Human Resource is the most important asset of any organization. An organization will not be able to sustain its business without an effective pool of workforce. Today, as the economic situation worsens, it becomes an even bigger challenge for HR leaders worldwide to manage their workforce.Maintaining employee morale and engagement is one of the most critical challenge of a HR leader, especially at times like this when most organizations are downsizing and cutting cost in many areas. In order to survive in todayâ€™s competitive business world, the priorities of a HR leader must begin to shift from an operational to a more strategic approach.
The main objective of this â€œHR Revolutionâ€ is to address the top priorities of todayâ€™s HR leaders in a tough economy. It is an excellent arena to learn how leading corporations are maintaining the engagement and morale of their workforce while cutting down cost of operations.
The financial turmoil and global economic crisis are forcing companies to look more closely at expenses and seek efficiency gains in their businesses. In order to maneuver through the storm, many companies have to take measures to decrease various operation costs such as personnel expenditure, improve the return on investment on human capital expenditures and maintain focus on the long-term business objectives of the company.
Global unemployment will increase â€œdramaticallyâ€ in 2009 as a consequence of the economic crisis sweeping the world, the United Nationsâ€™ International Labor Organization (ILO) warned.The ILO predicts that Asia is likely to have 7.2 million more jobless people in 2009 than last year due to fallout from the global economic crisis, raising the regionâ€™s jobless rate to 5.1 percent.
In Indonesia, nearly a quarter of a million jobs have been lost since September 2008. Foreign managers have been confronted with domestic labor debates and international financial pressures. Striking employees, worker migrations, layoffs, and minimum wage and severance pay debates continue to shape the labor climate in Indonesia. These have taken form as the future key problems facing HR managers and the government. The unemployment rate in Indonesia is estimated to be more than 8 percent and rising.
HR Management will be a key area of focus in 2009 as companies and government organizations put in place strategies to cope with the economic crisis and recovery. The HR leader today faces the challenge of going through a transformative change, from being just â€œ back roomâ€ business operators to becoming more strategic business partners.
Who should Attend
CEOs, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, General Managers, Managers & Heads of :
- Human Resources
- Talent Management / Human Capital Management
- Compensation & Benefits / Rewards Management
- Training & Development
- Organizational Development
- Leadership Development
- Recruitment & Staffing
- Performance Management
From all industries, especially :-
- Banking, finance & insurance
- Fast Moving Consumer Goods ( FMCGs)
- Energy & Utilities
- Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
- Tourism & Hospitality
- Logistics & Transportation
- Government administration
- IT & Communications
- Entertainment & Media
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