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HR Summit, 5-7 March

The Roadmap: How Asian Companies Can Become “Employers of Choice” Throughout the World

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Date(s) - 08/11/2017
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Chamber Theatre, 22/F United Centre


Internet Plus has transformed traditional labour intensive industries into talent driven industries. Today, the profit impact of the best talent is very high. Running a profitable Internet Plus business requires companies to hire, utilize and retain the world’s best talent. But so far, even the most famous Asian companies have not been successful in this important task. For example, CNN/ Money’s poll asks new U.S. MBAs where they want to work. Sony is the only Asian company in the top 100. Worse yet, in a survey taken by Universum among students in Asia in 2016, no Asian companies made the top ten among the “Most Attractive Employers in Asia”.

For an expanding mega corporation such as Huawei in China, what is its experience? How does Huawei attract Millennials from around the world? Currently, Huawei is conducting a major study of Millennials in the global workplace. Our speaker, Dr. Bradley Hall will explain the roadmap of transforming China’s most successful global companies into “Employers of Choice”.

Speaker(s) Bradley W. Hall, Senior HR Advisor, Huawei Technologies, Ltd

For the past eight years, Bradley W. Hall has been Senior Advisor to the Chief HR Officer at Huawei Technologies, Ltd. With 265,000 employees/ full-time contractors, 60% of its revenue from outside of China, and a five-year profit CAGR of 25%, Huawei is China’s largest and most successful global company. Among his many duties, Mr Hall has been responsible for developing professional capabilities for Huawei’s 4,000 HR professionals. He has also been the community leader for Huawei’s foreign high-end talent. Before joining Huawei, Mr Hall was responsible for organization effectiveness and leadership for IBM Asia Pacific in 18 Asian countries. At IBM, he designed Lenovo’s new organization and culture during its acquisition of IBM Personal Computer. Mr Hall has a PhD degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology, and his PhD dissertation covers how Japanese people management practices are accepted in western countries.

Language English
Date and Time 2017/11/08 15:30 to 17:30
Venue Chamber Theatre, 22/F United Centre
Media Closed to media
Enquiries Cathy Chan
Tel: 28231282
Email: cathy@chamber.org.hk


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