Past Events

Conference for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices 2018: Investing in our Human Capital to Co-Create Business Success

Date: 27 Apr, Fri, 2018

Time: 8:15 AM - 6:00 PM

Venue: Fairmont Singapore

Organised by: Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices

Who should attend: HR Practitioners and Employers

Synopsis:

Today's dynamic business environment makes it critical for businesses to transform in order to cope with future challenges.

How can you, as an employer, capitalise on today's frequent and disruptive changes? The key to this is investing in your human capital - your employees.​​

The Conference on Fair and Progressive Employment Practices 2018 brings to you some of the best local and international experts, leading employers, and academics where they will share employment trends, practical tips and insights to help you shape your future workforce and achieve business success. Click here​ for more details. 

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

Date: 29 Sep, Fri, 2017

Time: 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

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)

Organised by: Tripartite Alliance for Fair and Progressive Employment Practices

Who should attend: HR practitioners and work-life champions

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 prioritise 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 organisations 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.

Click here​ for more details. 


Flexible Work Arrangements as a Winning Strategy

Date: 10 Nov, Thu, 2016

Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Venue: Lifelong Learning Institute, Level 3, Lecture Theatre, 11 Eunos Road 8, Singapore 408601

Organised by: Singapore National Employers Federation and Tripartite Alliance for Fair & Progressive Employment Practices

Who should attend: Employers

Synopsis:

Flexible work arrangements (FWAs) have become a vital value proposition to engage talent and a survey conducted by the Ministry of Manpower in 2014 found that 47% of establishments provided at least one formal FWA, an increase from 38% in 2011.

Through this forum, discover how you can:

  • Create a more flexible organisation to better align the needs of businesses and employees
  • Attract, manage and retain top talent through an effective work-life strategy that engages, motivates and drives the performance of employees
  • Comply with the Employment (Part-Time Employees) Regulations
  • Tap on and reap the benefits of the Work-Life Grant
  • Improve employees' work-life balance through Travel Smart initiatives

Click here for more details.