SwedCham and its People and Culture Committee have put together a panel with decades of shared experience in the field of foreign talent acquisition. And seats are selling out fast. Be sure to reserve your spot.
The issue of foreign talent acquisition does not leave any international business operating in Singapore untouched. This event is an opportunity to learn from the best: how to navigate the Singaporean human resource landscape.
SwedCham members enjoy membership rate, but please note that members are welcome to invite connections from their professional networks that also have stakes in this hot topic.
Drinks and finger food will be served.
Last day to register is February 23.
Fee: S$25 for SwedCham members, S$40 for guests
Meet the Panelists
Mr Ash Mishra
Mr Mishra, Head of Talent Management at Ericsson in Asia, will share Ericsson’s experience from being on the MoM watchlist last year, managing to move out of the list before the end of the year.
On top of his Talent Management role, Mr Mishra holds the position as Head of HR for Ericsson’s Singapore and Brunei operations.
Ms Isabelle Larche
Ms Larche is the co-founder and Director of Timeo-Performance and Akteos Asia (Executive Search, Training and HR Consultancy for APAC). She will share the lessons learned from her 10 years of recruitment experience for international and local clients.
Ms Larche is the Vice President of the French Chamber of Commerce and Trade Counsellor (Singapore Chapter) to the French Embassy. Ms Larche is also a well renowned and frequently published author to news articles about the Talent Management industry.
Mr Mark Amatya
Mr Amatya, Global Mobility Director with PwC, will provide insights from his over 10 years’ of experience from coordinating the delivery of compliance and advisory services across the region to some of PwC’s largest global engagements.
Mark has also lead projects assisting SMEs and MNCs to manage people working internationally through designing governance frameworks; crafting suitable contracts and other supporting documentation; designing compensation strategies and negotiating rulings from local tax/social security authorities.
Meet the Moderator
Ms Emma Noguchi
Ms Noguchi, Director at Mercury Urval, is a frequently appointed moderator and panellist at high level Human Capital events. As a Director and Team Leader at Mercuri Urval Asia, Emma leads a team of consultants that provides Human Capital Consulting, Executive Search, Assessments and Coaching services to various multinationals across the Asia-Pacific.