Corporate Expectations Versus What’s in It for Me?

Wednesday | November 21 | 2012 | 3:30 pm - 5:00 PM
Ballroom 1&2, Level 3, Marriott Singapore Hotel

How has the current global economic situation affected the way corporate recruiters work with business school graduates in Asia and abroad? How do recruiters manage new-hire expectations when the economy affects salary and career progression? Even though companies are struggling to deliver more with less, they face a new generation of graduates seeking higher salaries, more responsibilities, and more work/life balance opportunities. This panel of corporate recruiters will share their companies’ experiences with managing new-hire expectations so that you can learn from their best practices and communicate better with incoming classes about the realities of the corporate world.  

Jeremy Cai
Head, Campus Strategy, Internal Communication and Employer Branding, Group Human Resources, DBS Bank

Anna Fourie
APAC, University Staffing Consultant for Microsoft

Audrey Lim
Senior University Recruiter, Asia Pacific, Johnson & Johnson, Singapore              
Chris Chi On Tsang
Executive Director, MBA/MSc Programs, The HKUST Business School, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology