Current HR Climate in ASEAN Countries
The business landscape in the last year has changed, with many being moved out of their comfort zones and regularities. As businesses focus on re-calibrating and driving new possibilities, human capital remains equally, if not more, important.
Join 6 Mazars experts across Southeast Asia as they share their take on the changes in the labour market and how these will impact human capital management in their respective countries.
Here’s what you’ll be taking away from this Webinar:
- Insights into the labour market situation within the ASEAN region
- Support schemes and/or best practices in the region to help businesses manage manpower cost/issues
- Local regulations and/or best practices in protecting and safeguarding our human capital
Our experts will answer your burning questions LIVE during the webinar.
- Iris GohAssociate Director of Human Resources, Mazars in Singapore
Iris Goh is the Associate Director – Human Resources for Mazars in Singapore with more than 20 years of solid working experience She has more than 23 years of diverse working experience spanning across areas such as Corporate Secretarial, Business Development, Human Resources, and an educator specialising in teaching HR at tertiary level. Iris holds an MBA majoring in Human Resource Management, a BBA majoring in Finance and a post-graduate certificate from the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, UK.
Her career journey offers her diverse experience and opportunities covering Asia regions. She is skilled in handling employee lifecycle management, total rewards and compensations, training and development, mentoring and coaching, as well as developing strategic HR practices and solutions.
- Jack NguyenPartner, Business Development, Mazars Vietnam
With nearly 25 years of international executive accounting, finance and investments experience, having worked in Canada, the United States and Vietnam; Jack has advised numerous foreign investors entering and operating in Vietnam
He also has experience in performing statutory audits in Vietnam, Canada and United States, accounting and payroll outsourcing, corporate secretarial, SOX 404 and internal audits, compliance, process improvements, investor relations, corporate finance, planning and forecasting, tax and cash management.
- Kodchakorn Kum-iemDirector, legal services Mazars Thailand
Kodchakorn Kum-iem provides a broad range of legal advice on various types of joint venture agreements, foreign investment laws, corporate structuring/restructuring, commercial contracts, labour laws, mergers and acquisitions and registration and licensing requirements.
She was involved in working for domestic and multinational clients in a variety of business activities; including manufacturing, trading, services, e-commerce, etc. And also experienced in obtaining business licenses, e.g. recruitment license and factory license. She provided company secretarial services for a reputation public listed company. Focusing on the investment laws, she succeeded in obtaining a number of investment promotions.
- Ronald RomeroHR Manager Mazars Philippines
Ronald has a total of fifteen years of experience as a human resource professional gained from both multinational firms and established medium enterprises. Throughout his career, he has demonstrated his expertise in talent acquisition and onboarding, auditing & reviewing human resources policies & procedure to comply with both the labor and international compliance standards, developing and executing targeted learning development programs, initiating employee safety and risk management programs, coaching performance management to personnel, and leading and organizing overall HR back-office activities.
- Sebastien GautierManaging Partner of Mazars in Indonesia
Sebastien has led the practice of Mazars in Indonesia since 2014. He has over 19 years of professional experience of which 9 years with Mazars. Prior to joining Mazars in Indonesia, Sebastien worked with KPMG France and KPMG Indonesia. His experience includes the conduct of financial audits of multinational companies (ICOFR, IFRS, statutory audits) mostly in the oil & gas, mining, manufacturing and services industries. He assisted clients for listing on the Indonesia stock exchange and for issuance of international bonds. He has been involved in multiple due diligences engagements for acquisition projects in Indonesia.
Sebastien advises international investors looking to establish businesses in Indonesia.
- Sim Yee YapHead of Outsourcing Operations Mazars Malaysia
Sim Yee has 5 years of audit and assurance experience with a Public Accounting firm before joining Mazars in 2011, before transferring to the Accounting & Outsourcing team within Mazars in 2012. She has 9 years of professional experience providing accounting, financial reporting, indirect tax, payroll and corporate secretarial services to international clients doing business in Malaysia and is a member of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA) and CPA Australia.