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"Change is the only constant in the world" – the ever-changing competitors, technical iterations, the replacement of business rules, the migration of talent, etc. The pressures faced by enterprises are constantly coming from all sides. As these challenges continue to evolve, how do companies ensure that employees are able to adapt and create value?


We are now entering into VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity) area. How does the overall economy impact the Jingjinji (京津冀) Area and consequently, the Tianjin market? With more uncertainty upon us, we must ask:

  • What talent is valued the most?
  • What can we do to retain and motivate our key talent?
  • What are the reward trends that might provide insight for our future human resource practices?


At November's breakfast briefing, we are honored to have Amy Su, Principal of Career Business Leader, Mercer North China join us and share her insight on what is happening in rewards under the current economic outlook.

Speakers

  • Amy Su (Principal of Careel Business Leader, Mercer North China)

    Amy Su

    Principal of Careel Business Leader, Mercer North China

    •Amy has rich experience in human capital consulting area, she involves in many HR management projects for both major SOEs, local private companies and MNCs.
    •Her expertise is in job analysis, job evaluation, job architecture design, compensation structure design, benefits plan design and implementation, career framework design, post merger compensation and benefits harmonization, HR due diligence, etc.
    •She works with clients in different industries, e.g. oil and gas, energy utilities, hi tech, telecom, banking, insurance, securities, chemical, agro chemical, NGO, Real estate,Education, Internet, etc.
    •Prior to joining Mercer, Amy had been working in an prestigious global HR management consulting firm, where she focused on compensation solutions and benefits consulting.
    •Amy graduated from Beijing Foreign Studies University with a Bachelor degree in Arts. She also completed her graduate studies in HR Development and Management / Labour Economy at the Institute of Labour and Personnel College, People’s University.

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Agenda

7:15 AM - 7:30 AM
Registration and networking
7:30 AM - 9 AM
Breakfast with presentation

Tickets

AmCham Cardholder
Member Price RMB 120
Member Price (Pay at the door) RMB 120
Employee of Member Company
Standard Price RMB 120
Door Price RMB 120
Non-Members
Standard Price RMB 180
Door Price RMB 180