When your Human Capital Management system is 15 years old and stuck together with 42 different systems, you know it’s time to take a look at better ways to engage and connect with your employees.
Attend this session to learn how Camille and the Coles HR team re-invented how employees engage and connect with the HR function. In this fireside chat we will learn about the relationship between business and IT, the secret recipe for success, along with why Salesforce was ultimately selected as a key part of the solution. Camille will also share her insights into key lessons, as well as discuss the importance of ‘trust’, particularly in a COVID era, as an underlying, yet unspoken, principle that underpinned the success of this project.
At Globe Telecom Philippines, we are centred strongly around engagement because the well-being of our people is crucial. We are ramping up our initiatives on mental and physical wellness and opening new doors for our employees to feel connected, valued, and recognized through two main digital engagement and recognition apps. This session will look to address:
Employees expect the same kind of service at work as they do with the brands they love: personalised, efficient and convenient. While most companies understand the business case for meeting customer expectations, creating a rich employee experience is just as important for a company’s long-term success especially in these unique times. Afterall, happy employees equal happy customers - it’s that simple.
Join our experts to discuss best practices for rolling-out, scaling up and delivering an employee experience that ultimately drives success in a distributed world, including how to:
· Empower your teams with technology to enable cross-functional collaboration
· Optimize operations through data analytics to enhance productivity
· Foster and sustain a thriving team culture
This session will finish with five top tips to enhance EX.
UTAC, a relatively young company (23 years old) built its fundamental HR processes and practices to help drive the groups vision and values to create ONE UTAC company over the last 6 years. Our readiness to adapt to digitalisation has been accelerated by COVID-19 and we are creating opportunities for our employees to embrace and reconnect to the workplace in the absence of the office. We have turned around our traditional classroom-based L&D practices to on-line and digital learning solutions. We have readapted our strategy, products, and services to complement the employee learning experience at UTAC regionally. We have designed and implemented bite-sized learning courses incorporating blended learning approach to help balance our employees work demands. This includes e-learning courses and virtual classrooms, webinars and e-leadership assessments and coaching delivered within 2 hours over 1-2 days within a week.