HR Lunchtime Talk – Employee benefits: Too much, too little?

What are some highly effective team perks and employee benefits that a startup budget can afford? Well-planned workplace perks and benefits can raise the productivity level of the team, attract talents and retain them. But how do you ensure that the perks introduced are helping you to achieve your organisational goals without harming the bottom line? Regardless if you’re from a startup or an MNC, join us for a lunchtime talk on introducing workplace benefits that would keep employees happy and help you achieve your HR goals.


You’ll be hearing from… 

Joe Choa, Managing Director of UrbanFox.

Joe oversees the strategic direction of the Singapore-based third-party logistics company providing last-mile delivery, channel management, international shipping andwarehousing. The company counts many major companies such as Kao Singapore and Mondelez among their clients. Today, it is rapidly growing with over 60,000 sq ft of warehouse space and 10,000 crowd-sourced drivers under its management.


Natasha Doctor, Talent Manager APAC of Skyscanner

Natasha has over 12 years of rich people experience in a range of functions and industries across APAC. She’s passionate about nurturing young talent and enabling people to deliver exceptional business results in high growth businesses.


Walter Oh, Co-Founder of BoxGreen.

Walter Oh is the Co-Founder of BoxGreen, a startup that empowers companies to enable their employees to eat healthier at work. They offer concierge pantry services and smart vending solutions to over 500 companies such as DBS Bank, Linkedin, KPMG and more. Products include healthy snacks, trail mixes, cold press juices, artisan coffee and sustainable tea. Apart from sourcing the best ingredients in the most sustainable manner, BoxGreen also provides employment opportunities to socially disadvantaged individuals, which includes single mothers and elderly workers. 1% of the proceeds also go to meals for the less privileged. The start-up is B Corp certified for using business as a force for good.

HR Lunchtime Talk - Employee benefits: Too much, too little?
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