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Asia’s biggest employee benefits and total rewards forum is back

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The upcoming Employee Benefits Asia will keep you informed on the latest total rewards trends and learn how to escalate your benefits strategy to the next level.

Taking place in Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, and Singapore, the conference will host more than 150 senior HR leaders, C&B and total rewards specialists to exchange knowledge, participate in discussions and network with the industry’s brightest.

Delegates of Employee Benefits Asia can expect insightful keynote presentations, case study analysis, and networking sessions. The discussions will present the steps in designing innovative and flexible benefits that can help drive growth and efficiency in organisations.

Key themes addressed in the conference this year will include:

  • Aligning your rewards strategy to support the business agenda
  • A holistic approach to your employees’ wellbeing
  • Shedding the light on compensation
  • Improving the employee experience
  • An innovative approach to employee benefits
  • Embracing the era of change

Past Employee Benefits Asia attendees are top HR executives from leading and international companies in the region, such as CapitaLand, DHL, General Electric, Heineken, Maersk, The Walt Disney Company, Rolls-Royce and many more.

Forge connections with the total-rewards community and take away expert insights on strategic total rewards planning.

Maximise your budget by securing your seat early. Download the brochure to find out more. Contact the team:

Sponsorship opportunities: or +65 6423 0329

Registration enquiries: or +65 6423 0329

Gathering 50 top regional chief HR and senior business leaders at a three-day business retreat forum, the exclusive HR Innovation Leaders' Summit will happen from September 9-11. Get involved.

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