In the advent of global technological advancement, the role and importance of humans in the workplace could suffer from a rapid regression. More and more, robots will be taking over jobs from human beings or will be working in tandem with them. Hence, the increasing need to humanize more the workplace will start to be felt now, more than ever. To bring back humanity in the workplace, we must identify existing problems to provide physically, emotionally, mentally and financially decent work for people at work.

The 2018 AmCham Talent Summit – with the theme "Humanizing the Workplace" – aims to: (1) underscore the importance of people as a resource, and tackle issues like decent work, job security, wages, physical and mental workplace conditions, etc.; (2) look at the existing human-related workplace issues from global to local setting; and (3) participate in discussions and formulate policy and advocacy suggestions moving forward.

Sep 25, 2018

8 AM - 6 PM

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Makati Diamond Residences
Legazpi Street
Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines

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Interested in sponsoring the talent summit?

Download the following Sponsorship Packages document.

Sponsorship Packages.pdf
Program Guide 2018 AmCham Talent Summit.pdf

Tickets Register


Use this ticket if your company is a member of AmCham Philippines or if you are a member's proxy.

Standard Price ₱6,000
Door Price ₱7,000

Use this ticket if you or your company is not a member of AmCham Philippines.

Standard Price ₱8,500
Door Price ₱9,500

If you are a student, please bring your ID on the date of the event. For your registration, please enter your school name under "Company" and your current course under "Position".

Standard Price ₱3,000
Door Price ₱4,000

*Groups of 5 can avail a 15% discount on their total rate.

Further Information

To RSVP or for any inquiries, please contact

Yves Aguilos

Industry Development Specialist/Government Liaison

Human Capital & Resources | Infrastructure & Logistics | Legislative | Trade & Investment

Tel.: 818-7911 (loc. 216)