HR 2021: The Future of Work
The Future of Work is now. Working from home is the new norm.
COVID-19 has forced HR and business leaders to change the way they engage their employees. What are the new skills needed to build a positive employee engagement and employee experience? This webinar will get you to re-think how to engage and interact with a remote workforce.
Get practical tips from Mr Raymund Chua, CHRO, Consortium for Clinical Research and Innovation Singapore, and Mr James Day, MD, Excelitas Technologies Singapore, as they share strategies for a great employee experience, mental wellness, and productivity in a work-from-home culture.
- HR trends that shape the Future of Work in 2021.
- Top 5 HR leadership skills to engage a remote workforce.
- Best practices to build a sustainable employee engagement strategy.
About Our Speakers
Ms Annie Yap is the Executive Chairman and Founder of AYP Group. Skilled in management, organisation development and strategic HR.
Ms Annie has made a name for herself with multiple leadership roles over the years, before finally starting her own HR Technology and Services company based in Singapore, with a solid regional presence in Asia Pacific.
Mr Raymund Chua is the Chief Human Resources Officer of the Consortium for Clinical Research and Innovation Singapore. He is responsible for the design, development and execution of human resource strategies, specifically in the areas of talent development, change management and organisational development. Over his 30-year career, Mr Raymund has held numerous leadership positions across local and international companies, and is also a certified solutions-focused coach.
Mr James Day is the Managing Director of Excelitas Technologies Singapore, a US-owned precision optics facility of approximately 700 employees in Boon Lay, designing and manufacturing optics for the Healthcare, Semiconductor, Defence and Aerospace industries. Prior to that, James was the VP of Asia Operations for Lumileds. Before that, he had a long career in the Semiconductors industry, initially in the Scotland, UK, then in the US. Since 2010, he has been based in Singapore with his wife, Laurie, and two Singapore special dogs.