At the 2022 edition of People Matters TechHR Singapore, our speaker line-up includes the best of the best. With Constellation Research’s Holger Mueller to Accendo’s Sharma Lachu scheduled to speak at the conference, be ready to have inspiration served to you in truckloads.
Tech innovation is enabling businesses to empower people and connect with them beyond geographies and acting as a key pillar for driving better business outcomes. Stay ahead of the curve with insights on the future of HR technology.
With three weeks to go, we are excited to welcome you all to Asia's largest HR & Work Tech conference, People Matters TechHR Singapore 2022. Here is why you shouldn't miss it!
“A lot is expected of the leaders. So, I think that like the rest of the workforce, even leaders don't have much ability to dictate their time and be able to enjoy different privileges with work life balance,” said Katie Ballantyne, VP product and customer experience of Cornerstone OnDemand.
Remove barriers of location and proximity bias to address inequalities of hiring and employment: Oyster CEO Tony Jamous
Top talent is increasingly gravitating toward the best-distributed companies as increased flexibility and greater autonomy will continue to rank for employees who are re-evaluating their career priorities. People want more than just money for their careers, they also want to find purpose, says global employment platform Oyster CEO and co-founder Tony Jamous.
Enterprises like Unilever, Schneider Electric, Seagate, Nestlé, Novartis, Standard Chartered Bank, and HSBC have already collaborated with Gloat to realise the measurable impact of workforce agility.
HR leaders are realising the need to invest in emerging technologies in their efforts to craft an impactful people strategy.
The combined company will be positioned to deliver a differentiated, expanded portfolio of learning, talent, and people growth solutions with broader vertical expertise, greater financial resources, and a shared vision for the future of work.