November 30, 2022

Revolutionizing human capital management

by Jaafar Mohamed

A few representatives from PEOPLElogy Group were blessed with the opportunity to attend the insightful and impactful HRD Corp event titled the “National Human Capital Conference and Exhibition 2022 (NHCCE)” at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC) on the 29th and 30th November 2022.

Implementing an efficient HR ecosystem in an organization is vital to sustaining its business, especially in this digital era. The COVID-19 pandemic brought about many unprecedented changes to the workplace model and highlighted the importance of organizations keeping up with contemporary business practices such as adopting digital technologies in HR. Remote work and the hybrid work model quickly rose in popularity in the workplace to emphasize the importance of social distancing and prioritize the health and safety of fellow workers.

As strict COVID-19 restrictions were lifted, HR specialists nationwide realized that the implementation of transformation initiatives is just as important to meet the demands of the post-pandemic business model, in terms of recovery and ramping up efforts to enhance organizational growth.

Hence, the NHCCE event is an impactful platform to equip HR professionals with the skills and knowledge required to help employees smoothly transition back to the norms of the physical workplace model, whilst also working diligently towards creating a sustainable HR management system.

This event, focused on HR 5.0, imparted valuable insights and knowledge about how to manage the current pool of workplace talents, as well as in the future. Flexible work arrangements, strategic workforce planning and management, and developing an efficient HR tech ecosystem are among the significant talking points at the two-day event.

Our representatives from PEOPLElogy Group, who hosted exhibition booths A60 and A61 at the event, used our strategic positioning as one of the leading people development solution providers in Malaysia (and soon-to-be Southeast Asia) by capitalizing on our expertise to help individuals and organizations enhance their individual and organizational growth.

Overall, the event proved impactful not only to our fellow PEOPLElogists, but also to our marketing efforts as a solutions provider for businesses looking to improve on their human capital and digital transformation efforts. Going digital is no longer a necessity, but a MUST. If you have any thoughts on how organizations can improve their HR practices, leave your comment in the “Leave a Reply” section below.

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