Text Resize

-A A +A

Facebook

LinkedIn

Search
Text resize

Main menu

Meeting the demand for flexibility – How do they do it?

Print

Event Date & Time: 
29 Sep 2017 - 09:00 to 11:00
Event Venue: 
TAFEP at Devan Nair Institute for Employment and Employability
80 Jurong East Street 21
Event Hall 1 Level 1
Singapore 609607
(nearest MRT: Jurong East)

 

Directions to DNI Event Hall 1

 

Meeting the demand for flexibility – How do they do it?

Synopsis

Don't miss this opportunity to network and gain valuable insights from ManpowerGroup’s findings on workplace flexibility. At this event, we will also update you on the new initiatives and programmes introduced recently by TAFEP and our tripartite partners.

ManpowerGroup Solutions’ latest white paper, Work, for Me, reveals that nearly 40% of global candidates list schedule flexibility as one of their top 3 factors when making career decisions. It is not just working mothers who desire flexibility, 45% of global male candidates value schedule flexibility too, showing that flexibility is fast becoming a gender-neutral issue.

In a separate ManpowerGroup’s white paper, Millennial Careers: 2020 Vision, reiterates the importance of schedule flexibility with a focus on millennials. It discovered that 86% of millennials prioritize time off as a motivator when deciding their career. They are concerned with finding a better work-life balance as most expect themselves to be working for the long haul, with 14% of millennials in Singapore expecting to work till they die.  Based on the survey of candidate demands, workplace flexibility is no longer an option for organizations that want to attract and retain top talent.

At this event, Josh Goh, Marketing Director at ManpowerGroup Singapore will speak about the white papers and present some plausible solutions for employers to meet candidates’ demands for flexibility while aligning with their own needs. He will also introduce 6 ways employers can use candidate preferences as an opportunity to improve their talent management strategy and better meet the demand for flexibility.

 

Speaker’s Bio:

Josh Goh joined ManpowerGroup Singapore in 2016 to direct both marketing and corporate communication functions within the workforce solutions company. Josh has more than 18 years’ experience in brand management, marketing and corporate communications, primarily in the staffing and education sector, and a strong passion for marketing and human resources. In his current role, Josh helps both ManpowerGroup and its clients to improve their marketing and branding messages so as to engage the right talent profiles. He also oversees marketing and communications for all brands under ManpowerGroup Singapore - Manpower, ManpowerGroup Solutions, Experis, Marks Sattin and Right Management.

In 2009, Josh was named one of the top 25 rising stars to look out for in the marketing and communications industry by Marketing Magazine.  A firm believer of fair employment practices, Josh writes and speaks in support of non-discriminatory hiring practices. He was invited to share his experience at the ASME and TAFEP’s “CEOs and Senior Leaders Fair Employment Practices Breakfast Networking Session” and TAFEP’s “Conference on Fair Employment Practices 2009”. In 2013, he was also named one of the winners under the Supportive Supervisor category in the Best Companies for Mums Award organised by NTUC Women’s Development Secretariat and Tripartite Alliance for Fair Employment Practices (TAFEP). 

Read more


Seats are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. So hurry, and reserve yours now!

 

Who Should Attend

Employers and HR Leaders

Registration is closed.

For any enquiries, please email: pledge@tafep.sg



By submitting this registration, I consent to TAFEP collecting, using and/or disclosing my personal data for the purpose of processing and managing my participation in the workshop in accordance with the Personal Data Protection Act.

Please refer to our website Privacy Statement for further details on our personal data policy.

Registration is closed.