HR Connect

2 Runs - 2 August 2018 and 3 August 2018 10 Shenton Way, #13-07/08 MAS Building, Singapore 079117

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IBF will launch in August this year the IBF Careers Connect, which will provide individuals with access to career advisory and job matching services. The functions of the Financial Industry Career Advisory Centre (FiCAC), currently managed by the Employment and Employability Institute (e2i), will be incorporated under IBF Careers Connect. In connection with this, IBF, together with partners from e2i, National Trade Union Congress (NTUC) and Workforce Singapore (WSG), are pleased to invite your HR leaders to our inaugural HR Connect for the banking sector. As part of this briefing and networking session, we will touch on IBF’s expanded mandate and how we could support financial institutions as you hire, upskill and re-skill employees for digital transformation and business change. We will also provide an update on workforce grants that have recently been introduced, and have invited SSG and IHRP who will share more about the recently launched HR skills framework and certification.
We look forward to welcoming you at the new IBF Careers Connect.

Event Details
 Event: HR Connect
 Date:  Please select one (1) run:
 1st Run - 2 August 2018
 2nd Run - 3 August 2018
 Time: 4.00pm - 6.00pm (both runs)
 Venue: The Institute of Banking & Finance (IBF)
 Multi-Purpose/Conference Room
 10 Shenton Way
 #13-07/08 MAS Building
 Singapore 079117

 Time Activity
 4.00pm    Welcome Remarks
 Lydia Wee, Deputy CEO, IBF
  Sharing by e2i on Worforce Grants
 The session will cover tools available to support workforce
 developments and jobs such as enhanced worklife grant, career trial etc.
  Sharing by SSG and IHRP on HR Skills Framework and
  Q&A and Networking
 Tour @ IBF
 6.00pm End of Event

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