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Compensation, Benefits & RemuneRation

managing a Competitive total RewaRds poRtfolio in a HigH-Cost HigH- Risk eConomy

29-30 June 2009 Sari Pan Pacific Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia





















addRessing timely issues and oveRComing eConomiC CHallenges

new challenges in managing compensation, rewards and benefits Realigning total rewards to meet business and workforce challenges obtaining management and peer buy-in strategic compensation system to support corporate objectives 2 best cost-saving C&B strategies for asia's knowledge employees turning great strategy into great performance using non-financial rewards to engage employees in an economic crisis Compensation strategies for non-profit organisations defining a remuneration strategy that guides base pay programme design Compensation and benefits for the big public companies using compensation and benefit as retention and motivational tools Communicating benefit plan to build appreciation, trust and commitment overcoming legal challenges in compensation and benefits

gain exClusive insigHts fRom HR pRofessionals fRom leading Companies:

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suppoRting oRganisations:

offiCial media paRtneRs:

speCial disCount to memBeRs

for enquiries and registration: call (65) 6536 8676 or (65) 6536 8437 or visit us at

29 JunE 2009

Monday .. .. Day 1

8.00 9.00 9.15 RegistRation and moRning Coffee CHaiRman welCome and opening addRess ir. Raswari mm Chairman indonesian professional engineer association Compensation and Benefits foR tHe Big puBliC Companies - sHaRe options foR employees and management · understanding the current concept of compensation and benefits · Case studies on Japanese and indonesian companies' compensation and benefits programmes · utilising employee benefits plans and compensation programmes · leveraging on merit programme and remuneration package · achieving company's vision and mission through effective leadership · Case studies on Hong kong's remuneration package using bar chart examples · planning an effective compensation and benefits package based on the current economy · the advantages in issuing shares to employees and management ir. Raswari mm Chairman indonesian professional engineer association tHe 2 Best Cost-saving C&B stRategies foR asia's knowledge employees · prioritise tangible and intangible compensations & benefits · determine the pay structure for asia companies and what competitive base pay is · implement C&B strategies to ensure companies' future success dr. Bayu prawira Hie ExecutiveDirector intellectual Business Community 3.30

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Compensation strategies for long-term retention · performance vs loyalty rewards · Benchmarking don yeo DeputyChiefExecutiveOfficer (Policy&CorporateDevelopmentGroup) Central provident fund Board ,singapore total RewaRds: Realigning total RewaRds to meet Business and woRkfoRCe CHallenges · key questions related to improving return on investment · leveraging total rewards to drive engagement and business results · measuring and adjusting the programme to fit the new workforce challenges · assessing the business and competitive environment to develop reward strategies that work Chairul Hamdani HRHead lg electronics indonesia tuRning gReat stRategy into gReat peRfoRmanCe: ConneCting tHe game plans to woRkfoRCe suCCess · the Balanced scorecard as a tool to achieve corporate strategic growth and long term objectives in these challenging times · achieving balance in steering the business with metrics · ensure alignment of compensation and benefits to HR strategy and corporate objectives · Resource planning and management - Balancing productivity and Roi peter siah AssistantDirector,FinancialPlanning&Analysis singapore general Hospital afteRnoon RefResHment and netwoRking stRategiC Compensation system to suppoRt CoRpoRate oBJeCtives · linking compensation strategy to the corporate objectives · designing self funded compensation programmes · ensuring the success of implementing new compensation programmes Jolanda J. sadrach Partner sRw&Co inteRaCtive panel disCussion: CReating and sustaining a HigH peRfoRmanCe oRganisation witH pay foR peRfoRmanCe pRogRamme · developing a dependable structure of measurement systems and feedback processes · developing performance management and compensation reward programmes · successfully motivating and rewarding employees who truly add value panelists: peter siah AssistantDirector,FinancialPlanning&Analysis singapore general Hospital andre vincent wenas ChiefofCorporateHumanCapital garudafood


sponsoRsHip and exHiBition oppoRtunities

this high profile event provides your company with the unique opportunity to capture the interest and influence the decisions of a highly targeted audience. Capitalise on this ideal platform to market your services and form strategic relationships through networking. sponsorship and exhibition options include:

l luncheon l Cocktail Reception l documentation l table-top display l promotional materials



10.45 11.00

moRning RefResHment and netwoRking 3.45 using non-finanCial RewaRds to engage employees in an eConomiC CRisis · the current economic crisis and its impact on rewards management · what options do we have when cash is at a premium · what non-cash rewards should you adopt/ deploy · How to maintain and strengthen your employment value proposition Robert Chew HRDirector-SEA Cadbury tRend and new CHallenges in managing Compensation, RewaRds and Benefits to meet eConomiC CHallenges · effect of the economy on compensation programmes · overcoming competitive issues and trends in the economy · setting approaches to overcome the challenges andre vincent wenas ChiefofCorporateHumanCapital garudafood netwoRking lunCHeon Compensation stRategies foR non-pRofit oRganisations · alignment of compensation philosophies with desired outcomes



