Based in Singapore, he brings more than 16 years of talent acquisition experience to the role where he’ll be strengthening the employer brand, with a focus on employee advocacy.
Global healthcare company Organon has welcomed Yei-Mun Ho as its new Talent Attraction Lead, Asia Pacific Japan (APJ), effective 9 May 2022.
Based in Singapore, he brings more than 16 years of talent acquisition experience to the role where he’ll be strengthening the employer brand, with a focus on employee advocacy. In his capacity as the Talent Attraction Director, Ho will be partnering the business across APJ to understand their needs and translate these into strategies and deliverables.
He will be reporting to Organon’s Global Head of Talent Attraction, Jen Hinkle.
Talent acquisition leader Ho joins Organon having most recently been the Head of Talent Acquisition, Asia Pacific at AkzoNobel, where he was responsible for leading the talent acquisition team in Asia Pacific, across 45 manufacturing sites, 20 commercial offices supporting over 11,000 employees. He has also previously tenured with IQVIA, ClinTec International, and AbbVie in talent acquisition roles.
Speaking to Human Resources Online on his appointment, Ho shared: "At Organon, we are proud of our mission for a better and healthier every day for every woman.
"I look forward to being part of this mission, attracting and recruiting like-minded talents to join us in building the importance of supporting women’s health and wellbeing in the workplace and communities."
Ho also took the time to chat with HRO about HR's top three priorities in 2022 and beyond. First, he said, will be redesigning work, i.e. what types of roles require what types of skills are needed post-COVID and beyond; who will be undertaking this redesigned work (contingent / permanent workforce); and at what type of work environment (office / hybrid / remote).
The second, he shared, is the focus on the future of work. "HR will greatly benefit from AI & big data application into people analytics looking at predictive trends."
Finally, high on HR’s list will be DE&I and strengthening of the employer brand, whereby Ho noted: "A unique DE&I strategy will differentiate the company from others and strengthen the company’s EVP. A fair and inclusive culture at the workplace drives better engagement and productivity of employees."