2023 is shaping up to be a pivotal year for many organisations as employees continue to demand more flexibility in the way they work. To attract and retain the best talent, HR and business leaders need to rethink their employee engagement strategies to offer an employee value proposition (EVP) that addresses the myriad needs of employees.
With employees who are more engaged and productive, leaders will also be in a better position to drive sustainability in the workplace, supported by increasingly critical environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategies that attract investment and talent into the organisation.
To ensure that their organisation can thrive in a post-pandemic world that is still fraught with multiple challenges, HR and business leaders are also looking to introduce workplace strategies that promotes an agile mindset and creates a company culture that employees buy into and feel valued for their contributions.
With change likely to remain a determining factor in the way we work in 2023, how can organisations, particularly those operating in a region as diverse as Asia, overcome the challenges that a new paradigm of people and work is likely to bring?
To answer this question and more, HR Tech Festival Asia, the region’s largest HR technology and workforce management event, returns in-person on 10-11 May 2023 for its 23rd edition, bringing together Asia’s biggest HR community, global influencers, and industry experts to learn, collaborate, and inspire.
With the theme of Engage. Sustain. Thrive. Navigating The New Paradigm of People and Work, HR Tech Festival Asia 2023, which is taking place at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, will bring together some 5,000 C-suite HR professionals, business leaders, government officials, HR tech analysts and influencers, to discuss the most pertinent workplace issues faced by organisations in Asia.
For visitors looking for the best technology solutions to support their HR transformation, HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 will also feature the region’s biggest HR-focused exhibition, featuring products, services, and technology demonstrations from some of the leading HR tech solutions providers in the world.
Away from the exhibition floor, a series of carefully curated conference sessions will cover both the entire spectrum of HR practices and how HR technology supports in navigating the new paradigms of people and work.
Taking centre stage at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, will be a brand new, state-of-the-art plenary arena that will play host to several key plenary sessions.
Join global and regional thought leaders and HR luminaries such as Josh Bersin, Global Industry Analyst and CEO of the Josh Bersin Company; Ray Wang, Principal Analyst and Founder of Constellation Research; Tim Sackett, President, HRU Technical Resources; Diana Wu David, Work Futurist and CEO, Future Proof Lab; Martin Laschkolnig, Founder and CEO, Institute for the Development of Potential; and Ritu Mehrish, Executive Coach, Global Speaker & Author, The Leadership Troubleshooter, as they provide key insights into what is shaping the way we work.
Other not-to-be-missed highlights include the fourth edition of the ASEAN Future of Work conference, which brings together representatives from regional governments, unions, and the private sector to discuss best work practices as organisations in South-East Asia adjust to a post-COVID world of work.
After a successful debut at HR Tech Festival Asia 2022, the ASEAN Human Development Organisation (AHDO) Summit returns with the goal to improve human development at work by connecting ASEAN’s national HR Association, senior human development professionals from across ASEAN, thought leaders and the ASEAN professional community to discuss, debate and establish a balance of economic and human development to the most diverse region in the world.
Curated for C-level executives, the CHRO Symposium will provide a platform for senior HR and business leaders, visionary experts and industry thought leaders to discuss shared business challenges and critical priorities, as they look to strengthen their organisation’s capabilities from the top.
Click here to register for HR Tech Festival Asia 2023 and be part of the discussion on how Asia’s HR community can successfully navigate the new paradigm of people and work in 2023!
By Shawn Liew, Senior Journalist of HRM Asia. To find out more about HR Tech Festival Asia 2023, click here.