Human Resources Online: What Matters Most To Employees?

Jun 17, 2016 1 Min Read


Understanding employee needs in an era where they are no longer satisfied working only for monetary gain is a challenge faced globally.

Where purpose drives fulfilment and job satisfaction, employee compensation and benefits play a significant role in facilitating rewarding work experiences.

Understanding the importance of compensation and benefits is critical to overall growth and evolution of an organisation.

A working environment where employees feel valued, satisfied and secure, boosts morale, motivation, creativity, loyalty, and also minimises an organisation’s turnover rate.

It is crucial therefore to better understand methods in resolving compensation and benefits challenges, and how to strategically implement employee benefits that are not just “nice to hear,” but directly address employee needs.

In addition, it is necessary to take into consideration the need to maintain, if not, lower business costs.

All these and more will be discussed and shared at the Employee Benefits Asia 2016, a two-day conference tailored for human resources (HR) leaders who desire to be equipped with current industry insights and strategies to transform HR practices into effective business goals.

Since its launch in 2012, Employee Benefits Asia has risen to become Asia’s largest conference for HR professionals seeking to optimise on the latest developments in the field of HR from leading global industries.

This year’s installation is set to cover the trends, challenges and strategic implementation in workforce compensation and benefits. The conference will be held on 17−18 August at Connexion@Nexus, Malaysia and 2−3 August in Singapore.

Here’s why you need to attend this:
1. Learn how to engage your staff by giving them recognition in meaningful and relevant ways.

2. Gain industry insights and real implementation stories.

3. Meet over 200 HR professionals and rewards experts to exchange insights and best practices.

4. Expand your network with C-level executives, HR directors, and Compensation and Benefits leaders across different industries.

5. Explore opportunities for increasing employee value proposition without increasing costs.

6. Learn how to attract, engage, and retain top talents through cost-effective benefits and enhancing flexibility at the workplace.

7. Deliver reward programmes that are cost-effective and drive performance improvement.

8. Learn how to improve work-life balance in the workplace to boost workforce agility.

A critical element in attracting, recruiting, and retaining the cream of the crop is a benefits programme that effectively addresses their needs. —Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources magazine.


Leaderonomics is a proud media partner of Human Resources Online for Employee Benefits Asia 2016.

To find out more and to register, head over here.

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