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
French Chamber Meeting Room, 541 Orchard Road, #09-01 Liat Towers, Singapore 238881
Registration Dates: 
20 Dec 2017
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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