By 2020, millennials will form half of the global workforce. As they enter companies and organisations in ever greater numbers, their presence will inevitably sculpt the workplace for years to come, according to a recent PwC Global report. Growing up in the digital era, millennials are competitive by nature and employers should prepare to reshape their company culture to embrace millennials' needs, growth and development as a talent management strategy.
The Greater China Talent Management Summit 2018, organised annually in July by A-Performers.com, has been highly regarded by senior human resources professionals across the greater China region for more than a decade as a valuable platform for sharing insights as well as best practices, and is considered a highly effective event for talent management.
Under the topic - 'Attracting, Managing and Retaining the Millennial', the organiser invited ten top-tier HR and management experts across different business sectors to share and discuss how they and others are using different approaches to effectively embrace the younger generation.
New digital technologies are enabling greater integration and flexibility, giving employees a larger voice in their careers and providing the opportunities to create their own work experiences. To this end, the digital revolution is poised to disrupt and transform human resource management while redefining the future of HR functions. In a related development, the integration of social, mobile, analytic, and cloud (SMAC) technologies is also reshaping the employee experience, making work in real-time easier, more productive and more rewarding while improving the overall work-life balance. The Greater China Talent Management Summit 2017, organised annually by A-Performers.com, is highly regarded by senior human resources professionals across the greater China region as a valuable platform for sharing insights as well as practices, and is considered a highly effective event for talent management.
Under the topic of “Digital HR – Opportunities and Challenges of Disruption”, the organiser invited nine top-tier HR and management experts to share and discuss how digital development is transforming HR strategies and challenging the traditional functions.
Issues related to sustainability have moved to the forefront of business, economics and the political arena worldwide. Business leaders have already realised the fact that sustainable workplaces and business practices can make their companies more competitive. Companies that manage sustainability can reap long-term benefits for both their businesses and for society, because they recognise that the perceptions about sustainability among consumers, employees and other stakeholders have changed. Given the importance of driving an enduring sustainable culture inside an organisation, human resources professionals must step up and play a critical leading role in the realm of corporate sustainability.
Under the theme of “When HR Meets Sustainability”, the annual Greater China Talent Management Summit 2016 was held by A-Performers.com in early July. This Summit has been widely regarded by HR experts across the greater China region as an effective platform for sharing insights as well as knowledge, and is considered a highly effective vehicle overall for talent management.
The annual Greater China Talent Management Summit 2015, organised for the 10th year by A-Performers.com, is highly regarded by human resources professionals across the greater China region as an effective platform for sharing insights as well as knowledge, and is considered a highly effective vehicle overall for talent management.
The Summit this year focused on the future of the workplace and the types of talents that will create the most impact in the years to come. It also explored evolving trends that are shaping tomorrow’s work culture, including entrepreneurship, technology innovation and talent mobility. All of these factors will play key roles over the coming decade.
While HR professionals nowadays must prepare to embrace the millennial generation, those who grew up during the era of social media, HR management must also recognise the fact that women are increasingly assuming leadership roles and are at the vanguard of today’s economic and social scene.
Widely recognised as one of the most important human resources conferences in Hong Kong, the Greater China Talent Management Summit 2014, organised by A-Performers.com, was held in late June at the Hotel Icon.
During the Summit, several heavyweight speakers were invited to share their inspiring views on people leadership strategies to reshape the success of future organisations, with about 1,000 human resources practitioners and senior management personnel across a range of different industries on hand to listen.
Faced with the accelerating pace of transformation in the business world brought on by an array of crucial factors like demographic changes, globalisation, environmental concerns, technological innovation, changing employer-employee relationships and other issues, many organisations today must deal with challenges they’ve never experienced before. It is these changes that are compelling senior management staff to rethink their organisational structures and people strategies in order to safeguard future sustainable success.