Leading an agile workforce for an adaptable organisation
The year 2020 is turning out to be a transitional year for many organisations and their employees, providing opportunities and challenges in equal measure.
As companies face decisions, employee expectations change and new solutions are being created by HR leaders on talent, transformations and showing resiliency, what are the opportunities and challenges lying in wait as 2021 emerges on the horizon?
During his session titled Navigating transitional waters into the new year ahead, John Antos, Vice President, Strategy & Marketing, ADP, will share studies from the ADP Research Institute on workforce expectations and resiliency.
He will also discuss practical insights from over 100 recent discussions ADP has had with Asia-Pacific HR leaders on how they are approaching payroll and HR challenges.
As the world of work continues to be reshaped by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more imperative for organisations to provide the right support for their employees.
For example, as organisations explore the possibilities of returning to the office, HR is in a unique position to ensure that their employees feel they are included in all the changes that the organisation is going through, said Andri Aminulloh, Customer Success Manager, Microsoft.
During his presentation titled Supporting your employees in a hybrid world, Aminulloh will examine questions such as how HR can make sure that the company culture lives on, and that employees feel supported as organisations pay attention to employees’ mental health.
CHRO Series Indonesia is taking place on 10 November 2020, and is part of CHRO Online Series 2020, which also includes CHRO Series Malaysia (24 November 2020) and CHRO Series Singapore (2 December 2020).
To register for CHRO Online Series 2002, which is sponsored and supported by ADP, Microsoft, Achievers and BPP, click here.