The manufacturing industry has been a key pillar of Singapore’s economy since independence and human resources play an important role in aligning and shaping the organisation’s success in the long run. Organisations that embrace fair and progressive employment practices will also find it easier to attract and retain employees.
At this event, the Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices (TAFEP) will be introducing the Tripartite Standards (TS), which are a set of good workplace practices which all companies should implement. Singapore Human Resource Institute (SHRI) will also be sharing on how businesses can relook at their HR Strategies by revisiting the way companies engage their employees. They will also touch on the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion at the workplace and how a positive workplace culture can lead to increased productivity and employee engagement.
By the end of this event, not only will you learn about the importance of implementing good workplace practices and how to adopt the Tripartite Standards, you will also learn to relook your internal HR strategies as your organisation moves forward into the future of work.
Community Partner Event by Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF)
Date: Thursday, 31 May 2023
Time: 9: 30 AM – 1:30 PM
Platform: Physical @ SHRI Premises, 137 Cecil Street
For enquiries, please contact Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF):
Telephone: 6826 3100
Alvin Goh is the Executive Director of Singapore Human Resource Institute. He has extensive experience in the various aspects of human capital management and transformation. Alvin brings with him more than 15 years of experience from working across various sectors ranging from large local and multinational organisations and government linked agencies in projects across the world and has held senior appointments in various capacity. He was a senior consultant with a highly reputable Human Consulting firm and has held several key senior positions such as Chief of Staff and Chief HR Officer for a regional bank.