The Great Reshuffle over the past year put employee experience at the top of the corporate agenda, implying that if organisations want to win the race for talent, they need to create a workplace where well-being and culture thrive. Understanding the experience gaps and making sure that employees have the right tools and tech to strive have become critical for HR and business leaders today.
HR has finally seized its new role as a strategic partner pivotal to larger business priorities. In addition to the intensifying digital capabilities, they now also realise that success comes from knowing people and understanding that the change that we’re all experiencing is going to be limitless. Now what we need to decode next is how HR adapts cohesively to the changes to enhance the employee lifecycle.
In the third episode of 'The new rules of HR transformation in 2023' interview series hosted by ETHRWorld Southeast Asia in collaboration with Alight Solutions, Wiwik Wahyuni, Chief People Officer at Home Credit Indonesia, Anirban Das, VP- Professional Services and Payroll (APAC) at Alight Solutions & Yasmin Taj - Editor at ET International (HR & CIO) gathered to discuss the different stages of HR transformation, the challenges that stand in the way, and the tools and technologies that can be used progressively to upgrade and transform the world of work.
Also, in case you missed it, here are the links to our previous episodes with Kelly Chua, Global Head of HR at ASMPT & Peck Kem Low, CHRO & Advisor at Public Service Division, The Prime Minister's Office of Singapore