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President / Executive Director’s Message

HR Journal (2022 Q3)

 

President's Message

Lawrence Hung

President of the HKIHRM

 

Lawrence Hung aspires to focus on strengthening the membership and stakeholder experience during his tenure. He endeavours to dedicate himself towards the advancement of ESG through his work with the Institute.

 

Hung believes the HR function plays a crucial role in supporting its development through stakeholders management, risk assessment and reporting, talent management, data analysis, policy and programme design, KPI and rewards. In his leadership role, Hung engages the Institute’s committees and taskforces and leverages their expertise, enabling them to offer the HKIHRM’s growing community with more insights on elevating the HR profession’s standing.

 

To enhance the HKIHRM’s reach on the advocacy front, Hung leads the Institute in advising on government policies and keeping the public in the know of its stance on key issues, from the Policy Address, the Budget to Statutory Minimum Wage Rate to Maternity Leave. In terms of succession planning, Hung aspires to augment the membership base of young HR practitioners by increased engagement with tertiary institutes through the Institute’s mentorship programme and other activities, empowering student members’ development.

 

 

 

Executive Director's Message

Kandy Lui

Executive Director of the HKIHRM

 

Kandy Lui endeavours to lead the HKIHRM in forging new frontiers and enhancing its corporate branding. She strives in boosting the Institute’s standing as a leading HR professional body in Hong Kong.

 

Working with the secretariat hand in hand, Lui supports and propagates the development of the HR field, while providing members and the HR community at large with initiatives for navigating a challenging employment landscape.

  

In an effort to advance the interests of HR practitioners, employees, SMEs, and youths, Lui aspires to join forces consistently with tertiary institutions, professional associations, NGOs, and various industries, as well as provide more initiatives for members. Improving experience of the Institute’s stakeholders and members by understanding their needs is also her priority. She hopes to bring HR practitioners together to elevate HR professional standards through collective efforts.

 

 


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