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It’s an employee’s market when it comes to finding a place of employment, and today’s top talent are attracted to organisations which can offer the best benefits to suit their individual needs.

Losing a member of the team not only contributes to the loss of morale and employee engagement, but also adds additional costs to the organisation, such as the loss of knowledge and experience of a veteran.

One of the most cost-effective ways to retain and attract talent is through providing career development and implementing continuous learning programmes.

At Benefits Asia 2013, HR leaders from around the region will discuss the importance of having a career development programme as part of a robust benefits package.

“Offering a constructive career development programme to employees is a must for organisations that want to become employers of choice,” said Rebecca Lewis, editor of Human Resources magazine.

“As well as giving staff a reason to remain with the company, this cost-effective benefit – if implemented correctly – can also boost engagement and productivity, help you fill internal skills gaps and strengthen your succession pipeline.”

Join us at Benefits Asia 2013 to hear Frieder Rummel, director of HR Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa at The Hershey Company; Michael McCarthy, group head of HR Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa at MasterCard, and Devyani Vaishampayan, global head of HR marine services at Rolls-Royce discuss this important topic on stage.

Benefits Asia 2013 will take place on 23-24 October at Sheraton Towers in Singapore.

For more information on the event, speakers and how to get involved and enter our awards, please visit the event website here.


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