Non-Cash Rewards & Recognition, Flexible Benefits, Performance-Based Bonus,
Employee Health Benefits & Data Analytics
Learn the latest by attending Employee Benefits Asia 2015

Asia Pacific – Shifting economic conditions has prompted the evolution of compensation & benefits strategy. How do the best companies recognise what compensation and benefits (C&B) strategies work and then execute correctly?

Human Resources has introduced a powerhouse line-up of speakers to answer those questions for Employee Benefits Asia 2015, Asia’s longest-running regional conference dedicated to compensation & benefits.

“We came up with a list of high performers who can share holistic and practical insights on how the latest tools and practices in HR are changing the development and administration of employee compensation,” said Aditi Sharma Kalra, regional editor of Human Resources.

“Participants at Employee Benefits Asia will learn from senior HR practitioners with decades of experience and solid industry credentials.”

Bitasta Mehta, C&B director of Nielsen, is bringing her 10 years of HR experience to explain how data-driven decisions are made to improve compensation initiatives.

Mehta worked with companies such as Mercer, GE Capital, and AMP Capital Investors before joining Nielsen.

Her expertise revolves around total rewards systems, with extensive and in-depth experience in the area of rewards and talent management as well as strong exposure to compensation management.

Akmal Niza Bt Ahmad, head of compensation & benefits & human capital management at Petronas, will join the conversation on predicting the future of C&B and other relevant details, such as economic outlooks, salary increments, C&B costs, and workforce needs.

Her strengths as an HR practitioner with almost 20 years of working experience are providing advisory services and formulating & designing total reward programs which cater to different talent segments across the globe.

Currently she is in charge of designing and formulating comp & ben programs for Petronas’ local and international operations based on UK/Europe, Latin America, Canada, Middle East, Central Asia, Africa, and Asia Pacific.

Chinmay Sharma is head of human resources in Hong Kong, Macau & Asia Headquarters at Philip Morris International.

He graduated in Economics & Political Science followed by an MBA in human resources and underwent an executive programme in human resources from School of Industrial and Labour Relations at Cornell University.

He is passionate about developing diverse teams and implementing programs that will help align culture with the company’s vision and mission. During the event, he will explain the role of C&B in achieving work-life balance or implementing flexible time arrangements.

Other companies joining the roster of presenters in Employee Benefits Asia are Maxis, Nestle, MasterCard, Wentworth, SAS, Fuji Xerox, and many more.

All presenters & panellists are director or vice president level HR professionals with regional responsibility.

Employee Benefits Asia is a two-day conference taking place in three cities, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Hong Kong. Aside from keynote presentations, there will be case study presentations, interactive panel discussions and networking opportunities.

To get a global and pan-Asian view of C&B and employee rewards strategy and to increase your knowledge and skills across the C&B spectrum, do not miss Employee Benefits Asia.

To review the topics & agenda, check out the stellar speaker list and reserve your seat visit For inquiries, please contact Seraphine Neoh on +65 6423 0329 or email

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