Addressing the manpower crunch in Singapore

Committee Meeting
French Gourmet, Human Resources, Luxury and Premium Retail, Digital Innovations and Marketing
 
Date and Time: 
01 Feb 2018
08:30 to 10:00
Thursday, 1 February, 2018 - 08:30 to 10:00
Address: 
French Chamber Meeting Room, 541 Orchard Road, #09-01 Liat Towers, Singapore 238881
Registration Dates: 
20 Dec 2017
to
31 Jan 2018

In light of the labour crunch in Singapore, businesses are experiencing difficulty in addressing manpower needs. 

 

Increasingly, many organizations are turning to hiring staffs on a contractual or temporary basis as a cost-effective means to meet short term staffing needs.

 

With the advent of technology, organizations are well-positioned to capitalize on HR tech to solve their manpower needs, freeing them time to serve their customers better.

 

In this sharing session, Anu Shah, Co-founder and CEO of UShift Southeast Asia will share insights into how they hope to finally solve the short-term staffing issues that most businesses experienced.

 

About the speaker

Anu is the Co-founder and CEO of UShift - Southeast Asia. She has 11 years of work experience spanning across 7 countries in 4 continents (North America, Europe, Asia and Africa). She started her career in marketing and branding in FMCG space.

 

However in last 5 years, she has worked as Private Equity Professional, Management Consultant and M&A professional with global firms such as A.T.Kearney and EY. Additionally, she also ran a startup accelerator called 'EFI Hub' focused on mentoring business in tech space in emerging and frontier markets.

 

Anu holds a degree in Business Administration from the University of Leeds and Private Equity and Capital Markets Investment from Harvard University.

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