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Event: Pay Trend and Benefits Seminar (Reward Strategies)

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Date:November 2017 (Fridaya Time: 9:00am 5:00pm
Venue: B/1 Regal Ballroom & Monaco Room, Regal Hong Kong Hotel

More Than Report Sharing: A New Merit Matrix for Talent Value – You'll see a big difference.

For decades, pay for performance has taken the form of raising base salaries based on ratings and compa-ratios; this creates differentiation, but puts enormous pressure on performance ratings and often fails to retain tomorrow's key talent. Come see a new model that aligns annual raises with talent value, a person’s forward-looking value to the company.

This conference features survey results on expertise and assignee packages, latest market trends and benchmarks, trends on pay adjustments over 15 countries including Hong Kong, China, Macau, Taiwan and India. It is aimed at helping HR practitioners, C&B specialists and business leaders to re-examine policies to match with corporate needs. Hundreds of peers join us annually in reviewing the past economic conditions and its impact on staff. Participants are also inspired by speakers’ pioneering insights into reshaping HR and C&B management for the future.

You will enjoy a great day of learning and networking opportunities, with strategies and visions shared by field experts and academia, including economists, HR professionals, legal advisors, as well as pay & benefits experts.


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Registration begins at 8:45am
0900-0930   Hong Kong’s Economic Trend 
Mr Rocky Tung, Senior Economist, Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce

0930-1000   HKIHRM 2017 Pay Trend Survey Result Highlights & 2018 Outlook 
Ms Alice Wong, Co-Chairperson, Remuneration Committee, Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management

1000-1045   Pay and Benefits Trends in Asia Pacific Region 
Ms Hyuna Choi, Principal, Career Business, Mercer Hong Kong

1045-1115   Coffee Tea Break (Souvenir presentation for speakers of AM session)
1115-1145   Legal Updates: Risk and Compliance Management 
Mr Hong Tran, Partner, Employment & Benefits, Mayer Brown JSM

1145-1215   Taxation Updates: Plan Before You Act!
Mr Murray Sarelius, Head of Global Mobility Services, KPMG China

1215-1245   HKIHRM 2017 Topical Study: Adoption of Technology in HR 
Ms Senna Cheung, Co-Chairperson, Remuneration Committee, Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management

1245-1400   Lunch Break (Registration begins at 13:45pm)
1400-1445   CEO Sharing: Retirement – A New Beginning 
Ms Ka Shi Lau, BBS, Managing Director & CEO, BCT Group

1445-1530   Flex and Wellness Without Spending More: Making the Business Case For Wellness in the Workplace 
Mr Bob Charles, Managing Director, Hong Kong, CXA Group

1530-1600   Coffee Tea Break (Souvenir presentation for speakers of PM session)
1600-1630   Belt & Road and Its Impact for Hong Kong – Global Relocation Trend and Pay Analysis 
Mr Lee Quane, Regional Director – Asia, ECA International

1630-1700   New Transformation – New Strategies on Pay and Performance Management: A New Merit Matrix for Talent Value 
Mr Thomas Farmer, CCP, SPHR, ACTA

HKIHRM closing

Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM) reserves the rights to change the event details without prior notice. All matters and disputes are subjected to the final decision of HKIHRM.


Press Release related to HKIHRM’s Pay Trend Survey

2017 January-June

²   HKIHRM: Pay Rise Adjusted Downward to Average 2.9% in 2017

²   HKIHRM: 2017年僱員平均基本薪金增幅2.9%

²   on.CC東方日報經濟前景不明朗 4成港青無信心來年加

²   大紀元港企業僱員平均加2.9% 2010年來新

²   SMB World Asia: HK’s small-sized firms offer higher average pay rise than bigger companies


²   hk01香港零一打工仔明年加薪3.5%  六年新



2017 Exhibitors & supporting Organisations:

 Platinum Sponsors

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Gold Sponsors

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Silver Sponsor

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 Souvenir Sponsor

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Enquiry: Please contact Learning & Development Department at  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

                 (852) 2837 3834 (for registration and general enquiry)

                 (852) 2837 3819 (for sponsor enquiry)


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