Rolf van der Pol started his career in information technology and moved to the financial services industry in 1990. He has a broad experience in line and project management roles across Europe, Latin America and the Asia Pacific working for international banks.
Since 2006 he is working with Cadena – an HRM and Payroll solutions company with its service and development centre in Vietnam – and is the director for Cadena in Singapore since its inception in 2015. He has worked with a large number of regional companies, ranging from SMEs, local and regional corporates to MNCs in the field of HRM system implementation and consultation.
Rolf has a Masters degree in Economics and Organisational behaviour from the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam.
What I discussed with Rolf
- Applying his KYC experience into HRMS
- Efficiency tends to be overlooked during digitalisation
- Why companies struggle to digitalise
- Digging deeper to uncover the problems beneath the symptoms
- And many more…
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