The Importance of Workplace Culture: How It Shapes the Employee Experience (Mar 29)

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Great things happen when employees work towards something bigger than themselves. It’s why workplace culture is now more important than ever.One of the biggest misconception about workplace culture is that employees create it, and therefore hiring the ‘right’ people will, in turn, create a company culture of great work. However, it is simply not enough to hire the right people – you want to keep the right people.


In this seminar, we will discover what employees value most (and least) in a desirable workplace. The session will give insights to how recognition programs can shape your workplace culture into one that employees will choose to stay in and engage with.



  • How do you define workplace culture, and how does it impact your organisation’s bottom line?
  • Who owns the responsibility of workplace cultures and the employee experience?
  • How does recognition drive a positive impact to your workplace culture?
  • What can HR do to ensure effective measurement and evaluate the return-of-investments of their organisation’s recognition programmes?
  • What can HR do right now to strengthen your workplace culture?
  • A practical case study.


Date  March 29, 2019 (Friday)
Time  3:30 – 5:30 pm (Registration starts at 3 pm)
Venue HKIHRM, Suite 1503, 15/F, 68 Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong 
Fees  HKIHRM member – HK$580 ; Non- member – HK$780 
Language : English




Daniel Sherrington

Daniel Sherrington

Asia Pacific Regional Director
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Daniel Sherrington is the Asia Pacific Regional Director at O.C. Tanner, the global leader in engaging workplace cultures. With over 12 years of experience working in Asia Pacific, Daniel has helped companies develop and measure successful culture solutions to build great workplace cultures, enhance employee value proposition and improve customer service experiences. Previously, he served as the General Manager and Head of Sales at a major WPP agency in Singapore. Daniel is passionate about animal welfare and regularly volunteers with homeless animal charities in his free time.

Jaslyn Koh

Jaslyn Koh



Jaslyn Koh is the Director at Astute Insights, an independent Reward consultancy that helps HR professionals drive business value through data-driven insights, and has over 18 years of Reward Management experience. Previously, she worked as Head of Rewards at Thomson Reuters, managing several reward programs at the global and regional APAC level, and was most instrumental in the organisation’s global recognition program rollout in 2016. She is passionate about data analytics, creating meaningful employee experiences, and enabling organisations with cultural transformation through recognition solutions. Jaslyn visits Hong Kong every year simply for trekking, hiking and the Yum Char.

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