Human Resources

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24 June, 2019

Sign up for AmCham China's 20th HR Conference and join the Membership Reception that follows as we celebrate the HR Forum’s 20 Years of success!

21 June, 2019

For the 20th Annual HR Conference, AmCham China is proud to host Michael Distefano, President Asia Pacific at Korn Ferry, as one of our esteemed keynote speakers, exploring the future of leadership and self-disruptive leaders.

15 June, 2018

The 2018 HR Conference took a different approach to human resources, focusing on what top-level executives think of the people that power their companies, showcasing insights from industry-leading multinational CTOs, CFOs, COOs, CXOs, and CEOs.

01 June, 2018

Brian Reaves, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at Dell Inc. sits down for an interview to tell AmCham China about Dell's Diversity and Inclusion efforts, and his own experience as a technologist and D&I professional.

23 November, 2017

Representatives from eight different chambers of commerce gathered together at the AmCham China offices for a joint lunch meeting to discuss collaboration plans for 2018.

03 July, 2017

The future of work will involved more automation and machines. Recent data from PwC’s CEO Survey shows tech advancements and skill shortages as top concerns for companies, especially as HR departments struggle to deal with the pace of change.

05 June, 2017

There is a growing digital divide between the communications methods used by managers and the way that employees receive information. The best way to bridge the gap, according to employee engagement expert Christopher Hannegan, is with technology.

24 May, 2017

The search for talent is a never-ending challenge for companies in China, even as HR needs develop at a rapid clip. Stephen Shih breaks down the new war for talent in China, based on research done by Bain & Company.

23 March, 2017

Recent changes in regulations for work permits seem likely to ease the administrative burdens of recruiting foreign talent

23 March, 2017

The Women’s Economy is a source of untapped potential in China, according to Virginia Tan. Understanding the core concerns for women in the workplace allows business to retain talented women and tap into the女 Economy