#infoHR Webinar Series:
When Home becomes the Workplace:
Managing Psychological Well-Being of Employees during COVID-19
As telecommuting becomes the new norm, SHRI is launching an #infoHR Webinar Series to Help You Stay Connected & Informed on the Upcoming & Latest HR/Business Trends.
Kick starting the Inaugural Webinar session with a holistic topic:
When Home Becomes the Workplace - Managing Psychological Well-Being of Employees during COVID-19
Hear from our speakers:
Health Sciences Authority Director, Engagement, Innovation and Professional Development and Cell Therapy Facility, Ms Sarojini and SHRI Executive Director, Mr Alvin Goh, will share about the importance overview of psychological impact and well-being while working from Home.
Date: 22 April 2020, Wednesday
Time: 4.00pm - 4.30pm
Venue: Connect via Zoom!
Ms. Sarojini Padmanathan is the Director, Engagement, Innovation and Professional Development and Cell Therapy Facility at Health Sciences Authority and a Council Member of SHRI.
Sarojini has been a HR practitioner for more than 30 years. She has led HR in the capacity of Director in the Singapore public sector. In 2014 she was awarded the “HR Professional of the Year” by the HR Magazine as well as the “Leading HR Leader” by SHRI. She believes that a strong HR with people in the center of all they do is much needed, especially in times such as what we are faced with. Additionally, Sarojini is trained in counselling and readily avails herself to do so. Staff usually seek her counsel and are happy to speak to her when they are faced with difficulties situations.
Mr. Alvin Goh is the Executive Director of SHRI.
Alvin 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 USD100million. 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.