DAY 1 | TOTAL REWARDS ASIA SINGAPORE 2021

8.50am
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9.00am
Opening address

AditiAditi Sharma Kalra
Regional Editor
Human Resources Online

CHAMPIONING A NEW REWARDS FUTURE

9.15am
Setting up for success: Leading business transformation with a meaningful and future-focused total rewards design
  • Identifying rewards that employees value the most in a post-pandemic, digital era.
  • How have you integrated elements of pay, benefits, career development and wellbeing into your overall total rewards strategy?
  • How has the crisis redefined total rewards as a function and its purpose in powering organisational success?

Avaya-Balljeet-ChhabraBaljeet Chhabra
Asia Pacific Compensation and Benefits leader
Avaya, Singapore

10.05am
Rewards redefined: Moving towards skill-based incentives to improve bottom-line business
  • Reviewing the foundation of C&B structure from roles to a skills-driven outlook.
  • Reinventing performance appraisals to achieve short-term business outcomes and real-time feedback.
  • How can you align your job profiles and pay structure to support skill-based incentives?
10.35am
Morning screen break
11.05am
Designing a real-time total rewards dashboard to meet the needs of crisis management
  • Ensuring seamless collaboration across all levels in your organisation to improve decision making in times of crisis.
  • Becoming proficient in data analysis to drive the end-to-end compensation planning cycles.
  • Best practices of what a robust total rewards dashboard looks like and its measurement metrics.

ACCELERATING YOUR DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION WITH SMART BENEFITS

11.45am
Spotlighting sponsored health plans: Applying cost containment strategies without minimising benefits
  • Adding or expanding healthcare to include virtual or telehealth programmes.
  • Assessing the ROI of your current healthcare plans and identifying the gaps to save costs.
  • How can HR collaborate closer with vendors to offer new ways for employees to leverage their existing benefits?
12.25pm
Lunch break
1.25pm
Developing agile reward strategies for new workforce scenarios
  • Embracing variable pay or merit structures to reflect the need for business sustainability.
  • Designing reward opportunities built upon agile teams, communities and networks.
  • How do you redesign your current benefits to suit the needs of a dispersed workforce without compromising on its effectiveness?
2.15pm
Curbing rising cost pressures through a digitised rewards approach
  • HR’s role in shifting mindsets of employees to embrace digital rewards and recognition.
  • How can you continue to maintain low-cost human touch points for digitised rewards?
  • Leveraging effective communication tools to minimise cost and optimise the impact of rewards
2.55pm
Afternoon screen break

CREATING VALUE IN YOUR REWARDS PORTFOLIO

3.25pm
Driving employee engagement with a holistic rewards-driven talent management strategy
  • Importance of embracing progressive employee relations to boost trust and employee morale.
  • Personalised rewards that reflect global cultures and multi-cultural generations.
  • How can you leverage on your rewards and recognition initiatives to retain talent and skillsets
4.05pm
Panel Discussion: The compensation conundrum: Aligning personalised rewards and compensation to meet the needs of a multigenerational workforce
  • Can you really take a balanced approach to rewards when managing a diverse workforce demographic?
  • How can your compensation help to better support workforce development?
  • Tailoring your rewards and compensation to suit the needs of a millennial workforce. What works and what doesn’t work

Sanofi-Christian-Vo-PhuocPanellist: Christian Vo Phuoc
Head, Reward & Performance Asia
Sanofi

eBay-Sajjad-ParmarPanellist: Sajjad Parmar
Director, Regional Reward Partner
eBay 

Unilever-Anthony-LokaPanellist: Anthony Loka
Reward Director, South East Asia Australasia
Unilever

4.50pm
Closing address

AditiAditi Sharma Kalra
Regional Editor
Human Resources Online

5.00pm
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