12.15 1.15


end of day one

30 JunE 2009

Tuesday .. .. Day 2

8.30 9.00 moRning Coffee CHaiRman opening addRess wisnu d dwintara, DirectorofHR, Communications&CommunityDevelopment lafarge oBtaining management and peeR Buy-in foR youR Compensation & Benefits pRoposals · the psychology of persuasion & influencing · "Behind the fan" strategies to prepare for persuading and influencing · appealing more to personal win than business results · strategies that influence others to agree your proposals g k lim President HRd gateway CommuniCating tHe Benefit plan to Build appReCiation, tRust and Commitment · Communicating the real and perceived value of your benefit programme · effective communication tools to generate appreciation for the full spectrum of benefits · overcoming cynicism regarding the company's best interest · identifying specific issues that warrant better communication, cause employees to stay or leave and inhibit performance tigor pangaribuan SeniorManagerofHR&Services premier oil indonesia moRning RefResHment and netwoRking defining a RemuneRation stRategy tHat guides Base pay pRogRamme design · the role of base pay in total rewards · designing base pay structures · practical applications of base pay structure design · Base pay implementation and delivery · Costing · merit pay · administering and evaluating base pay programmes wisnu d dwintara, DirectorofHR, Communications&CommunityDevelopment lafarge using Compensation and Benefit as a tool to Retain and motivates employees · Can compensation and benefits on its own assist to retain and motivates employees? · How can companies utilises compensation and benefits eff ectively to retain and motivates employees · what are the key compensation and benefits programmes that companies can use to make them more effective · How should the companies engage and communicate their compensation and benefits programmes to employees in order to attract and retain abdul Jalil md taib, AdvisorofInternational HumanResource,HRMDivision petronas netwoRking lunCHeon undeRstanding legal CHallenges in woRkeRs' Compensation and Benefits · mandatory compensation and benefits under indonesia law · status of employment of directors and commissioners 2.45 indonesia Case study · · termination entitlements of employees termination entitlements of directors and expatriate workers nia sujani LegalExpert using Compensation-Benefits as Retention and motivating tool · there is no such a thing as free-lunch: the requirements for using Comp-Ben as retention and motivating tool · the do's and don'ts: when and how to use the tool effectively · the challenge: try to please everybody and you will please none; be ready for being the scapegoat despite your hard-work and sacrifice · the pitfall: penny-wise pound foolish · at last, the light in the end of the tunnel: advantage of using this tool in challenging times for retaining and motivating the right employees santoso widjaja Partner sRw& Co afteRnoon RefResHment and netwoRking tHe winning Retention stRategy in CHallenging Business enviRonment: tHRougH people development, peRfoRmanCe management and tR pRogRammes · vision, values, strategies and objectives · people strategy · talent resourcing · employee development programmes · new hire professional development programme · supervisory development programme · executive development programme · leadership development programme · performance management process · employee maintenance programmes ­ thru total remuneration programmes and others Hariadi dwianugerah ManagerHR-TotalRemuneration Chevron inteRaCtive panel disCussion: senioR exeCutive Compensation: aligning RewaRds and peRfoRmanCe · identifying specific goals of employees challenges in developing executive compensation packages · How to tag goals to compensation and benefits package · industry trends · structure and elements · Current trends in top executive compensation · the future trend of executive compensation panelists: tigor pangaribuan SeniorManagerofHR&Services premier oil indonesia nia sujani LegalExpert santoso widjaja Partner sRw& Co 5.00 end of ConfeRenCe



3.30 3.45

10.45 11.00


11.45 malaysia Case study 12.30 2.00

distinguisHed speakeRs' pRofiles:

RaswaRi is the Chairperson of Indonesian Professional Engineer Association. His specialisationandexperienceincludesProject Management, Management, Engineering, he is a lead negotiator, Senior ContractAdvisor, Pipelines&Processplantchiefengineerandis akeyspeakerof15PackagesofEngineering &ManagementTrainingIWorkshop ofHumanResourceManagement.Hiscurrent job focuses on human resource planning, remuneration planning, job management, organization development and expatriate management.Intheareaofremuneration,he was also responsible for introducing broadbanding into the group in 2004. He also sits in committees set up to review Terms and Conditionsofcompaniesgroup-wideincluding thoseintheoverseasoperation. Merger & Acquisition, Spin-off, and other huge organization changes), HR Strategy & Planning and HCIS (Human Capital InformationSystem) regularly in leading assessment teams for the various national Business Excellence Standards such as the Singapore Quality Award; Singapore Quality Class; People Developer;andSingaporeServiceClass.

