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

Employee Benefits Asia 2016 is tailored for HR leaders who need to stay abreast of compensation & benefits trends and be equipped with results-proven strategies that transform their human resources practices to help achieve business goals and strategies.

Since its launch in 2012, Employee Benefits Asia has grown to become Asia’s biggest conference for senior HR professionals looking to exchange ideas and learn about cutting edge C&B strategy from regional and global thought leaders.

    Hong Kong Session

Venue: The Mira, Hong Kong
Date and Time: August 9 – 10, 2016

    Singapore Session

Venue: Shangri-la Hotel, Singapore
Date and Time: August 2 – 3, 2016

    Malaysia Session

Venue: Connexion@Nexus, Malaysia
Date and Time: August 17 – 18, 2016

    Topics to be discussed include:

Inside Asia’s talent management; navigating foreign and local workforce considerations; developing talent for growth and innovation; HR’s growing importance as a strategic business partner; preparing a pipeline of tomorrow’s leaders; technology and talent management; the talent marketplace; assessing, hiring and developing the best; embracing diversity; and cultivating loyalty and employee engagement.

A number of first class speakers are arranged for the event, including:

– Theresa Chong, group human resources director, Amoy Food
– Vanessa Yen, head of HR Asia, institutional banking and markets, Commonwealth Bank
– Dawn Soo, chief wellness officer and head of Hong Kong office, CXA Group
– Gordon Bedford, global director environment, health & safety and corporate social responsibility, Mattel
– Sunny Fong, senior director, HR business partner and total compensation, Asia Pacific/ME/Africa, McDonald’s
– Liana Attard, AMEA consulting leader, employee health & benefits, Mercer
– Ceyda Kamhi Ozyel, director compensation & benefit, Asia, Phillip Morris International
– Grace Xu, human resources director, Hong Kong and Macau, Richemont
– Rizwan Masood Raja, head of human resources, Standard Chartered
– Deborah Mannas, group head of human resources, Wallem
– Elaine Chan, chief health officer, general insurance, Zurich Hong Kong