  • Angelo Pinto, Regional Head of Learning & Development & Head APAC Campus, BNP Paribas Singapore
  • Sormishtha Ghosal, Head of L&D and Organisational Effectiveness, Cargill
  • Harpreet Singh, Human Resources Director, Asia Pacific, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group
  • Sara Roberts, MD APAC & Head of Talent & Recruiting, Citibank
  • Ilja Rijnen, Regional HR Director, APAC & India, Edrington
  • Phillip Raskin, Learning & Development Director Asia, Golin
  • Abhilasha Krishnan, Head of HRJTI
  • Rajan Krishnakumar, Head of Talent APAC, Mastercard
  • Bernard Ho, Head of Talent Development & Learning Asia, The Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ
  • Rupali Gupta, Head of Talent Development, APAC, LATAM and MEA, Mundipharma
  • Michael Wulff Pedersen, Head of Human Resources APAC, Sandoz

As Senior HR Forum is one of the media partners for the event, Senior HR Forum Subscribers get to enjoy 10% off delegate pass’s prices by booking your delegate ticket today!

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Enhance Talent Engagement – Treating Employees Like Customers!

Learn what firms are doing to enrich their employee experiences, increase engagement and treat them as they do their valued customers and clients.

Event Information

Date: May 23, 2014
Time: 2:30 – 5:30 pm
Venue: 5/F, Core F, Building 3, 100 Cyberport Road
Price: Complimentary Invitation Only
Transit to Cyberport: Http://www.cyberport.hk/en/offices/tenancy_getting_here

 

Speaker and Topic Information

The Case for Enhanced Engagement and Treating Employees Like Customers!

greg.jpgGreg Basham, BA, MBA – Chief Executive Officer, eeVoices limited

HR and business leaders know that their greatest success comes when they are working strategically and where their organization has highly engaged talent delivering on the promise of their brand. The paradox for business today is that things are changing so rapidly and delivering sustained sales and revenue growth by focusing on the customer only goes so far. Surveys show that leaders know what needs to be done but they are challenged to find time and resources.

Greg Basham is a founder and CEO of eeVoices Limited – a provider of preemployment screening and reference check services, exit interviews and employee engagement services. His prior career included an executive roles as Vice President & Officer with one of Canada’s largest P&C insurers as well as leading a restructuring of the police and community services for the Vancouver Police and a city’s first Municipal Social Planner.

Get into the Act – Theatre-based Communications Training

dave.jpegDave Andrews, Founder and Managing Director, Chunky Onion Productions Limited

The moment we enter the workplace we all step onto a stage. Whether doing a sales presentation, conducting a staff evaluation or asking the boss for a raise – It’s “Showtime”. Perhaps communications training should embrace this reality. If your company is looking for a highly-experiential, interactive and effective training delivery technique, Theatre-based Communications Training could be the answer.

Find out how professionally trained actors as communications workshop leaders can help you deliver impactful training.

David Andrews is founder and managing director of Chunky Onion Productions Limited, a Hong Kong based theatre company engaged in staging theatre performances, providing corporate entertainment and event management services and leading theatre-based communications training workshops.

Cultivating an Appreciative Culture for Organizations – Why and How?

danny.jpgDanny Chan, Chief Praise Maker | Praisage

It was while studying in Australia and supporting himself through part time work in customer service positions that Danny came to experience and realise the physical and psychological challenges of working on the front-line of business, as well as the power of both complaints and appreciation.

After returning to Hong Kong in 2001, Danny was engaged in a variety of roles across diverse industries ranging from tourism to branding, and from people development to public relations. But at the heart of his work lays a deep and sincere commitment to serve and support people.

It was at the age of 32 that Danny made a profound and remarkable decision that would radically alter the direction of his life. In response to what he experienced as an emerging corporate culture dominated by complaint driven reactions, he committed himself to developing a platform through which he could champion and promote a somewhat contradictory culture of praise and appreciation, and lead a transformation in organisational behaviour.

A practical approach to work-life balance solution for Hong Kong’s workforce – without using valuable internal resources

sam.jpegSam Lau, Managing Director, Total Loyalty Company

Sam Lau was the originator of “staff club outsourcing” in Australia 1n 1995 and now heads up the team in Hong Kong, delivering solutions that work specifically for the HK workplace. Clients who have implemented the Total Loyalty Company’s innovative approach include American Express, CBRE, National Australia Bank, Pepsico, Sony Pictures, and many others. He will take us through a few case studies on how such solution is not just a “nice to have” service but a key part of the HR team for their clients.

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