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Covid19 has forced a rapid change in the way people work and where they work from around the world and in Singapore. Entire teams and businesses found themselves working remotely within a very short space of time last year. This has driven a need for companies to reassess how people work, how the output is measured, and what office space is required. It has also forced employees to set up workstations at home and reimagine their working weeks.


As vaccinations roll out and employees return to offices, we want to understand what this means for the future of work: how can organisations leverage the best parts of a work from home model with the benefits of in person interaction? How do we get the most efficient workforce and workspace? How do organisations keep employees happy and engaged while this new architecture is designed? Covid-19 has given us the unique opportunity to reimagine work – how do we capitalise on this?


Join us for a panel discussion with industry experts about what this means for the design of work, the design of the workplace, and worker wellbeing. This event will be of interest for business leaders, HR professionals and employees alike.

Apr 27, 2021

8 AM - 10 AM (GMT+8)

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SKAI Suites 3 & 4
Level 69, Swissotel, The Stamford
2 Stamford Road, 178882

Singapore, SG

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Agenda

  • 8 AM - 8:10 AMRegistration
    8:10 AM - 8:20 AMWelcome Address
    8:20 AM - 9:20 AMPanel Discussion
    9:20 AM - 9:50 AMQ & A
    9:50 AM - 10 AMEvent Ends

Speakers

  • Indranil Roy (HOST) (Lead, Future of Work at Deloitte)

    Indranil Roy (HOST)

    Lead, Future of Work at Deloitte

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  • Lisa Tay (VP & Head of Human Resources at Johnson & Johnson)

    Lisa Tay

    VP & Head of Human Resources at Johnson & Johnson

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  • Kevin Coppel (MD at Knight Frank Asia Pacific)

    Kevin Coppel

    MD at Knight Frank Asia Pacific

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  • Kirsty Hulston (Regional Director, Singapore of Hays Recruitment)

    Kirsty Hulston

    Regional Director, Singapore of Hays Recruitment

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  • Sarah O'Brien (Head Talent & Culture at ANZ Bank)

    Sarah O'Brien

    Head Talent & Culture at ANZ Bank

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  • Scott Clare (E&PS Asia Pacific Integrated Region and Major Projects at Exxon Mobil)

    Scott Clare

    E&PS Asia Pacific Integrated Region and Major Projects at Exxon Mobil

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Tickets

Member Ticket

Continental breakfast will be served.

Member Price S$60
Non-Member Ticket

Continental breakfast will be served.

S$80

Arrival and directional access

Please access via The Stamford Brasserie which is after the Swissotel lobby. Venue staff will be at the door to guide guests to Level 69. 

 

SKAI Suites

Located on Level 69 of Swissôtel The Stamford, the SKAI Suites offer unparalleled views of the Singapore skyline.

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