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HR leaders from Agoda, DKSH, Fonterra, FWD, Kasikornbank, Minor Food, Nissan Motor and more have already confirmed to speak.
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Here are the recent major promotions and job moves in the world of HR.
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Heytea appoints Stanley Siu as HR business partner
Popular Chinese beverage start-up Heytea has welcomed Stanley Siu to his new role as HR business partner. Previously, Siu worked as a senior HR officer at J&D Holdings for three years and seven months.
Estée Lauder engages Eléonore Galand as senior recruiter in APAC
Beauty cosmetic giant Estée Lauder appointed French-born Eléonore Galand as senior recruiter for the APAC region in April. Galand has over eight years’ experience in Hong Kong in talent acquisition and retail/talent management and training.
Adelaide Kung joins The Peninsula Hotels as senior talent acquisition officer
Effective July 2019, Adelaide Kung has been appointed as senior talent acquisition officer at the Peninsula Hotels. Previously, Kung has held consultancy roles in recruitment agencies Randstad and Links International.|
Hilti Asia Pacific promotes Kathy Fu to HR business partner based in Singapore
After spending more than two years as an HR officer in the Hong Kong office, Kathy Fu has been relocated from Hong Kong to Singapore and is starting her new role as a HR business partner in August. In her new role, she partners with sales management team to align HR areas — talent acquisition, staff engagement, performance management, organisation development, and compensation and benefits with business needs.
Winnie Lam takes up new role at Hilti Asia Pacific
Winnie Lam is now Hilti’s regional compensation and benefits specialist. Lam previously worked as a human resources officer for more than three years at the same company.
Sephora hires Jobie Sin as human resources executive
Jobie Sin joined the LVMH-owned cosmetics chain Sephora as a human resources executive, moving away from her previous role as a human resources specialist at luxury fashion house Gucci.