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The top issues affecting employee healthcare and corporate wellness in Asia will be tackled by the region’s most respected HR leaders at Employee Healthcare Interactive, the HR industry’s only regional conference on corporate healthcare and wellness strategy.

Employee Healthcare Interactive 2016, Asia’s largest compensation & benefits discussion, will take place in Singapore on 8 December at InterContinental Hotel.

“It has been an annual tradition for HR executives and corporate healthcare specialists to gather and participate in the conversations taking place at Employee Healthcare Interactive,” said Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources magazine.

“Employee Healthcare Interactive delegates will take away practical insights and innovative ideas that can help them improve their respective organisations’ healthcare programmes.”

Employee Healthcare Interactive 2016, with the theme “Driving organisational performance through strategic health & wellness initiatives,” will explore the topics that industry experts claim are the most critical issues facing HR and corporate healthcare specialists. Among the experts discussing these at Employee Healthcare Interactive 2016 are:

Technology plays a huge role in people management, according to Teofilus Ponniah. As the regional HR director at DHL, Ponniah works with the APAC leadership team, and leads the company’s efforts on simplifying hierarchies and increasing productivity.

Ponniah has held various HR leadership positions across Asia Pacific, including stints in Thailand, Malaysia and Hong Kong. He has also presented various papers and conducted seminars on leadership across the region. As a highly experienced HR practitioner, Ponniah continuously seeks opportunities that can cultivate and nurture passion in employees so as to enhance organisational growth.

With over 25 years of experience, Tarun Gulrajani has worked for various Fortune 500 companies such as 3M, Ogilvy & Mather, and Seagate, with skills and roles that have spanned across continents. Today, as Rehau’s head of human resources for Asia Pacific, Gulrajani supervises overall HR strategy and execution in alignment with functional business requirements, focusing on organisational development and HR transformation in the Asia Pacific region.

Prior to joining Rehau, he was at Haworth under various positions of group HR director and then group sales director for channel markets reporting directly to the CEO.

Past Employee Healthcare Interactive participants are senior HR leaders from major employers in the region, such as American Express, Deutsche Bank, Mitsubishi, Rolls-Royce, Tigerair, Unilever, and Western Digital. All presenters and panellists, such as Rupali Gupta, HR director at Mundipharma, are director or vice president level HR professionals with regional responsibility.

Employee Healthcare Interactive 2016 is open only to director and VP-level in-house HR professionals. Human Resources magazine’s unique interactive roundtable format allows industry leaders to enjoy more comprehensive discussions and wider networking opportunities. In addition, Employee Healthcare Interactive will intensify participation through quality learning activities, such as keynote sessions, case studies presentation, and panel discussions.

For more information on Employee Healthcare Interactive 2016, you can visit the event website or contact Nikita Erpini, Regional Producer,, +65 6423 0329.

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