[Webinar] HR best practices in the post COVID-19 era

  • When:
    Wednesday, 27 May 2020, 4:00pm - 5:20pm
  • Where:
    This is a webinar session, 网络研讨会
  • Price:
    RMB 50 for members; RMB 100 for non-members.

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The outbreak of the coronavirus has initiated a change in many fields for employees and employers alike. One area that is impacted the most is human resources and how people engage and work together. To discuss new ways and best practices in the fields of staff engagement, internal communication and remote work, we have invited several professionals.


  • 4 PM - 4:10 PM: Opening to the webinar and introduction to the topic
  • 4:10 PM - 5 PM: Presentations
  • 5 PM - 5:20 PM: Q&A Session


Alfonso Troisi (Business Executive Officer of Greater China at Nespresso)

Alfonso Troisi

Business Executive Officer of Greater China at Nespresso

Alfonso Troisi, an Italian citizen, is the Business Executive Officer of Nespresso Greater China, based in Shanghai, where he moved back in June 2013. Alfonso is also the President of SwissCham Shanghai. Prior to Nespresso, Alfonso was Head of Marketing for Metro Cash & Carry Asia, based in Singapore, where he developed and rolled-out a new customer strategy for the Retail and Wholesale business, covering countries such as Japan, India and Vietnam. Alfonso had previously spent 6 years in Shanghai with Diageo and Belvedere, developing a wide portfolio of internationally recognized wines and spirits brands and 1 year with Nestle in Beijing, turning the local business around. Alfonso early career was in Europe, where he held several local and international commercial leadership and project management roles, based in countries such as Italy, France, Spain and the UK. Alfonso speaks fluently 5 languages and holds a BA Degree from Bocconi University in Milan and an MBA from IMD in Lausanne.

Lindy Lin (Head of HR at Oerlikon Metco Surface Technology (Shanghai))

Lindy Lin

Head of HR at Oerlikon Metco Surface Technology (Shanghai)

Lindy has over 20 years of experience in various business roles including HR, working for BP and Air Liquide before joining Oerlikon Metco as Area HR Head for North East Asia. Lindy is in charge of the planning and execution of HR strategies and initiatives aligned with the overall Oerlikon business strategy in NEA, and she is driving the organization’s development and people development projects in the company.

Conny He (Head of HR at Buhler Group ASA)

Conny He

Head of HR at Buhler Group ASA

Conny has worked for Buhler for 18 years and her role and responsibilities have been focused on the Human Resource Management over the past 10 years for Buhler’s operation in Asia Pacific with a clear focus on China that covers 9 major operation sites and 3000+ employees.
Her responsibilities include supporting the ambitious business development plan of Buhler in the region in the following three HR aspects: Culture, organization and people.

Allen Sheng (Vice President HR China at Rieter (China) Textile Instruments Co.,Ltd.)

Allen Sheng

Vice President HR China at Rieter (China) Textile Instruments Co.,Ltd.

Allen is the Vice President Human Resources at Rieter (China) Textile Instruments and manages the overall provision of HR services, policies and programs for Rieter in the China region. Allen looks back to 28 years of working experience, which include 23+ years in HR management in foreign invested companies and five years of application engineer experience.

Lily Zhang (HR Head at CBC Group)

Lily Zhang

HR Head at CBC Group

Lily is the head of CBC Executive Search, which belongs to the CBC Group. Lily oversees a team of professional HR consultants that help foreign companies recruit key local and international personnel in the Chinese market, mostly with technical background. She also serves as HR consultant for foreign companies and their HR departments. Lily joined CBC in 1995 when the company was set up in Shanghai.

Malisa Yung (HR Director of Richemont China)

Malisa Yung

HR Director of Richemont China

Ms. Malisa Yung is currently the HR Director of Richemont China, covering 15 luxury brands in the China Market. Ms. Yung has been working at Richemont for 9 years with in-depth and wide experiences in luxury retail field and she is a certified Global Remuneration Professional (GRP). Ms. Yung has more than 25 years of professional work experience, beginning as an External Auditor at Ernst & Young in Hong Kong, one of the world’s Big 4 CPA firms. In order to follow her inner passions and aspirations, Ms. Yung relocated to Shanghai to pursue challenging new opportunities and refocused her career toward Human Resources, where she has flourished since. She has since directed countless major HR functions as well as taken on key executive HR Management roles in various companies within different industries; including roles at the aforementioned, Ernst & Young, as well as in the banking industry at Standard Chartered Bank. In addition, Ms. Yung successfully lead and delivered projects related to HR transformation, M&A, Integration, Strategic Talent Initiatives, Digital HR Excellence and Start Up initiatives in her professional career

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In case of cancellation, please kindly note you must email the BritCham Shanghai Event staff Nathalie.Xu@britishchambershanghai.cn before 4pm, 26 May. Due to the service charges of Event Bank and online payment platforms, we can only partially refund up to 90% of your ticket price and payment will be processed within 14 days after the event via your original payment method. However, it is non-refundable for cancellation request made beyond the above mentioned timeframe.

Event contact

Nathalie Xu
+86 21 62185022