RSVP, We, Apr 6 Total Rewards Strategy for a Diverse, Intergenerational Workforce

Total Rewards Strategy for A Diverse, Intergenerational Workforce

WHEN: Wed, April 6 from 5:30pm – 8:30pm
WHERE: Sofitel Saigon Plaza, 3F, 17 Le Duan Boulevard, Dist. 1, HCMC

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Event Background

Many organizations look at compensation as key to attracting and retaining talent, often neglecting other aspects of the overall employment offering. The competition for younger, talented employees in particular, is one major challenge facing organizations in Vietnam today. A diverse intergenerational workforce requires creativity and flexibility on the part of organizations, in order to maximize its employer value proposition to employees of different life stages and needs.

Su-Yen Wong, Mercer’s Managing Director for ASEAN, will examine various elements of the total rewards framework which will help organizations achieve a higher level of staff attraction, retention and engagement necessary for the sustainble growth of their business. These include flexible benefit programs to cater to individual needs, development and career options through which employees can develop and progress through the organization, as well as work-life strategies that can enable employees to lead healthy and fulfilled lives in and outside of work.


5:30pm Registration of Participants
6:00pm Welcome and Introduction
.Presentation on Total Rewards Strategy for A Diverse, Intergenerational Workforce
6:45pmNetworking Cocktail
8:30pmEvent ends

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vnd 550,000/member, vnd 650,000/non-member

About the speaker

Su-Yen Wong, Senior Partner and Managing Director of Mercer, ASEANSu-Yen Wong, Sr Partner & Managing Director, Mercer ASEAN brings twenty years’ experience helping companies develop business and organization strategies, improve operations, manage risk, and effectively implement change through their people practices.

Previously she was a Director at Oliver Wyman (Mercer Management Consulting) where she advised clients across North America and Asia in the high-tech, financial services, oil and gas, retail, and consumer goods industries. She was also Managing Partner for the Communications, Information, and Entertainment (CIE) practice in Asia. She has advised clients across Asia since 1995, and has previously been based in Boston, Bangkok, Seoul, and Hong Kong.

Su-Yen is a frequent speaker at conferences in Asia, including events organized by the Economist and Business Week. She is co-author of the Asian edition of How Digital is Your Business? (Crown Business, 2000). She has published articles and is often quoted in journals including the Economist, Wall Street Journal, The Straits Times and Business Times.

She is a regular commentator on news media such as CNBC and Bloomberg. In addition, she is a regular guest speaker at executive education programs at the National University of Singapore, Singapore Management University, and INSEAD.

She brings significant knowledge of human capital issues in the region, and led the study of Progressive Labour Practices to Enhance the Competitiveness of ASEAN, conducted by Mercer, on behalf of the ASEAN Secretariat’s Ad-Hoc Working Group on Progressive Labour Practices, and the Ministry of Manpower, Singapore.
Previously, Su-Yen held product management responsibilities at Microsoft Corporation, and at Hallmark Cards. She also served as head of marketing for a technology solutions provider in the US. She received a B.A. (summa cum laude) in music and computer science from Linfield College and an M.B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is an active member of the Young Presidents’ Organization, and is on the Board of Directors, National Kidney Foundation.

About Mercer

Mercer is a leading global provider of consulting, outsourcing and investment services. Mercer works with clients to solve their most complex benefit and human capital issues, designing and helping manage health, retirement and other benefits. It is a leader in benefit outsourcing. Mercer’s investment services include investment consulting and multi-manager investment management. Mercer’s 18,000 employees are based in more than 40 countries. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., which lists its stock (ticker symbol: MMC) on the New York, Chicago and London stock exchanges. For more information,

About TalentNet

Talentnet, formerly Human Resource Services of PricewaterhouseCoopers Vietnam, which operated throughout Indochina. This business has been a market leader in its sector for many years and PricewaterhouseCoopers was proud of the position it had achieved and its ability to provide outstanding services to clients. Potential conflicts of interest meant that this executive recruitment service was not core to PwC Vietnam’s strategy going forward. The Human Resource Services team enthusiastically grasped the challenge of taking on the ownership and development of this service in the Vietnamese market, and TalentNet was founded in 2007.

From March 2008, Talentnet became a distributor of products and services of Mercer, a leading global provider of HR consulting, outsourcing and investment services. This further strengthened Talentnet’s aim of becoming the leading human resource consulting company in Vietnam.

About Mercer Information Product Solutions Business

Mercer Information Product Solutions Business (IPS) brings together our worldwide human resource information capabilities to help improve our clients’ strategic decisions for their human capital assets. Through proprietary survey data and decision-support tools, we provide best-in-class information, unsurpassed global reach, dedicated support services and innovative solutions to help clients optimize business performance locally, regionally and globally.

Currently, Mercer provides services to over 25,000 clients in more than 40 countries. Mercer Information Products Solutions (IPS) offers advice, data and tools to human resources and human capital decision makers, working for local and international organizations from across all industries. With Vietnam experiencing such phenomenal growth in the recent years, demand for these offerings is increaseing, particularly in terms of data driven products and services from this IPS division.

To succeed, businesses need reliable compensation and benefits information, as well as benchmarking and insights to help organizations manage talent, including local hires and individuals recruited to take an assignment in Vietnam on both a long-and short-term basis. Human resource professionals in Vietnam can now be assured of access to tools and reference material in the form of human resource data and intelligence in defined industries, across multiple functions, which are invaluable in helping them plan the human resource strategy for the business.

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