HR Forum and Great Place To Work: Wellbeing in the Digital Era

Event overview

Workforce digitalisation is the process of using digital technologies to transform the way people work and collaborate. The digital era and transformation have brought benefits to the workplace, such as increased productivity, flexibility, and collaboration. However, it also poses challenges to employee well-being, such as stress, burnout, isolation, and digital fatigue. 

How can your organisations promote employee well-being in the context of workforce digitalisation?

Join us in this interactive event organised by RMIT University Vietnam and co-hosted by Great Place To Work, where we will explore the latest research and best practices on well-being in the digital era. You will learn how to assess the impact of digitalisation on employee well-being and performance from HR experts from leading multinational corporations – Coca-Cola, RMIT, and VNG! 

This event is designed for HR professionals, managers, leaders, and college students interested in improving employee well-being and productivity in the digitising society and workplace. You will have opportunities to network with other industry practitioners, share your experiences and challenges, and get practical tips and tools to apply in your own context. 

Take advantage of this chance to learn how to boost employee well-being and productivity with RMIT and Great Place To Work!


Why can't you miss this event?

Explore the intersection of workforce digitalisation and employee well-being

Best practices in promoting employee well-being

Meet the experts shaping the discussion

Gain insights from HR leaders at Coca-Cola, RMIT, and VNG

Our speakers

Huynh Thi Ngoc Truc

Vice President - People, Coca-Cola Beverages, Vietnam

Pham Thi Thu Thao

Head of Talent Management, and Learning & Organisational Development, VNG Corporation

Ha Minh Chau

Senior Consultant, Great Place To Work, ASEAN and ANZ

Melanie Casul

Equitable Learning Services Advisor, RMIT University Vietnam

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