HR Outlook 2023:

Future of Work Revolutionised

Date: Wednesday, 30 November 2022

Time: 9 am to 4 pm

Venue: Furama RiverFront

Address: 405 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169633

Do you want to stay ahead of the curve in the future of HR?

SHRI HR Outlook 2023 - Future of Work Revolutionised is a platform for business leaders, HR decision-makers, industry experts and leading authorities for a deep dive into the revolution at the workplace in the post-pandemic era.

Join our signature conference as we address changes in business, workforce well-being, workplace culture, and emerging trends and effort to embrace the transformation towards a Future Ready Workforce.

Driven by a wealth of content-rich material, from engaging Dialogue sessions with key business leaders to carefully curated panel discussions with industry thought-leaders, SHRI Outlook 2023 presents participants with unparalleled access to knowledge-sharing discussions and insights that will pave the way forward in 2023.

Register now to gain access to exclusive networking opportunities with our thought leaders and innovators!

Date: Wednesday, 30 November 2022

Time: 9 am to 4 pm

Venue: Furama Riverfront

Address: 405 Havelock Rd, Singapore 169633




Registration and Networking Breakfast


Welcome Address

Opening by Low Peck Kem, President, SHRI


Expert Panel on Managing in a Hybrid World

Managing in a Hybrid World​

Perspectives from HR & business leaders

Moderator: Alvin Goh

Panellists: Low Peck Kem, Carmen Wee, Stephen Yee


It’s safe to say the office doesn’t look like it used to. Today’s employees expect more flexibility from their employers. That might mean 100% remote roles for some. But for many staff members and managers, flexibility involves working in hybrid environments.  

While managing a team nearly always comes with challenges, hybrid work environments present distinct difficulties. When employees are only in the office part-time, creating a strong sense of connection and culture becomes even more crucial.

Plus, leaders often have to find ways to maintain and measure productivity across different schedules without the crutch of face-to-face communication. So how do you make sure your team is on track?


Sharing 1:

Wellbeing for Hybrid Workforce by Dr. Daphne Tuckwell, Medical Advisor, SEA at International SOS


The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the shift towards hybrid working and brought about change in Duty of Care expectations and responsibilities over the last three years. Employees are prioritising mental health and expect wellbeing support from their organisations, more than ever.

Join Dr. Daphne Tuckwell as she shares the latest findings from this study, exploring the links between working patterns, wellbeing and perceptions of Duty of Care.


Shifting Talent & Skills - Sharing 2:

Upskilling & Reskilling by Frank Koo, Head of Asia, Talent & Learning Solutions at LinkedIn

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Sharing 3:

People Analytics: Transforming your HR Strategy with Data Science by Henry Liew, Head of BIPO's Global Innovation Hub and Principal Data Scientist


Networking Lunch


Expert Panel - Workplace Culture:

How Diversity, Equity and Inclusion drive innovation and build a great workplace culture​

Perspectives from HR & business leaders

Moderator: Aslam Sadar

Panellists: Alex Loh, Angelina Chua, Sabrina Ooi and Shann Lin Lim


Digital Enablement - Sharing 4:

What is Digital Enablement: Rethinking the Workplace by Chan Chiou Hao, Chief Operation Officer at JustLogin


Technology is no longer a set of tools to support your business operations. It is now a critical business function that will enable companies to navigate today's business challenges.

How can digital enablement help companies deal with market uncertainty, the great resignation, hybrid work and the rise of the gig economy?

Find out from Chiou Hao as he shares how digital enablement can amplify the contributions of the workforce and unleash company capabilities and why it’s crucial for HR to understand and align organisational needs with people strategies along the way.


HR Outlook: Keynote

By Michael Jenkins, CEO of Expert Humans


Closing remarks by SHRI Executive Director and Networking

Programme is subject to change.

Ms. Low Peck Kem

President SHRI

CHRO & Advisor Public Service Division

Mr. Alvin Aloysius Goh

Executive Director

Singapore Human Resources Institute

Mr. Michael Jenkins

Chief Executive Officer
Expert Humans

Dr. Daphne Tuckwell

Medical Advisor, SEA

International SOS

Mr. Chan Chiou Hao

Chief Operation Officer


Mr. Henry Liew

Head, Global Innovation Hub

BIPO Service

Mr. Aslam Sardar

Chief Executive Officer

Institute for Human Resource Professionals (IHRP)

Mr. Stephen Yee

Deputy Executive Director

Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF)

Mr. Frank Koo

Head of Asia, Talent & Learning Solutions

Ms. Carmen Wee

Founder & CEO

Carmen Wee & Associates

Ms. Sabrina Ooi

Co-Founder & CEO

Calm Collective Asia

Mr. Alex Loh

Co-Founder & CEO

ACTXA Wellness

Ms. Shann Lin Lim

ASEAN & Singapore Head of Talent, Learning & Diversity

Citi Singapore

Ms. Annie Lim

Vice President Human Resources
Hummingbird Bioscience

Ms. Angelina Chua

Head of Asia Pacific South

SIG Group