Bayu pRawiRa Hie, is the Executive Director of Intellectual Business Community, an organisation of CEO, Owners and Top Executives of companies in Indonesia, with purpose to develop network and cooperation among the Indonesian business leaders. Dr. Hiehimselfisastrategyconsultantandtrainer, hehasbeenlecturingforstrategyforMasters Degreee in many prominent universities in Indonesia, including University of Indonesia andIPMIBusinessSchool.Hehasbeenmore than2½yearsleadingregularradiotalkshow called `Smart Business Strategy' at SmartFM radio networks that cover 18 big cities in Indonesia. Also he leads TV Programme at Quickchannel TV (cable) called `The CEO Reference', exploring CEO approach on different strategic issues. He has been contributing in many international/national events such such Microsoft's Innovation Day 2007, INACA National Congress 2007, and IndonesianRegionalInvestmentForum2008.

Jolanda J. sadRaCH is the Partner of SRW&Co.. Previously, Jolanda was a Senior ConsultantandAsiaPacificDatabaseManager inTowersPerrins',KualaLumpurOffice.Prior tojoiningTowersPerrin,shewastheHeadof Compensation practice for HewittAssociates Jakarta office and Senior Consultant, SouthEastAsiaRegion.Whileshehasconsiderable understanding in various aspects of HR, Jolanda's area of expertise is in Rewards Strategy and Design, Competency modeling, Job Evaluation and Grading. Jolanda has extensive experience working with various institutions.

dwianugeRaH HaRiadi (HaRi) main role and responsibility includes planning, leading and facilitating a team consists of 9 team members in managing and developing a TR (Total Remuneration) programmes, job evaluation process, salary survey process, benchmark programme and internal studies inrelatedcompensation&benefitsissuesfor Chevron Indonesia Company, PT Chevron Pacific Indonesia, Chevron Philippines and ChevronGeothermalCompany.Theposition is jointly responsible with 4 Managers HR Operations and Manager Industrial Relations (withinIndoAsiaBusinessUnit)inmaintaining and reviewing the internal policies and CLAs (Collective Labour Agreements) for the purpose of industrial peace/favourable working environment. The position is also responsible in managing, leading and facilitating the development programmes of the team members within its team; and managing employee salary/benefits cost of aroundUS$190millionannually.

nia suJani's labor law work includes drafting company regulations/collective labor agreements, employment agreements, settlement agreements, resignation letters, secondment agreements, employee transfer agreements and applications for employment licensing and reporting obligations. She has assisted clients in negotiating the settlement of disputes with employee(s) in bipartite negotiations,beforeamediator,Regionaland CentralCommitteefortheSettlementofLabor Disputes. She has provided legal advice on various labour issues, such as termination of employment, working hours, overtime, labor broker, expatriate employment, sexual harassmentpolicy,ManpowerSocialSecurity (Jamsostek), labour unions, wages and allowances, health and safety in the work place, employees' co-operative, child labor, protection of female employees, outsourcing, etc.

don yeoiscurrentlyDeputyChiefExecutive Officer (Policy & Corporate Development Group)ofCPFBoard.Apartfromoverseeing humanresourceissues,heisalsoresponsible forallpolicyandcorporateportfoliosinCPFB. Prior to joining CPFB, he was the Director of the Institute of Public Administration and Management (IPAM) in the Civic Service College(CSC).WhenhewaswiththePublic Service Division, he was responsible for the review of the remuneration and pension system within the Civil Service. He was alsoinvolvedindevisingaCivilServicewide employment framework for the recruitment and remuneration of clerical and technical staff. He has also served as Director (HR & Media) with the Ministry of Law and Deputy Director (Corporate Services) with Ministry of Trade and Industry. He has also held concurrentpolicyandoperationalrolesinboth MinLawandMTI.

wisnu d wintaRa is the Director of HR, Communications & Community Development at PT. Semens Andalas Indonesia (Lafarge Cement Indonesia). He manages area of Human Resources, Communications and CommunityDevelopment/CSRatPT.Semen Andalas Indonesia (LAFARGE CEMENT INDONESIA ) owned by LAFARGE, the largest cement producer in the world where itsplantlocatedinNangroeAcehDarussalam and other terminals at Medan Belawan, Lhokseumawe,DumaiandBatam.Morethan 16 years working experiences in Managerial LevelwithvariousMultiNationalCompanyand areaofindustriesmostlyinHumanResource s,Communications, Environment Health and Safety (EHS) and Community Development/ CSR. He specialises in HR (Change management , Org.Behavioural Assessment, People Development, Talent Management, C&B, and Union Negoitation), Recruitment (BEI, Targetted Selected Interview), People Assessment, Communications (Human Relations, approach/Negoitation skill), Community Development/Corporate Social Responsibility Care Taker (especially dealing with stakeholders in Remote/Conflict Area), EHSAssessment(accreditedbyALSTOM).

