Event Details

This episode will focus on the International Labor Organization's (ILO) Future of Work initiatives on the COVID-19 impact on the current and future of work in the Philippines, the employment prospects from pandemic 2020 and beyond. This will also include assessing the impact of technological changes on occupations and sectors from the work that the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT)-ILO Future of work study. We also have the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) presenting on the working conditions and impact of working from home / telecommuting.


The HR series is designed to draw HR leaders and business professionals who want to stay ahead of the curve. Professionals in a variety of departments across all seniority levels are also encouraged to attend.

Speaker

  • Kim Kraszula (VP Internal Affairs, ANZCHAM and  Director, Power in People Consulting)

    Kim Kraszula

    VP Internal Affairs, ANZCHAM and Director, Power in People Consulting

  • Pauli Andrenette Grace Ong (Labor and Employment Officer at Department of Labor and Employment – Bureau of Working Conditions)

    Pauli Andrenette Grace Ong

    Labor and Employment Officer at Department of Labor and Employment – Bureau of Working Conditions

    Length of employment: 2 years and 10 months
    School: University of Santo Tomas
    Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Legal Management

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  • Dominique Rubia-Tutay (Assistant Secretary, Employment and General Administration Cluster at Department of Labor and Employment)

    Dominique Rubia-Tutay

    Assistant Secretary, Employment and General Administration Cluster at Department of Labor and Employment

    Assistant Secretary Dominique Rubia-Tutay is the concurrent Director of the Bureau of Local Employment. She finished her Master of Development Planning Degree at the University of Queensland (UQ); Australia, Master of Arts Degree, Major in Development Education at the University of Santo Tomas, Manila, and Bachelor of Mass Communications at Silliman University, Dumaguete City.

    She heads the Bureau responsible for promoting full and decent employment through policy and program development. Her initiatives include increasing employability of youth, developing career information guide, facilitating decent jobs and promoting
    entrepreneurship, assessing 21 st century skills of workforce, and developing new rules and regulations responsive to labor market changes such as human capital development, recruitment, and employment of foreign nationals. She is also a member of the Philippine delegation in negotiating various Free Trade Agreements, specific to the movement of natural persons.

    Currently, she is engaged in measures to mitigate the employment impact of COVID-19, particularly on measures included in the DOLE Employment Recovery Plan.

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  • Felix Weidenkaff (Employment Specialist at International Labour Organization (ILO),)

    Felix Weidenkaff

    Employment Specialist at International Labour Organization (ILO),

    Felix Weidenkaff works at the International Labour Organization (ILO) of the United Nations in Bangkok as Employment Specialist to provide technical advice on employment as part of the ILO Decent Work Technical Support Team for East and South-East Asia and the Pacific.

    Previously, Felix worked in the Employment Policy Department of the ILO in Geneva, leading research, capacity building and advisory services on evidence-based policy making and programming, active labour market policies as well as partnerships for youth employment. Prior to joining the ILO in 2012, Felix worked in the Division on Investment and Enterprise of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). Felix holds an MSc in development studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

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Tickets

ANZCHAM Members

Available for every ANZCHAM Member company in good standing

Standard Price ₱500
Non-Members, Guests

Available to non members and guests

Standard Price ₱1,000