Picture a situation where your workforce is moving seamlessly between projects; contributing their expertise in one, learning new skills from another, and even chipping in on behalf of a colleague when they’re out sick. While this seems like an ideal scenario, you often find staff complaining about heavy workloads, lack of bandwidth, and ultimately, burnout. This can be prevented with the right workforce optimisation strategy in place – one that allows all people managers to have access to a dashboard that provides visibility over staff schedules, roles, and most importantly, skills.

    Against this backdrop, we invite you to join our upcoming 60-minute webinar, organised by Human Resources Online, in partnership with Workday, on workforce optimisation (WFO). Look forward to the following takeaways:

    1. Understanding the concept of workforce optimisation: Examples of WFO in practice.

    2. The role of data in WFO strategy: Crafting a dashboard that forecasts labour demand & needed skills, optimises workforce resources, helps upskill & redeploy, and more.

    3. Checklist for your HR team to embark on or to accelerate your workforce optimisation journey.

    4. All done through a panel discussion among respected CHROs across Southeast Asia and live Q&A session!

    Optimising the workforce allows your people managers & leaders true visibility, transparency, and control. So let’s get the ball rolling, and see you there!

Thu, Apr 21, 2022 · 9:15 AM Singapore (GMT 8:00)
  • Welcome address
  • Panel discussion featuring pan-Asia CHROs
  • Live Q&A (vote for your favourite question!)
  • Live demo of workforce optimisation tech
  • Summary of key takeaways
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.
Elise Mann
Head of Human Resources – ANZ & APAC, Motorola Solutions
With more than two decades of global experience across HR operations and strategic development across multiple industries, Elise Mann joined Motorola Solutions in 2017, and is focused on integrating newly acquired businesses and people, as well as staff wellbeing and diversity & inclusion programmes throughout the Asia Pacific region.
Janice Yee
Head of Human Resources, Growth & Emerging Markets Business Unit — APAC Takeda
As a seasoned HR practitioner with over 15 years’ experience in industries spanning engineering, chemical and pharmaceuticals, Janice Yee has taken on HR roles across all aspects of human capital strategy and HR services delivery across various geographies, while creating a people experience that celebrates diversity, equity and inclusion.
Kundan Kumar
HR Country Head – Malaysia, GSK
Since joining GSK in 2012, Kundan Kumar has held a number of regional and global HR business partner roles supporting the businesses in talent strategy, culture, colleague experience, and diversity & inclusion. Beyond spearheading numerous HR transformations, he is a passionate health & wellbeing enthusiast as well as a mindfulness practitioner.
Wong Pei Woan
Head of Solutions (Human Capital Management) – Workday
A passionate coder who landed a job in HR, and never looked back since, Wong Pei Woan brings over 20 years of experience to HR and technology, which includes recommending and managing organisational transformation projects. At Workday, she leads a team of HR and IT solution consultants, as well as consistently sets internal benchmarks in employee engagement.