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Category: Spring 2016

Getting HR into the fast lane

Cutting down time-consuming processes to help HR deliver accurate results quickly HR
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Innovation to navigate recruitment minefields

Recruitment has long involved picking up the telephone, networking outside for candidates and screening
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Employees—greatest cyber security risk

Employees are the lifeblood of an organisation, technology helps facilitate ways in which they
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HK Competition Ordinance—Why HR needs to tread more carefully in 2016

The Hong Kong Competition Ordinance (Cap. 619) (Ordinance) came into effect on 14
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HR 4.0: blueprint for HR’s future

What if you woke up tomorrow and you could not make any money
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HR Conference January 2016

Kicking off the new year with Learning and Development, our speakers shared wide-ranging
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Panel discussion—What is talent development & HiPo development?

Moderator: Paul Arkwright, Editor-in-Chief, HR Magazine; The Panel from left to right:
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Anthony Ward Rushton—Learning adding commercial business value

Anthony Ward Rushton, Regional Head of Learning, Asia Pacific, Human Resources, HSBC
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Sonia Cheng—VF Asia’s roadmap to expert L&D—from ‘Growth Pyramid’ to ‘Own your Career’

Sonia Cheng, Human Resources Director, VF Asia Limited Sonia Cheng, HRD, VF Asia Ltd
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John Raymond—Coaching: a leadership imperative

John Raymond, Head of Coaching, IECL John Raymond, Head of Coaching, IECL started off with
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