Video is a flexible and engaging content format that not only gives us a real-life picture of what is going on but also it’s easy to share and spread across a diversity of platforms.
People like it because it’s easy to perceive, entertaining and engaging, and it is one of the reasons why video content is highly demanded on the market now giving a potentially high return on investment via the usage of different channels.
Imagine you’re going into a new shop. What do you see?
Sure, you look at the brand. You look at the display on the shop windows.
Now, imagine the first time you walk into that shop.
What do you see? What do you feel?
You look at the lighting, the sequential placement of items, the ergonomics in the arrangement and the first hello that the serviceman says to you.
In a fast-shifting talent marketplace, Recruiters are facing multiple challenges:
The best candidate is available in the market for 10 days
60% of candidates abandon the long hiring process.
US$ 4000 is the average cost of hire for enterprises
Finally, there is a shift in preference of professionals/millennials for “gigs”, rather than permanent roles
helps to address these challenges by reaching out to & screening more candidates using lesser time than traditional hiring processes. Talview
According to a McKinsey analysis, the average professional spends 28% of the workday reading and answering email .
This is largely due to the sheer number of messages that they received daily – 120 of them.
Email was once at the forefront of convenience.
Used as a way to quickly send messages and share files from anywhere in the world, it was — and, for many, still is — a primary tool to communicate with friends, family, and colleagues.
The HR Tech market is extremely fragmented and cluttered.
Based on my 2019 HR Tech Market Map released earlier this year, there are at least 160 HR tech vendors in Singapore alone. And 5000+ HR tech products globally.
I can imagine the confusion amongst buyers as they are reminded about the “Future of Work” and “HR Digital Transformation”.
I was curating a list of HR events for the rest of this year and was blown away by the number of them.
There are at least 20 of them over the next 6 months and this is just in Singapore.
Obviously, not all would be of the same quality.
Below is my personal shortlist of events that I feel are worth the time.
THE HR & LEARNING SHOW IS:
A showcase of the world’s best HR and workplace learning technology solutions
60 “how to” presentations from Asian HR experts
Live demos where buyers can fully assess solutions in just 2 days
2,000 attendees from across Asia
HR & Learning Show is co-located with the Accounting and Finance Show Asia, which attracted over 2,800 attendees in 2018.
October 8, 2019—October 9, 2019
HR & Learning Show 2019
Suntec Convention Centre
here to register.
What does the future of work look like?
The workplace is changing rapidly.
Every day we hear about new technology disrupting industries and how work is done. Attracting and retaining talent is also becoming more challenging as organisations compete for employees.
It is against this backdrop that HR professionals need to continue to find new ways to add value to their organisations and gain executive support for people initiatives.
Mercer’s 2019 HR Conferences will kick off in Singapore on September 2–3 at The Conrad.
This 2-day conference will focus on the theme
“BE FUTURE-FIT: De-risk, Innovate, Empower” and through the conference we will address strategies to help you prepare for the future of work and tactics for implementing agile rewards programmes.
The most promising companies creating the Future of Work in Southeast Asia will present and discuss their products with investors and industry thought leaders.
The purpose of #HRTechTank is to connect, educate and promote innovators in the Human Resource Management & Recruitment software space.