RoBeRt CHew brings with him more than 25 years of experience in human resource management, learning and development, education and consulting. As a seminar leader and conference speaker, Robert has spoken at national and regional business forums on subjects relating to leadership, effective people strategy and practices, and changemanagement.Hehasheldtheroleof Adjunct Lecturer with the National University ofSingaporeandattheSingaporeInstituteof Management where he taught Master's and Bachelor's Degree programmes in Business AdministrationandInternationalManagement. Robert is currently the HR Director, SEA, for Cadbury, the world's largest publicly traded confectionery company. Prior to this he held various senior country-level and regional human resource management positions with both local and multi-national organisations, in container shipping, high technology manufacturing, banking and finance, and the retailing industries. Robert holds Master's degrees in International Relations and HumanResourcesDevelopmentfromGeorge Washington University and the Australian NationalUniversityrespectively.

g k lim is President of HRD Gateway, an internationalnon-profitorganisationforHuman Resource Management practitioners and has over25,000membersaroundtheworld.Heis alsoatrainingconsultantintheareaoflarge account,andcorporateaccount,sellingskills, business negotiation skills,and management leadership skills. He has had over 30 years' hands-on experience as a business person and a training consultant in Thailand, Indonesia,Vietnam,Malaysia,Singapore,the Philippines,India,SriLanka,Maldives,United ArabEmiratesandChina.

andRe vinCent wenas is currently the Chief of Corporate Human Capital ­ Tudung Group (Garudafood). He is also the Director of Global Solutions Institute (member of Garudafood Group) and Lecturer for postgraduateprogrammeatIPMIBusinessSchool &STIENusantara.AndreisalsoaColumnist at several business media (KONTAN weekly business tabloid & MARKETING monthly magazine).

aBdul Jalil md taiB is currently the advisor of International Human Resource, HRM Division in Petronas. He was born and raised in Penang, studied at Penang Free School and went to Kuala Lumpur where he attended Malaya University for a Bachelor of Economics. He later attended University of Southern California and obtained an MBA. He has a total of 30 years experience in PETRONAS. Before PETRONAS, he has worked in Esso and Maybank, Malaysia. He spent his earlier years in marketing and trading before moving on to human resource managementandhasexperienceinallaspect

santoso widJaJaisthePartnerofSRW&Co. Having well rounded HR competencies from both consulting and operational background, Santoso has been able to balance the stateof-theartconcept,bestpracticeandpragmatic approach resulting in successful project implementation. His previous consulting background include PriceWaterhouse and Accenture. Santoso is also the facilitatorlecturer of CHRP (Certified Human Resource Professional) programme in University of Atmajaya, writer of HR articles and has been cited in magazines. Area of expertise include: Remuneration (Compensation & Benefit), Performance Management, Talent Management, Organisation Design and Development, Change Management (for

peteR siaHiscurrentlytheAssistantDirector of Financial Planning & Analysis at the Singapore General Hospital, Singapore's oldestandlargestacutecaretertiaryhospital and the public sector's flagship hospital. He leads the financial and corporate planning teamwhichdrivesperformancemeasurement and management, strategy development & deploymentaswellasfinancialmodelingand analysisforthehospital.Peterhasapassion fororganisationalexcellence.Since2006,he hasbeenaBusinessExcellenceAssessorwith SPRING Singapore, the national standards and conformance body tasked to enable enterprise development. He contributes


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For reservations, please make your bookings directly with the hotel. To enjoy the special room rates, please quote Asia Business Forum's "strategic Compensation, benefits and Remuneration Conference" Hotel bills are . to be settled by delegates directly with the hotel. Hotel reservations and travel arrangements are the responsibilities of the registrant. Please note that hotel rooms are available on a first-come-first-served basis.

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If you are unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcomed at no extra charge. Please provide the name and the title of the substitute delegate at least 2 working days prior to the Conference. A refund less US$200 administration charge will be made for cancellation received in writing on or before 9 June 2009. Regrettably, no refund can be made for cancellation received after this date. A complete set of documentation will however be sent to you. The organiser reserves the right to make any amendments and/or changes to the programme, venue, speaker replacements and/or topics if warranted by circumstances beyond its control.

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