In its debut collaboration with the Singapore Human Resource Institute (SHRI),ASPRI HR Working Committee (HRWC) has organised another interesting talk on 03 Nov 2014. The speaker on that day were Ms. Linda Lim, Deputy Director, People Planning & Development from ITE and Mr. Arnold Chan, Director from Grow Talent Pte Ltd.
The topic was on Talent Management and speakers shared their good HR practices on recruitment and performance strategies in order to attract and retain talents. The talk is designed to equip companies with the right knowledge to avoid a human capital crisis in their organisation. Companies also gained new insights to drive performance and set standards for positive change. ASPRI recognises the challenges that companies faced in retaining talent and is heartened that the talk has benefitted the participants.
“Well organized. It covered what I wanted to learn very well. The presentation was informative, friendly and with plenty of opportunity for discussion and interaction” – Ms. Herly Diana,Manager, Human Resources of Mun Siong Engineering Limited
There was also a short presentation on Salary & Productivity Survey in which participants were encouraged to participate so that they could benchmark with their industry peers. The talk ended with a climax involving a panel discussion with the HR experts to address manpower challenges faced by the participants.
“It was an absolute pleasure to have collaborated with ASPRI in organising “The Talent Agenda” workshop on 3 November. From start to completion, they have proven themselves to be a dedicated partner and have worked tirelessly to make the collaboration with SHRI a success. We would like to express our sincere appreciation to Mr. Thomas Chong, Chairman, ASPRI HR Working Committee for his participation, General Manager Ms. Chantal Quek and Assistant Manager Ms. Anizah Ahmad for their passion in this collaboration and for co-ordinating the participation of members. We salute ASPRI’s dedication and commitment to spearhead and enhance human capital development for the sector. SHRI looks forward to exploring future collaborative opportunities with ASPRI.” – Marc Wong, Senior Executive, Capability Development Centre of SHRI
ASPRI HRWC look forward to continue its collaboration with SHRI to bring in more value to its members.