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    If you are still processing your employees’ payroll on an Excel sheet, manually updating your performance appraisals scribbled on a paper, or simply don’t have a structured rewards & recognition system in place, now is the time to change things up.

    On 21 July 2022 (Thursday), we’re putting together a checklist for HR professionals to wade their way around the new normal – think: a conversation on the challenges you’re currently trying to solve, and listening to your industry peers on how they’re solving them.

    Here are three reasons to attend this session, organised by HRO in partnership with The Access Group:

  • Identify the challenges (and complexities) of your current HR systems, your employee needs, and why change is needed;

  • Understand the quick and effective solutions to address these challenges and needs; and

  • Gain deeper insights into the role of technology in making HR processes easy and stress-free.

    It starts with embracing technology, and it ends with employee satisfaction — so we hope you’ll take that step forward with us!
Thu, Jul 21, 2022 · 10:00 AM Singapore (GMT +8:00)
  • Welcome Address
  • Panel discussion with industry HR speakers, moderated by HRO’s Aditi Sharma Kalra
  • Live Q&A with audience
  • Presentation by The Access Group
  • Closing
Alvin Low
Head of People, Lotus's Stores
Alvin is responsible for partnering with the business and driving the people strategies to support business growth at Tesco Malaysia. He is an experienced HR professional with more than 18 years of experience, and expertise in the areas of talent management and leadership capability, culture of high performance, and change management.
Dr Loo Leap Han (Michael)
Group Head of Talent Management (Malaysia and Singapore), Biomed Global
Dr Loo has more than 20 years of HR industry experience in manufacturing, healthcare, and infrastructure construction. Throughout his career, he has gained vast experience in the HR subject matters of talent management, employee competency gap analysis, HR financial and costing, organisational development and culture, employee engagement, HR practices and process improvement, and workplace bullying. In his current role, his core responsibilities include talent onboarding, talent acquisition, talent engagement, and succession planning.
John Maley
John Maley, APAC Human Resources Director, The Access Group
Originally from Scotland, John has lived in APAC for over 20 years, having lived and worked in Hong Kong, India, the Philippines and Australia, which he now calls home. Encouraging his team members and colleagues to develop and progress in their careers remains a key reason why he loves working in HR and being a leader of teams. Aside from work, John loves travel, NRL, and weekly trips to the cinema (especially the Hayden Orpheum).
Aditi Sharma Kalra
Editor-in-Chief, Human Resources Online
Aditi leads all editorial content for Human Resources Online, or HRO. Alongside her team, she is responsible for producing thought-provoking and quality industry content for Asia’s CHROs, as well as strategically growing the brand’s presence and reach online.
Alvin Lim
Payroll Sales Lead, Asia, The Access Group
Alvin has been in the HR services industry for 15 years. In 2021, he joined The Access Group following Access’s acquisition of Sage Group’s businesses in Australia and Asia. At Sage, Alvin assisted customers in mapping out their payroll requirements and enabled them to leverage its EasyPay and EasyTime solutions to automate manual processes.
Bridgette Hall
Regional Digital Content Director, Human Resources Online