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  • A Look at Diversity and Inclusion in Japan
    Hosted by: Facebook

    A Look at Diversity and inclusion in Japan Kicking off our first roundtable in Japan for 2018, we had the pleasure of co-hosting a diversity and inclusion discussion at Facebook’s Tokyo offices in late January. In attendance were HR leaders from AIG, Amazon, Astellas, AXA, BlackRock, Bloomberg, Brown Brothers, Chanel, Elekta, Genpact, Goldman Sachs, IBM, Jaguar Land Rover, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Nissan, PAREXEL, Siemens, UBS, and Wipro. It was a packed room with a variety of industry representatives, with discussions focused around how they are addressing the crucial topic of diversity and inclusion in their organizations and industries. Below…

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  • Facebook Hosts ChapmanCG in London – In With the Old and Out With the New for Talent Management?
    Hosted by: Facebook

    ChapmanCG was delighted to welcome 25 Global HR and Talent leaders to the London offices of Facebook in March to discuss the key topics on their talent agendas, as we approach the end of the first quarter of 2016. Ben Davies, ChapmanCG Managing Director EMEA, co-facilitated the Group along with host Bronwyn White, EMEA Staffing Head for Facebook. In With the Old? Where are Talent Acquisition leaders spending their budgets in 2016? It seems a handful will be going back to initiatives that might be considered ‘old’. One attendee commented that rather than develop more candidate management and assessment platforms,…

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  • Regional C&B Leaders on Total Rewards and Talent Collaboration
    Hosted by: Facebook

    On November 3rd, ChapmanCG brought together a group of senior Compensation & Benefits leaders at the brand new offices of Facebook’s regional headquarters in Singapore. Genevieve Lim, Facebook’s APAC Head of C&B, and Pei Hwei, Benefits Lead, co-hosted an insightful roundtable session which explored the topic of Total Rewards, including closer collaboration with Talent/OD. Attendees from a range of industries and organisations were present including Bank of Tokyo, BAT, Credit Suisse, DHL, eBay, First Data, Fonterra, GSK, ING, JLL, JP Morgan, Mitsubishi, Monsanto, Nielsen, Noble Group, Pall, SAP, Unilever and Veritas. The following article provides an overview and some key…

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  • Reinventing the Wheel of Performance Management
    Hosted by: Facebook

    “Is that even possible?” “Performance management without numbers? Try selling that idea to my 1000+ operating staff on the ground.” “Actually, I’ve heard it works.” These were just some of the reactions buzzing around the room when ChapmanCG and the NeuroLeadership Institute (NLI) came together in June this year to co-host an HR leadership discussion on the topic, ‘Kill your performance ratings’ held at the trendy Facebook offices in Singapore. Revisiting the way companies carry out their employees’ performance reviews has been a discussion topic of choice among HR leaders for quite some time now. More and more organisations are…

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  • HR at Facebook
    Hosted by: Facebook

    In more than 500 HR Leader meetings, I have never attended a more interesting and thought-provoking session than the one at Facebook in New York on Friday 24 April. Along with 25 Global HR Leaders, as well as Stefanie Cross-Wilson and Alan Mait from ChapmanCG, we heard Madan Nagaldinne, HR Leader for The Americas, talk about the way Human Resources operates at Facebook. I think it would be fair to say that everyone left the session reflecting on how unique the HR strategy is in this $US 15 billion company that is still only 10 years old. The relative youth…

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  • Do HR Leaders Have to be Social?
    Hosted by: Facebook

    The question we are really asking is ‘Are social media skills a must for HR professionals?’ The Chapman Consulting Group recently held a networking session at the offices of Facebook in Singapore where this topic was discussed among thirty HR Leaders from a range of industries. 90% of those in attendance rated social media high on their current HR agendas, and throughout the discussion it was clear that the spread and prevalence of social networking is having a massive impact on how HR operates today. Changing Landscape Ten years ago, Facebook didn’t exist, fast forward to 2012 and the company…

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