What’s new for 2020?
With so many HR conferences offered out there, here is why Total Rewards Asia Summit will be a worthwhile experience for you.
We have optimised the ground research consolidated from both HR practitioners and solution providers to highlight the top concerns that have surfaced in recent times. All topics will capture the next step to future-proof total rewards in the ever-evolving HR landscape.
“Only 33% of respondents felt that their organisations were ready to address total rewards. Merely 11% believe that their rewards strategy was highly aligned with their organisational goals.” – The Global Human Capital Trends survey by Deloitte insights.
Delving into the key HR concerns in Malaysia, Total Rewards Asia Summit will deliver cutting-edge content focusing on:
Tackling total rewards with targeted topics on employees' life cycle
Delve beyond base-pay compensation and traditional benefits to include emerging best Total Rewards practices, including:
• Refining total rewards strategies for your young talent.
• Total rewards technology.
• Unlimited vacation leaves.
• Mental wellness…and more!
‘Tried and tested’ rapid fire case studies
Aside from thought leadership keynote sessions and panel discussions, engage in a new format we call ‘tried and tested’ where you can expect to:
- Skip the methodology and theory part and jump straight into the trial and error processes of total rewards initiatives.
- Hear from industry leaders who were directly involved in the execution and planning of the HR strategies.
- Adapt these lessons to improve processes in your own organisation.
Carefully crafted sessions to address different demographics
Learn how to best utilise the latest total rewards strategies to successfully attracted, hired and retained employees from all walks of life.
Prepare to discuss the following emerging total rewards practices that will give your organsiation an edge in employee retention and acquisition:
- Incorporating innovation into your flexible benefit scheme with the use of gamification.
- Pay equity.
- Designing a competitive bonus scheme.
- Utilising technology to optimise your total rewards strategy …and more!
Who should attend
Chief Human Resources Officer
Chief Corporate Solutions Officer
Corporate Human Capital Manager
Global Head of HR
Head of People and Organisation
Human Resources Director
Head of Reward
HR Specialist, Compensation & Benefits
Head of Organisational and Cultural Excellence
HR Business Partner
Organisational Development & Talent Management Lead
People, Performance & Culture Lead
Regional Head of HR & Business Administration
Regional Head of Environment, Health and Safety
Total Rewards Manager
Vice President, Head of Organisation...and more!
Benefits of attending
Be on top of your game
Discover the comprehensive and holistic landscapes of total rewards from like minded peers and be in-the-know on how to elevate your HR practices for 2020 and beyond.
Gain expert insights to your challenges
No matter your HR experience, there will always be new challenges that will require a different solution.
This is the opportunity for you to upgrade your skills and learn new angles of total rewards management from HR experts present at the event.
High impact networking opportunities
Asia’s most informative total rewards summit offers the most targeted platform to network with more than 120 C-level executives and senior HR leaders across the industry.
Need more good reasons to attend?
As seasoned HR professionals and talent in the workplace, we are all faced with these challenges when it comes to elevating the HR function in the organisation:
Making sense of benefits offerings
In the absence of a pay raise, providing top-notch benefits can be particularly complicated against escalating costs. In the war for talent, organisations struggle to find alternative solutions to energise, motivate and ensure the optimum wellbeing of their employees’ to increase productivity in the long term.
Adapting total rewards package to suit workforce demographics
The Baby Boomer generation is aging and leaving the workforce, while Generation Y is bringing in technology savviness with them. Furthermore, more women are joining the workforce alongside a rise in non-permanent employment. These changes mean that companies might struggle to competently adapt their benefits packages to suit employees at varying stages of their lives.
Developing a strategic approach to communicate benefits
Employee benefits have a profound impact on job satisfaction and morale. The failure to comprehend and fully utilise the organisation’s benefits plan might create an unnecessary strain on your HR department.
Strategic business alignment
Many HR teams are grappling with how to measure the effectiveness of their total rewards programmes, and how to derive actionable results that will ensure business profitability and sustainability.
Muhammad Vickneswaran Abdullah
Head of Human Resources
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
Roslinda Abu Bakar Kellsey
Head of Human Capital & Talent
The Center of Applied Data Science
General Manager (Compensation & Benefits)
Head Human Resources
Volkswagen Group Malaysia
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Head Rewards CoE
Mohamed Parrish Ersalle Bin Abdul Hameed
Chief Human Resource Officer
Bank Pertanian Malaysia (Agrobank)
Vice President, Human Resources
IDS Medical Services Group
Country HR Director
Zulkefli Abdul Rahman
General Manager, Remuneration and Performance Management
Regional HR Director
Lai Tak Ming
Executive Director Country Head, Human Resources
United Overseas Bank (Malaysia)
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2019 Global Human Capital Trends
The Futurist: Could we combine total rewards and physical workplace strategies?
Creating magic using rewards and recognition
Only 22% of staff in Singapore are satisfied with their health and wellness benefits
2018 Modernizing Total Rewards Survey Report:
How to meet the expectations of an evolving workforce
The HR checklist for a holistic employee wellbeing programme
Let us work together to minimise the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) by practicing responsible behaviours.
For your own health and safety, we advise you to wear your own mask during the event if you are feeling less than your usual self, have a low immunity or are pregnant.
If you are feeling on top of the world and would still like to wear a mask as a precautionary measure – please do!
Do avoid shaking hands and making physical contact. Remember to wash/sanitise your hands regularly.
Most importantly, let us not live in fear and panic. Instead, as a community of HR professionals, let us keep our businesses moving forward, for the benefit of clients, company and self. Stay resilient.
Our Care For You.
For the purpose of contact tracing (if the need arises), you are required to produce your name card for us to register your attendance.
All event attendees will go through a temperature screening. Anyone with a temperature of more than 37.5 degrees Celsius will not be allowed to participate in the event.
Hand sanitisers will be provided by the hotel venue (when available).
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