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Recruitment Asia, the region’s biggest recruitment and talent acquisition conference, will uncover the latest developments, innovative solutions, and most pressing issues in the recruitment scene. The discussions will be led by the region’s premier corporate recruiters and HR leaders, whose expertise and accomplishments are widely recognised in the industry.
Recruitment Asia 2017 is a two-day conference happening in Malaysia on 31 October and 1 November and in Singapore on 2-3 November.
“Recruitment Asia will dive deep into the recruiting sea to distinguish collective best practices and the most effective hiring instruments today,” said Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources magazine. “Delegates will enjoy thought-provoking panel sessions, real-life case study presentations, keynote addresses, and networking opportunities.”
Recruitment Asia 2017 will explore what expert research and the recruitment sector find the most critical subjects in the industry today. This year’s agenda will look into:
Recruitment climate in Asia – Characterising trends that impact talent acquisition, workforce culture, and people processes;
The rise of the digital workplace – How does an effective online recruitment process look like? What skills and systematic approaches are critical to this programme?
Untangling people analytics – The use of analytics in predicting hiring outcomes, matching individuals to jobs, and measuring workforce effectiveness;
Emerging sourcing channels – New platforms and strategies in attracting the right talent with recommendations for HR recruiting technologies;
Organisation of the future – How can HR departments groom local talents for global assignments? How can the deserving individuals be identified to take on challenging roles?
Talent initiatives as drivers of business growth – Effective methods to align business objectives and organisation functioning to talent initiatives, the use of cognitive diversity to engage people and expand organisational capacity; and HR transformation at the forefront of business decisions.
Past companies represented on the Recruitment Asia agenda were AIG, Airbnb, Bloomberg, Cisco, Citi, Coca Cola, Ericsson, Google, HP, Manulife, Maxis, Philips, PWC, Sanofi, Shell, Unilever, Zalora, and many more. All presenters & panellists, such as Anuradha Katyal, HR Director, SEA at Scania South East Asia, are director or vice president level HR professionals with regional responsibility.
Senior HR professionals who do not want to be left behind can visit the event website www.recruitmentasia.net for more information and updates or contact the following regional producers: