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Mexico Talent Forum 2019 Preliminary Program
Employee engagement is a top-down philosophy. It is the hope of every company that employees choose to engage with the company’s ideas, culture, work and results. Employee experience is a bottom-up concept where processes, places and workflow are designed around the pre-existing tendencies of employee
- ModeratorGabriel PizáManaging Partner at Pizá abogados
- PanelistGuido Van der ZwetDirector General Americas of IPS - Powerful People
- PanelistClaudia EscalanteHead of Human Resources at ROSEN in United States, Mexico & Central America
- PanelistAxel Dono MiniotManaging Director of Hays Mexico
Companies work hard to control their corporate environment and position themselves for growth. External circumstances like economic downturns, legal reforms and international factors can wreak havoc on well-laid plans, impacting performance and in turn, affecting talent management. The usual option is to let people go, but is that the right option when planning for future growth?
- ModeratorHugo MedinaHuman Capital Partner at Deloitte Mexico
- PanelistCarola RosilloDirector of Human Resources of AVON
- PanelistJaime CervantesPresident of Grupo Vitalmex
The Pew Research Center says that approximately 27 percent of the global population or about 2 billion people are millennials. This generation is becoming the world’s most important generational cohort for consumer spending, sourcing of employees and more. The emergence of the millennial will provide both business opportunities and challenges as they start to move into management positions.
- PanelistTracey FriendVP of Talent and PRO at Agile One
Human resources experts say artificial intelligence will help them identify and select the best job candidates, assist employees with routine tests and help employers keep their HR information secure. Digital tools can help HR recruiters more effectively evaluate candidates based on their education, work history, career trajectory and aspirations. But could they also take the “human” out of human resources management.
- ModeratorOscar HaradaSenior Relationship Manager at Linkedin
- PanelistJosé Antonio QuesadaDirector of Business School of ITESM
- PanelistLiliana AlfaroDirector General of Lopealfa Consultores
The internet is increasingly disrupting education and how it is delivered. There is now a wide variety of online courses providing students with a wider variety of options to achieve certifications, diplomas and degrees. Employers also are looking at different educational channels to build diverse talent pools and expand their reach. How should companies view online education versus traditional education and how is this shifting balance changing the workplace?
- ModeratorGustavo LinaresHR Director of UNDP Mexico
- PanelistMargriet LeemhuisDucth Ambassador to Mexico
Mexico is dealing with an economic gap between its regions: industry, logistics and services in the north, center and west are strong but they lag in the south-southeast. The decentralization of dependencies proposed by the next federal government has identified this gap as a key plank in its policies and has vowed to close it by decentralizing government offices and ministries. Can it work, or will it do more harm than good?
The Ministry of Labor and Social Security announced the new government aims to reinforce labor opportunities and education in Mexico. The initiative Jóvenes Construyendo El Futuro is a public policy that has been proposed to serve 2.3 million people between 18 and 29 who have not had the opportunity to work or study and who are looking for a first work experience. What are the priorities of the new government to develop human talent and improve employability in Mexico?
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