COVID-19 has become the accelerator for one of the biggest workplace transformations of our lifetime. Fundamentals have changed and the future is driven by smart technologies and leadership agility for organizational success. HR Tech Festival Asia Online 2020, organized by HRM Asia, is the platform to unite regional HR leaders and industry professionals across all sectors to rethink, reimagine and transform their navigation strategy to spur post recovery and cope with the new norm.
The dynamic three-day event expects 5000 C-suite and HR practitioners to convene online on 29 September – 1 October 2020 to learn from 70 thought leaders and explore the latest technology and solutions from international HR technology brands.
“Year 2020 is an exceptional year that herald in the new era of HR and the workplace. To show solidarity with the HR community, we have decided to offer complimentary access to our flagship event, HR Tech Festival Asia Online. Our event provides a conducive platform for business leaders and HR practitioners to engage in active discussions on building the workforce for the new norm.” says Joanna Bush, Managing Director of HRM Asia.
Navigate the new era of HR and the workplace through knowledge exchange
With 70 thought leaders sharing their HR strategy and prediction on the future of work in the new era of HR, the conference addresses the pertinent trends and best practices around 8 topics – Technology, Communication, Leadership, Employee Experience, Learning & Development, Recruitment, Wellbeing, and Diversity and Inclusion. Attendees can also expect to glean insights on the macro development within the region from the ASEAN Future of Work conference track, where the Singapore Ministry of Manpower and tripartite partners will share their vision to build a future-ready workforce.
“Readying our businesses and workforce for the future of work is a crucial step to realising ASEAN’s economic potential. The addition of a new conference track on the ASEAN Future of Work seeks to enhance Singapore’s contribution to ASEAN’s continued social dialogue and capability building to achieve inclusive and sustainable growth for our people,” said Mrs Josephine Teo, Minister for Manpower and Second Minister for Home Affairs.