About Us • SHRI
Established in 1965, Singapore Human Resources Institute is a leading, non-profit, professional HR body.
VISION & MISSION
To be the leading HR authority in Singapore, championing human capital excellence.
In 2015, SHRI celebrated a momentous occasion: 50 years of championing human capital excellence. For five decades, SHRI’s brand has been synonymous with advancing and professionalising the HR profession, standards and practices.
Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI) was registered on 24 November 1965.
SHRI comprises different core products and services; SHRI Academy, SHRI Corporate Learning & Consultancy Hub, SHRI Capability Development Centre and The Singapore Professionals’ & Executives’ Co-operative SPEC). These services aim to promote continuous learning, upgrading and professional development.
In 1993, the Institute’s name was changed to Singapore Institute of Human Resource Management (SIHRM). A year later, members of the Industrial Relations Society (Singapore) were absorbed into SIHRM and in 1998, the Institute’s name took on its present form.
The Products and Shared Services that SHRI Offers.
SHRI comprises different core products and services: SHRI Academy, SHRI Corporate Learning & Consultancy Hub, SHRI Capability Development Centre and The Singapore Professionals’ & Executives’ Co-operative (SPEC). These services aim to promote continuous learning, upgrading and professional development.
Committed to promulgating and maintaining high standards of professionalism in human resource management and development, SHRI drives the HR agenda. We link and connect HR professionals and practitioners locally and overseas through our signature events and membership activities. We provide a comprehensive suite of events, conferences, seminars, dialogues and sharing sessions that serve as a springboard for corporations and individuals to find their own breakthroughs and transformations from discussions, exchanges, learning and networking.
With a wide-ranging educational curriculum and adult training courses, we advocate a culture of continual life-long learning and skill-upgrading to enhance and enable knowledge acquisition and skills development at both corporate and individual levels. Our academic programmes and workshops are customised to cater to the dynamic learning needs of the current workforce. SHRI aims to reach out to the different stratums of the workforce: from professionals, managers, executives, technicians (PMETs) to mature and retrenched workers as well as those under-going career transitions. We seek to provide them with resources and avenues to enhance their competency and maintain employability.
OUR CORE INITIATIVES
Some Of Our Core Initiatives Include:
SHRI Outlook 2018
SHRI Outlook 2018 will provide an unparalleled opportunity for employers, and senior business and HR leaders from public and private sector organisations, to network, learn and exchange ideas for success. It aims to better equip Singapore’s business and HR community for the critical role they have to play in an uncertain economic and business climate.
Singapore HR Awards
Celebrate leading organisations and HR professionals in their drive for impactful human capital strategies. It serves as a valuable platform to promote and recognise excellence within the HR profession in Singapore by highlighting leading, innovative organisational HR practices and individuals that have greatly impacted the quality of organisations and the workforce.
Singapore HR Challenge
The 1st ever HR Hackathon of its kind in Singapore
bringing together leaders in HR innovation and development and aspiring young HR leaders of tomorrow.
VISION & MISSION
SHRI has collaborated with many regional and local organisations.
SHRI has collaborations and affiliations with organisations such as: Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME), Ministry of Manpower (MOM), National Trades Union Congress (NTUC), Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP) and The Singapore Chinese, Indian and Malay Chambers of Commerce & Industry. In addition, we maintain close relationships with Health Promotion Board (HPB), Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA), The Standards, Productivity and Innovation Board (SPRING Singapore) and have collaborated with The Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
SHRI is an active contributor to the global HR community, having held the office of President of the Asia Pacific Federation of Human Resource management (APFHRM) for the 2005-2006 term.
Singapore became the third country after the USA and the UK, where SHRI as its national HR representative was appointed Secretary-General and Treasurer of the World Federation of Personnel Management Associations (WFPMA) for the term 2006-2008.
50 YEARS OF EXCELLENCE
SHRI has a 50 year heritage of quality.
SHRI has collaborations and affiliations with organisations such as: Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (ASME), Ministry of Manpower (MOM), National Trades Union Congress (NTUC).
SHRI has upheld its ACE values with every initiative launched.
We constantly advocate for HR best practices, connect a community of HR professionals and enhance the HR profession.
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