#StayAtHome HR Summit 4

Surviving Recession: Balancing the HR Roles

Webinar Summary:

Watch this webinar to hear the thoughts & expertise from our panelists on how to survive the on-going recession.

About Change Management Series:

The discussion and learning process should never stop even when we are not able to attend events physically. As we are now under the Movement Control Order (MCO) period, HealthMetrics brings you it's first-ever #StayAtHome HR Summit Series that will provide an online sharing platform on a weekly basis in April.

The fourth topic focuses on 'Surviving Recession: Balancing the HR Roles' in collaboration with Work Inspires, Ramli Capital Holdings, and MECA

First Aired: 28th April, 2020

About The Moderator & Panelists

Mallory Loone HealthMetrics


Mallory Loone
Work Inspires

Mallory Loone, co-founder and Creator of Opportunities of Work Inspires has been in the Talent Development space for the past 6 years where she has created and developed frameworks and modules to help attract the best talents through onboarding programmes, engaging with talents through strategic and customised Team Building as well as Learning Programmes. On the side, Mallory is also a frequent mentor of Sunway Mentoring Programme, Axiata Young Leaders Mentor4Mentor Programme and Startup Weekends.

Fauzi Che Rus HealthMetrics


Fauzi Che Rus
Ramli Capital Holdings

Fauzi’s successful experience and skills in helping company business turnaround and compete in the difficult market condition through programs that aligned people to the organizations' goals have been proven valuable to organizations that want to continuously improve in order to compete with the best in the world. He played a pivotal role in helping PepsiCo’s bottler in Malaysia and Western Digital turnaround their business results when he was with them. He has been in a leadership position in MNCs, GLCs, and Government agency for the last 27 years. During these periods he has been directly involved, with the senior leadership and the Board, in strategizing and executing business turnaround, business growth, organization transformation and corporate governance.

Rachel Tan HealthMetrics


Rachel Tan

Rachel holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of London and completed her Certificate of Legal Practice in 2011. She is admitted to the High Court of Malaya as an Advocate & Solicitor in 2015. Prior to legal practice, Rachel has acquired many experiences in the role of Marketing and Business Development since 2005; having worked for multinational companies in various industries including banking and finance, Information Technology as well as NGOs such as Bar Council Malaysia and KLRCA (now known as AIAC).

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