HR landscape is becoming more and more difficult nowadays. Hirers are fighting for the same limited pool of talents with limited resources. To help them solve key emerging problems, jobsDB held the first-ever Superhero HR day with the theme “Mastering the many HR hats” on 22 May, 2015 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Close to 400 HR professionals who are interested in learning practical HR solutions joined this fabulous event – together with our Guest of Honour Mr. Matthew Cheung Kin-chung, GBS, JP, Secretary for Labour and Welfare–exchange their valuable insights. There were also eight other amazing guest speakers from various industries sharing their views, including:
Mrs. Christine Cheung
Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Asia Pacific, AECOM
Ms. Bianca Wong
Human Resources and Corporate Communications Director, Jebsen Group
Ms. Connie Lam
Human Resources Director, CLP Power Hong Kong Limited
Ms. Deborah Kelly
Global Director of Talent, Shangri-La International Hotel Management Limited
Ms. Lena Tsang
CEO, Sir Hudson International
Ms. Susie Quirk
People and Change Advisory Lead, Hong Kong & China, Management Consulting, KPMG Advisory (China) Limited
Ms. Vivien Hau
Head of Talent Management, AXA China Region Insurance Company Limited, AXA General Insurance Hong Kong Limited
Mr. Wan Ezrin Sazli Wan Zahari
Group Head of Leadership & Talent Development, AirAsia
Tapping into a rich array of subjects, topics ranged from recruitment, HR leadership, employer brand building to employee retention. This was certainly a fruitful event to many hirers as they could acquire different practices from senior leaders and enjoy this golden opportunity to extend their network by meeting other peers in the industry. We have received much positive feedback from participants. This further drives our goal to continuously innovate, evolve and specifically help hirers meet various HR and business needs in the future.
For more detail, please refer to: event snapshot
Once again, thank you for joining us and look forward to seeing you all next year!
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