ECCT HR Forum on Hybrid Working 疫後工作模式對勞動力與勞基法的挑戰
ECCT Committee Event HR Forum
Labour law and labour force challenges in the hybrid working era
Howard Shiu, Partner, Baker McKenzie, Taipei Office
Ted Yang, Associate Director, Health & Benefits, Willis Towers Watson Taiwan
Elysia Liu, Senior HR Manager, GSK Consumer Healthcare (Overseas) Ltd. Taiwan Branch
Andy Liu, Head of Health and Benefits, Willis Towers Watson Taiwan
Date: Friday, 12 November 2021
Time: 09:30 – 14:00 (Registration begins at 9:30)
Venue: B1 East Gate, Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel Taipei / 台北遠東香格里拉飯店 B1 怡東園
Address: 201 Tun Hwa South Road, Section 2, Taipei / 台北市大安區敦化南路二段201號
Almost two years since the onset of the global coronavirus pandemic, governments and corporations are still struggling to adjust to the new reality. Taiwan’s labour laws have not been adapted to the new phenomena of hybrid working and the gig economy. Meanwhile corporations are facing the challenges of attracting and retaining talent given the demands of employees which vary greatly according to industry sector, work function, age, and gender (to name just a few).
At this forum, our speakers will provide a comprehensive update on the current status and future direction of Taiwan’s labour laws and offer some best practices on how to satisfy the variety of needs of employees, and to keep them engaged and productive in the hybrid working era.
Among other topics, the following will be covered:
- How to navigate Taiwan’s labour laws for hybrid working – tips for employers
- How companies should optimise benefits programmes to attract and retain talent in terms of portfolio costs, employee experience, administration and operations, analytics, insights, and reporting
- Best practice sharing of employee benefits programmes and how to keep employees healthy, engaged, and productive in the hybrid working era.
Please note the following:
Participation may be limited based on Covid-19 restrictions at the time of the event. Affected members will be informed in advance if the number of registrations exceed the maximum number allowed.
To cancel without penalty, written cancellations must be received 24 hours prior to the event.
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