JFPS Group Malaysia presents:

6-7 October 2009 | Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta



Addressing the top priorities of today’s HR leaders in order to survive a tough



Human Resource is the most important asset of any organization. An organization will

not be able to sustain its business without an effective pool of workforce. Today, as

the economic situation worsens, it becomes an even bigger challenge for HR leaders

worldwide to manage their workforce.Maintaining employee morale and engagement is one

of the most critical challenge of a HR leader, especially at times like this when most

organizations are downsizing and cutting cost in many areas. In order to survive in

today’s competitive business world, the priorities of a HR leader must begin to

shift from an operational to a more strategic approach.

The main objective of this “HR Revolution” is to address the top priorities

of today’s HR leaders in a tough economy. It is an excellent arena to learn how

leading corporations are maintaining the engagement and morale of their workforce while

cutting down cost of operations.


The financial turmoil and global economic crisis are forcing companies to look more

closely at expenses and seek efficiency gains in their businesses. In order to maneuver

through the storm, many companies have to take measures to decrease various operation

costs such as personnel expenditure, improve the return on investment on human capital

expenditures and maintain focus on the long-term business objectives of the company.

Global unemployment will increase “dramatically” in 2009 as a consequence

of the economic crisis sweeping the world, the United Nations’ International

Labor Organization (ILO) warned.The ILO predicts that Asia is likely to have 7.2

million more jobless people in 2009 than last year due to fallout from the global

economic crisis, raising the region’s jobless rate to 5.1 percent.

In Indonesia, nearly a quarter of a million jobs have been lost since September 2008.

Foreign managers have been confronted with domestic labor debates and international

financial pressures. Striking employees, worker migrations, layoffs, and minimum wage

and severance pay debates continue to shape the labor climate in Indonesia. These have

taken form as the future key problems facing HR managers and the government. The

unemployment rate in Indonesia is estimated to be more than 8 percent and rising.

HR Management will be a key area of focus in 2009 as companies and government

organizations put in place strategies to cope with the economic crisis and recovery.

The HR leader today faces the challenge of going through a transformative change, from

being just “ back room” business operators to becoming more strategic

business partners.

CEOs, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Directors, General Managers, Managers & Heads of


  • Human Resources
  • Talent Management / Human Capital Management
  • Compensation & Benefits / Rewards Management
  • Training & Development
  • Organizational Development
  • Leadership Development
  • Recruitment & Staffing
  • Performance Management

From all industries, especially :-

  • Banking, finance & insurance
  • Fast Moving Consumer Goods ( FMCGs)
  • Energy & Utilities
  • Manufacturing
  • Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
  • Tourism & Hospitality
  • Logistics & Transportation
  • Government administration
  • IT & Communications
  • Entertainment & Media


  • Case studies presented by some of the leading HR players in Indonesia as well

    as Asia Pacific region

  • Cutting Edge topics addressing the latest and hottest issued in the HR


  • Stream style conference session whereby two streams run con-currently each


  • Special one hour keynote session on day 1 by a prominent HR leader
  • “Find Me, If You Can” – a fun and informal session for networking and ice


  • Highly interactive and focus workshops on day 1 facilitated by leading HR


  • “Pump It Up!” – an energizer session after lunch to boost energy level and

    improve learning abilities

  • Technological showcase of some of the latest softwares and products in various

    HR segments of the global market place

  • An interactive and mind boggling panel discussion at the end of conference

    addressing one of the hottest issues these days: “How to cut cost without causing

    negative implications to employees?”

  • An effective conference wrap up session which will summarize the entire 2 days

    conference streams and list down effective take home action that can be


Stream 1 – Talent Management & Retention
Stream 2 – Innovations in Compensation & Benefits
Stream 3 – Succession Planning & Leadership Development

Stream 4 – Employee Engagement & Motivation


  • IDENTIFYING the key ingredients to establish a winning workplace
  • BENCHMARKING against the best practices of other leading corporations in

    managing their HR challenges

  • GAINING competitive advantage through implementing new and effective strategies

    to source, attract and recruit talents

  • UNDERSTANDING the new role of HR as a strategic business partner
  • RETAINING top talents through effective compensation and motivation
  • GENERATING effective cost cutting measures to survive the tough economy
  • UTILISING creative ways to engage employees in the business
  • DEVELOPING future leaders with effective training and coaching
  • MASTERING the right method to ensure employees are kept informed and

    communicated on a daily basis

  • SELECTING the right people for key leadership positions through effective

    succession planning

  • LEADING change management in an organization with the right strategy
  • BUILDING profitable business relationships through effective networking


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