Enabling New Processes for Better HR Productivity

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Discover how Del Monte has embraced change to improve their HR enablement and output

According to a recent online survey, it was revealed that a higher percentage of ICT spending among enterprises in the Philippines and around South East Asia will be spent ‘on running business as usual with existing HR ICT systems’ than the percentage of ICT spending that would be used for ‘transforming businesses with new ICT systems’. And that here, is challenge number one: Should I upgrade or replace my current HR software?

Specifically, improving operation efficiency and increasing customer satisfaction were identified as the top two drivers for companies to continue their HR ICT investment in 2020. Challenge number two: How do I manage these expectations within a tight budget?

And most survey respondents confirmed that HR technology purchase decisions in their enterprises are jointly taken by all parties involved. Challenge number three: Should I manage this internally or engage an external partner?

Now, how would you and your team manage those challenges, if you were faced with them?

Hear Del Monte’s insights from Rob Escano, Head of Talent Management, where he shares his journey about creating new processes for a better HR enablement and output.

In this dialogue, he speaks about:

  • How he has identified the Company’s HR Business Needs and How to Close the Gaps.
  • Upgrading versus Replacing your HR Software and the Key Considerations behind that Decision
  • The Importance of Selecting the Right Partner for this Journey

And more!

Featured Speaker

Rob Escano

Head of Talent Management
Del Monte

Rob is an experienced HR Leader and Executive with a demonstrated history of transforming the Human Resources capability of the organizations that he has worked with. He is skilled in HR Business Partnering, Talent Management, Succession Planning, Organizational Development, Creative Problem Solving, Employee Engagement, Compensation, Benefits and Labor Relations.