- Type :Webinar
- Date :Apr 16, All day, 2013
With a population of 1.3 billion, human resources remains China’s most essential resource. China's Generation Y now makes up 60% of the nation's workforce. With different expectations and goals, managing Gen Y has created new challenges for China's HR managers. Over the last two decades double digit growth primarily fuelled by the manufacturing sector enabled China to enjoy success even with moderate levels of leadership capability. However, the shift to a knowledge based economy is changing the face of leadership in China and significantly raising the bar for managers and leaders to achieve success. To compound the challenge, recent single digit growth has sparked adjustments in hiring practices and companies are no longer able to rely on huge pay increases to lure top talent. These changes provide both opportunities and challenges for European SMEs in China.
Join this webinar where HR strategist Elisa Mallis will share the latest developments and trends in:
• The biggest HR Challenges in China
• The latest attrition and wage data and the impacts
• What Chinese Generation Y professionals are really looking for
• Latest Talent Sourcing Strategies for SMEs to consider
Elisa Mallis is an experienced Human Capital Consultant and Executive Coach with a passion for developing people and their global mindset. She has consulted to numerous multi-national companies across the United States, Europe and Asia over the last 14 years. Elisa is currently the Head of Executive Coaching at Management Development Services China and the Chair of the European Chamber of Commerce HR Forum in Beijing. Prior to MDS, Elisa spent 10 years at Accenture, working as a Management Consultant in the areas of human capital strategy, talent management, coaching and leadership effectiveness. Her last role at Accenture was Human Capital Strategy Lead for Asia Pacific. Prior to working in Asia, Elisa provided consulting and coaching to numerous Accenture Fortune 500 clients across the United States and Europe. Elisa has earned a Masters in Organizational Psychology and a Master of Education in Counselling Psychology both from Columbia University in New York City. She has lived and worked in 16 different countries and has been based in Beijing since 2007.
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