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As projections for Singapore’s economic growth remains strong in the near future, HR professionals will be faced with the on-going challenge of finding talent in a tight local labour market.
How does this projected growth affect your plans for attracting, retaining and developing key local and foreign talent?
At The Futurist, Byron Rienstra, global head of HR consumer banking at Standard Chartered Bank, will deliver a keynote presentation discussing the economic impact on the talent pool available to Singapore-based organisations and – most importantly – how organisations can map their talent challenges against Singapore’s economic growth projections.
The Futurist will take place on April 23rd at the Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore.
For more information on the event and speaker line-up, please visit the website.
Rienstra is a member of Standard Chartered Bank’s HR executive committee, the consumer banking management committee, and various HR product governance committees. He has been with Standard Chartered Bank for seven years and has held the roles of head of learning and talent development for wholesale banking and head of HR for global markets.
Prior to joining Standard Chartered Bank, he worked with organisations including Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Nortel Networks.