Chief HR Officer for Singapore Public Service nominated President for second term and conferred Fellow of the Singapore Human Resources Institute (SHRI)
Singapore: Low Peck Kem, Chief HR Officer and Advisor (Workforce Development) for the Public Service Division, Prime Minister’s Office, is nominated for her second term as President of SHRI at the Institute’s 55th AGM yesterday. Peck Kem has also been conferred SHRI Fellowship for achieving eminence in the practice and development of the Human Resource Fraternity in Singapore.
Peck Kem, along with 17 other Council members, were nominated as the Institute’s Executive Council 2021 to 2023 at the 55th AGM. Being SHRI’s President from 2019 to 2021, Peck Kem, together with the Council members, have enhanced the advocacy, brand and capability of SHRI being the Network of HR Networks and Ecosystem of Singapore in the past two years.
SHRI Executive Director, Alvin Goh, said: “It has been an honour to have worked with Peck Kem throughout 2020. The secretariat and SHRI has benefitted greatly under her leadership. The HR ecosystem here in Singapore through the People behind the People platform has achieved plenty, and it is only appropriate that Peck Kem be conferred and recognised as an eminent HR leader.”
“Peck Kem has demonstrated exceptional HR leadership in her many roles, passionately influencing HR policies and practices at the national and professional levels, particularly over the past year where businesses grappled with new and complex challenges brought about by the pandemic. Actively contributing to the profession, Peck Kem has been generous in sharing her experience and insights to advocate and promote the capabilities of the HR profession.” said, Hui Boon Tan, Vice President Training Academy, SIA Engineering Company Limited.
Peck Kem Low shared her thoughts: “My heartfelt appreciation to the HR community and our strategic partners for the support and encouragement to serve as President of SHRI for the last 2 years and to continue to contribute to the larger HR community for another term. Together with the SHRI Council, secretariat, board members, SHRI members and the vast HR network in Singapore and globally, we have been able to turn SHRI around to improve the branding, financials and HR professionals’ standing in the community. I am deeply humbled to be conferred Fellow of SHRI, and I look forward to everyone’s continued support so that together, we will bring SHRI to greater heights in the next few years. Thank you!”
About SHRI: SHRI is a leading, not-for-profit professional HR body, established in 1965. Serving HR practitioners, people managers, employers and business leaders from both public and private sector organisations across diverse industries in Singapore. As an independent voice driving Singapore’s HR agenda on a national and global scale, SHRI is an intermediary for the HR fraternity and policy-makers. SHRI has been the trendsetter, championing benchmarks in standards of HR best practices by connecting HR professionals and business leaders locally and regionally through its signature events, member engagement activities, dialogues and networking sessions. Under the SHRI Group, SHRI Academy and SHRI Corporation aim to promote continuous learning, upgrading and professional development.
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