How organizations can be BETTER TOGETHER from home

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Great Place to Work® Institute Philippines Consultant, Gladys Zafra talks with HR Practioners and Leaders on How Organizations can be Better Together at Home and Discuss the challenges and solutions that are POSSIBLE to create great workplaces in our ‘new normal.’

About the Speaker
Gladys Zafra is a Certified Human Resource Professional® by the International Federation of Professional Managers. She has been an HR Professional for 15 years and has achieved a successful corporate and leadership career in Human Capital Management, focusing on the vital components of Employee Life Cycle and Human Resources Business Partnership. These components include: Talent Acquisition, Employee Engagement, Performance Management, Organization Development, Learning & Development, Employee Relations, Total Rewards and Exit Management. Kick-starting her career in human capital consulting from top global management consulting firms, she conducted Business Planning, Organization Development & Talent Studies, Performance Management, Competency Profiling Reviews and Salary Reviews to various multi-national and local organizations. She began her line HR career in Total Rewards Strategies, Employee Engagement and HR Business Partnership served as a foundation to further strengthen her foundation in line HR field. She had leadership and management Human Resources roles in various organizations from the express, freight & logistics and financial industries. She was a college professor, on a part-time basis, wherein she taught Human Resources, Compensation & Benefits and Selected Topics on International Business. She also had speaker engagements on Change Management, Total Rewards Management and Employee Engagement. She is married with two children.

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