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How Organisations can drive productivity in a WFH setting?

#infoHR Webinar Series:

Do not lose sight of your productivity while working from home! Join us on 30 April for our #infoHR Webinar Series: How Organisations can drive productivity in a WFH setting?


Our speakers Adrian Tan, Practice Leader from PeopleStrong and May Leng Kwok, Regional Head, APAC from CIPD will share tips & tools to improve your telecommuting experience as well as HR practices to drive employee engagement during and after COVID-19. 


Date: 30 April 2020, Thursday

Time: 4pm 

Platform: Connect via Zoom 

Fee: Free! 


With the COVID-19 situation still hanging in the air, many companies that could implement some form of remote work have done so. But for many people, working from home can be extremely challenging. For some, you may not have a work table at home. Work means at your dining table or even on your bed. For others, you may be like me with kids at home and that can be distracting. Whichever your situation is, there are ways to make it work. But it calls for changes to how you work.


Key Learning Points

  • Key challenges in remote working (and what can be done to work around them)
  • Hacks and tips to maintain work mode at home
  • Tools to make your work from home a breeze

Session Details

How to be productive while working from home?

By Speaker: Adrian Tan

The spread of COVID-19 is an exceptional circumstance with ongoing ramifications for organisations, individuals and society on every level. HR are at the forefront now and as the situation continues to develop and change, HR Professionals will need to step up. They will need to act quickly to adopt agile and flexible working practices, to support the organisation and its employees to stay engaged and productive during this challenging period. They must continue to review these methods to ensure the health of staff is protected, to keep workplace traditions alive and well in the digital landscape. HR will also need to refocus the workforce to deal with the aftermath, for post COVID-19 recovery and growth.

Get tips and pointers on: 

  • How HR can keep the workforce engaged and productive 
  • Ensuring practices are agile and fit for purpose
  • Preparing the organisation for post COVID-19 aftermath

How HR can step up to partner the business during this challenging time

By Speaker: May Leng Kwok​

Adrian is the Practice Leader – Future of Work Tech at PeopleStrong, an India-based Enterprise HR SaaS platform. With over 15 years of HR entrepreneurial experience, he had won two HR Vendors of the Year award and is the recipient to SHRI HR Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013. He is the creator of Singapore HR Tech Market Map and is a jobs commentator on ChannelNewsAsia.

Speaker Details

Adrian Tan
Practice Leader – Future of Work Tech at PeopleStrong

May Leng is the Regional Head, APAC at CIPD. She is an experienced people professional consultant with more than 15 years’ experience as a subject matter expert in HR and L&D practices in Asia Pacific. She specialises in building partnerships with key stakeholders in the HR community by helping to professionalise HR and L&D functions in organisations.


About CIPD:

The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) is the professional body for experts in people at work. For more than 100 years, they have have championing better work and working lives by setting professional standards for HR and people development. They hold a highly respected Royal Charter and are committed to driving positive change in the world of work.


They represent the voice of over 160,000 practitioners worldwide with hubs in UK, Ireland, Middle East and Asia.

May Leng Kwok
Regional Head, APAC at Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)

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