GLOBAL BANK TO SHARE THOUGHTS ON TALENT MANAGEMENT
Singapore - Lighthouse Independent Media, publishers of Human Resources, is delighted to announce Ronald Tay, director of learning & development, UBS AG, as the next speaker for its premium regional conference, Employee Benefits Live Asia 2012.
Mr Tay will address the topic of talent management, arguably the biggest challenge facing the HR profession, and a topic inextricably linked to compensation & benefits strategy.
“Reward and development must go hand-in-hand when it comes to the attraction and retention of key talent,” said Tay. “Talent programs are an integral leverage tool for top-class organisations to effectively drive their people strategies forward.”
Since joining UBS in 2005, Ronald Tay’s roles have covered a gamut of responsibilities including learning, partnering with the businesses, graduate training programs, key talent programs as well as senior executive development programs. In addition to his UBS responsibilities, he draws passion from interacting with varsity students serving as adjunct lecturer on a core Career Management module at Singapore Management University. Ronald’s other career transitions have included strategic planning for the Singapore government, regional consulting at OTi Consulting and serving as ASEAN Head of Learning at L’Oreal.
“Tay’s background in finance and consumer products is an excellent addition to the Employee Benefits Live Asia conference agenda,” said Human Resources editor, Rebecca Lewis. “I am personally looking forward to hearing his views on talent management at the event.”
Some of the other companies represented on the Employee Benefits Live Asia agenda are Facebook, Panasonic, GlaxoSmithKline, Diageo, Expedia, Hunstman, Seagate, DFS, Banyan Tree, AirAsia and many more. All presenters and panellists, such as Bonita Lee, GSK’s vice president of human resources Asia Pacific, are director or vice president level HR professionals.
The theme of the two-day event is Global Best Practice Compensation, Benefits & Rewards Strategy, and the impressive list of speakers and panellists will be focusing on Benefits & Rewards Strategy. The conference topics are Salaries, Talent Management, Flexible Benefits, Emerging Markets, Employee Healthcare, Non-cash Rewards and Employee Communication – seven topics which an exhaustive research and consultation process found to be the most pertinent to the HR profession in Asia Pacific.
Employee Benefits Live Asia is the Asian edition of the successful conference in the UK, Employee Benefits Live, which is produced by Centaur Media’s Employee Benefits magazine.
Employee Benefits Live Asia is a collaboration between Centaur Media and Lighthouse Independent Media, publishers of Human Resources magazine in Asia.
The event will be held on 1-2 August 2012 at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel in Singapore.
For more information contact Ang Yoke Han on +65 6423 0329, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.employeebenefitsliveasia.com
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