|Virtual participation only. Please register to receive the Zoom link.|
2021 was a challenging year for everyone as the pandemic played out, adversely affecting and substantially changing the entire employment market. With great resilience and optimism, businesses and employees are planning for a new year with more goals to achieve and challenges to tackle.
To help employers and recruiters nationwide prepare for their workforce plans of 2022, ManpowerGroup Vietnam and AmCham Vietnam are jointly hosting the webinar “Emerging Labour Market Trends & Employment Insights for 2022”.
We will be discussing how the latest data from our recently released “Total Workforce Insights Global Report 2022” can benefit both short and long term workforce planning, including an analysis of emerging labour trends every employer should be aware of. Furthermore, the webinar will also reveal the findings from our latest “Vietnam Employment Outlook Survey Q1 & Q2, 2022” and provide you with employment trends, insights, industry trends and HR statistics for Vietnam.
- Highlights of Vietnam’s total workforce index 2021 (Overall, Availability, Regulation, Cost Efficiency, Productivity)
- Emerging labour trends in 2022
- Recruitment demand and HR insights of Vietnam in Q1 & Q2, 2022
- Sustainable sourcing for E-commerce and Logistics
Who Should Attend
The event is ideal for business leaders and executives in recruitment, human resources and talent acquisition. It is also useful for professionals working on organizational development and strategic planning.
|10:30 AM||Opening remarks|
|10:35 AM||Emerging Labour Market Trends & Employment Insights for 2022|
|11:05 AM||Sustainable sourcing in 2022|
|11:30 AM||Panel discussion – Q&A|
|AmCham Members: VND 200,000 | Non-members: VND 350,000|
|Reservations/cancellations must be received by 24 hours before the event, and must be made on-line or by email. We are unable to accept reservations/cancellations by telephone.|
Regional Brand leader for Manpower and Head of Regional Sales, APME
A Chemical Engineer by training; and over 20 years’ experience in the HR services industry in Europe, the Middle East and Asia; Sam has a wealth of experience in the implementation of HR solutions and best practices gained from working with a wide range of local and multinational organizations.Sam joined ManpowerGroup in 1999 and headed up the Manpower Singapore operation till March 2003. In 2003 Sam was appointed Regional Account Director with the Manpower Asia regional office and promoted to Field Development Director for Asia Pacific in 2007.In 2011, Sam was promoted to Managing Director of Experis, the ManpowerGroup’s professional services arm, for Asia Pacific and theMiddle East, whilst retaining responsibility for the ManpowerGroup operations in Malaysia. In 2014 Sam took over responsibility for ManpowerGroup’s Managed Services solutions including development and delivery of MSP solutions in Asia Pac & the Middle East. He is the regional sponsor forMSP and Sales. Sam joined the executive committee of the Call Centre Council of Singapore (CCCS) in 1999, became chairman in 2002 and led theformation of the Contact Centre Association of Singapore (CCAS) and remained as Chairman till 2009 when he relocated to Malaysia. Sam is a regular speaker on trends in the changing world of work including trends in talent attraction and retention, how to drive productivity of the workforce and re-skilling talent to meet the demands of rapidly changing work environment. Sam has advised government agencies on re-skilling workforces and establishing long term strategies to address skill shortages.
|Nguyen Xuan Son
Operation Manager, Staffing & Outsourcing Services, ManpowerGroup Vietnam
Son Nguyen has 8 years of experience in HR consulting service and 2 years as internal HR, focusing on Talent Management and Learning and Organization Development in a multinational Insurance company. In combination with his Business Development background, his expertise also includes strong customer service knowledge and customer focused mindset.Son worked with ManpowerGroup Vietnam for 5 years as external HR Consultant before taking the lead of Enterprise Account as Operations Manager, Outsourcing and Staffing Service.Previously, Son had 5 years of work experience in different international hotels & resorts in Vietnam, Asia and Europe across all main departments.
|Tracey Trang Do
Head of HR, Shopee
Tracey is an experienced HR professional in managing consulting and technology industries. She started her HR career at McKinsey & Company, leading recruiting initiatives in various Asia-Pacific and Africa locations ranging from fresh graduates to experienced hires. Currently, Tracey is managing the HR function of Shopee and AirPay in Vietnam.Tracey graduated from National University of Singapore with a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering. During her spare time, she enjoys reading, trekking and traveling.
Executive Director, AmCham Vietnam
Mary Tarnowka joined AmCham Vietnam as Executive Director in August 2019. She continues to carry out AmCham’s long-term mission to strengthen the U.S.-Vietnam trade and investment partnership and serve as the “voice of American business” in Vietnam, established when it was founded informally just after the trade embargo was lifted in 1994. Under her leadership, AmCham Vietnam has been revitalized. It is one of the largest, diverse, and inclusive foreign business associations in Vietnam. Its network of active committees and extensive range of events provide members valuable opportunities for professional networking, business intelligence, advocacy, and business promotion. AmCham strives to be the most strategic and influential business association in Vietnam – that drives innovation and sustainable growth and helps its members succeed. A community you want to join!
Mary is an international trade and economic expert with decades of experience managing organizations and policy advocacy in Asia. Prior to joining AmCham, Mary served as the U.S. Consul General in Ho Chi Minh City. As a career diplomat and member of the Senior Foreign Service, Mary has served throughout the Indo-Pacific region, including postings in Seoul, Delhi, Shanghai, and Taipei, as well as at the State Department’s China Desk and the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative. Before joining the State Department, Mary worked as a CPA and Tax Manager at KPMG’s San Francisco Office. Mary also serves as a Director on the Board of VinaCapital GS Energy.