Organised by CrimsonLogic, I will be presenting a snapshot of the HR Tech landscape and showcasing local case studies.
||March 8, 2019
||Bi-Annual HR Event 2019 (Amendments to Employment Act)
||Snapshot of HR Tech
Concorde Hotel Singapore
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I will be involved in HR Tech Den where hundreds of HR Tech startups will be whittled down to just a few finalists and they get to pitch their solutions to me and the rest of the panel.
Winner walks away with a $20k marketing campaign in HRD Asia publications.
HR Tech Summit brings together HR leaders from a wide range of industries to access the latest insight and best practices from the leading authorities on HR technology.
If you own or operate a small business, you probably enjoy being your own boss.
The perks of making your own schedule and managing yourself are great, right? Ultimately, however, there will come a time when you need to hire on a team—because no one can do everything on their own.
One of the reasons why HR continues to be viewed as admin jockeys is the lack of meaningful data.
And an anecdote I came across captures this best.
In a board meeting, the Head of Sales come in with the sales projection numbers. Finance would bring in the P&L, BS and Marketing would come in with their latest conversion metrics.
Did you know that the concept of ‘Employee Engagement’ is almost 30 years old?
The first formal definition was provided by William Kahn, as “the harnessing of organisation members’ selves to their work roles; in engagement, people employ and express themselves physically, cognitively, and emotionally during role performances.”
When HR leaders talk about “employee engagement programmes”, this could mean anything from a survey done every year, to a revamped flexi-benefits programme, to regular townhalls and fireside chats, to team-building activities, staff lunches and annual dinner & dances.
Administration of medical benefits is akin to generating payslips for employees in SMEs.
It is important, compliance requires it but many administrators just find it laborious and lapses just keep recurring over and over again.
And it isn’t restricted to the HR administrator. The employee needs to capture the receipt, probably fill up a form and go back to primary school art-and-craft to glue the receipts onto an A4 sheet for submission.
Since my decision to focus primarily on writing about HR Tech on this blog, it has opened up a lot of opportunities beyond my imagination.
It also helps that this space was relatively new when I first began and efforts on SEO is paying off now.
As of now, there are 71,800,000 results if I google for hr tech Singapore and I can find my site on page 1 #2.
I have known Steve for more than 10 years.
We were both BNI members of Gateway chapter and I clearly recall that was before my 10 year old son.
He surprised me at first when I learned he is a sales person given his quiet demeanour.
But once you know him better, his blend of technical knowledge and sharpened solutioning skills make him the kind of consultative sales people you enjoy speaking with and learn from.
With technology at our fingertips all hours of the day, we can easily access copious amounts of data.
From google, to Wikipedia to social media sites, we simply open an app or internet browser and have access to everything from Bill Gates most recently read novel to the social lives of our potential recruits.
SkillsFuture is off to a busy start of 2019.
With the completion of the entire set of Skills Framework, they are moving next to engage the industry about them and their initiatives.
From Employer Awards to Fellowships to JumpStart! workshop to Learning Enterprise Alliance, it is hard to ignore the significance of what SkillsFuture is telling the market – the importance of skilling.