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Employee Experience Awards 2024 finalists: Revealing Singapore's finest

Employee Experience Awards 2024 finalists: Revealing Singapore's finest

Join us on 9 May as we celebrate the deserving winners who have raised the bar in employee experience innovation and implementation.

We're thrilled to announce the finalists for the Employee Experience Awards 2024 - Singapore edition! After an exhaustive evaluation process led by distinguished HR professionals across Asia, we are unveiling the champions of employee experiences who have progressed to the main stage.

As the sole peer-reviewed HR awards programme in the region, the Employee Experience Awards shines a spotlight on organisations that excel in cultivating exceptional employee experiences. Recognising the pivotal pillars of leadership, learning, engagement, and talent acquisition, this esteemed accolade celebrates the tireless efforts of HR practitioners in driving transformative change.

Join us on 9 May for the highly anticipated awards gala, where we'll reveal the deserving winners who have raised the bar in employee experience innovation and implementation.


The awards were judged by a panel of 24 top HR leaders from organisations including Astellas Pharma, CBRE, CIMB SINGAPORE, Danaher, DuPont, Evonik SEA, Golden Agri International, HOYA Electronics, KLA Corporation, Paradise Group Holdings, Schneider Electric, and StarHub.

Having assessed 319 entries over a total of 41 categories, the judges have gathered valuable insights into the employee experience scene in Singapore. Anish Lalchandani, Global Head of Talent Management for A.P. Moller Maersk shared that it was “impressive to see HR teams going above and beyond, coming up with creative ideas, and preparing their workforce for the future. They’ve shown how they tackle business challenges by applying innovative practices and relying on data-driven strategies.”

Victoria Herrero, SVP HR Asia and Global Travel Retail, Coty also applauded the “innovative and insightful” quality of all the entries. "The majority of the companies are taking a holistic approach in managing their people agenda, which is commendable."

Additionally, Ray Chua Senior Director, Human Resources (SEA, Hong Kong & Shenzhen), KLA Corporation commended the “marked improvement in the quality of the entries”, saying he was “heartened that companies are taking proactive steps to strive in the new work norms post COVID-19.

"What an exciting time for HR Professionals!"

Last but not least, Zhi Jia Tan, HR Director, South Asia Pacific, Under Armour commented: "Companies are faced with the challenge of managing a diverse workforce consisting of individuals from four to five different generations, making it challenging to implement a uniform approach”. She was enthralled by “many of the entries as they developed intricate HR strategies that encompass long-term strategic planning, effectively catering to present requirements while preparing for future needs.

"These comprehensive plans incorporate multifaceted strategies that not only address talent requirements but also tackle business challenges and objectives."

See the full panel of judges 

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