#infoHR Webinar Series:
Adapting Rewards Strategy To Engage The Hybrid Workforce

We have seen how the pandemic has posed unprecedented challenges in employee engagement in the past year. With the different types of workforce we have now, technology plays a role in boosting engagement for white-collar and blue-collar employees.
 
Join our #infoHR Webinar Series: Adapting Rewards Strategy to Engage the Hybrid Workforce to hear our panellists share their best practices in devising a suitable engagement programme for the hybrid and remote workforce in their organisations.
 
Date: Friday, 30 July 2021
Time: 4pm – 5.15pm
Platform: Zoom
Fee: Free! (In view of the Phase 2 Heightened Alert, SHRI will waive all webinar fees during this period)

Fireside Chat:
Leveraging Technology to Engage Employees –
Applications across White & Blue Collar Workforce in Current Times

Join our panellists to learn how their companies with vastly different workforces navigated the pandemic by creating a successful employee engagement, reward and recognition programme within their organisations.

Panellists & Moderator

Panellist: Sylvia Koh
Chief People Officer (CPO)
Group Human Resources
CrimsonLogic Pte Ltd
 
Sylvia oversees the full spectrum in planning and implementing people strategies for the CrimsonLogic Group globally. She brings more than 20 years of HR (Human Resources) experience and leads the Group HR to develop workforce strategies, drives Organisational & Talent Development, and succession planning across the various CrimsonLogic offices and business groups.
 
Prior to joining CrimsonLogic, Sylvia was working with Jardine Lloyd Thompson Limited in Hong Kong as the Regional Director of Human Resources for Asia for close to three years. Before Jardine Lloyd Thompson, she was the Business Services Director for Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance in China overseeing Human Resources, IT, Business Operations and the Global Business Network across Beijing, Shanghai and Nanjing.

Panellist: Jeyanthi Vengatta Raman
Senior Manager Human Resources Development
Nexperia Malaysia Sdn Bhd

Jeyanthi is a passionate Human Resource professional with over 15 years of experience in the field. She currently serves as Senior Manager Human Resources Development in Nexperia, a large manufacturing organisation.
 
Jeyanthi has formulated and implemented various HR strategies and management initiatives to develop and engage people across different levels. She is an avid believer in the potential of technology to increase efficiency and productivity while enriching jobs for people. Through the application of technology in the areas of Learning & Development and Communication, major breakthroughs were made possible for Nexperia in this unprecedented time.
 
Jeyanthi has been instrumental in gaining recognition and a coveted national HR award for her organisation.
Panellist: Rajat Jain
Head of Sales & Client Engagement APAC

Rewardz Pte Ltd
 

Rajat Jain is the Head of Sales & Client Engagement, APAC at Rewardz Ltd, a mobile-first technology company that provides digital incentives to help companies incentivise their employees, customers and channel partners, helping to drive a high-performance culture. Rajat is responsible for business growth in South-East Asia and works closely with the regional HR community on ways to continuously improve the employee experience.

Maintaining the view that happy employees are the first step to a successful business, Rajat is passionate about improving the employee experience by providing the right recognition and incentives through a blend of technology and fun.
 
Prior to joining Rewardz, Rajat has worked in the HR space for more than 12 years across Singapore, Malaysia and Japan in various leadership roles. Having lived and travelled across many countries, he appreciates and relates to a diversity of cultures and people.
Moderator: Alvin Goh
Executive Director
Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI)
 
Alvin Goh is an accomplished international senior business manager with over 15 years of experience in the financial and consulting industry where he played key roles in various business and human capital transformation projects that has translated to net bottom line growth of USD100 million.
 
He was part of a task force that had to implement a comprehensive BCP during the SARS pandemic when he was working in Shanghai, China. He saw first-hand how badly it affected the livelihood and mental state of his staff and students.
 
Alvin firmly believes that a well thought out BCP should go beyond the protection of an organisation’s operations, systems, infrastructure, reputation and business assets and must include the well-being of its people.
 

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