~Event attracts 150 plus delegates from strategic industry sectors~
Dubai, 31 October 2017: Smart Pay, the wages protection system (WPS)-compliant payroll solution of UAE Exchange, held a high-power HR Summit at the Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel today.
The Smart Pay HR Summit, now in its third edition, witnessed more than 150 participants from a cross-section of industries coming together to discuss HR innovation, management and payroll solutions, latest developments in HR practices and policies etc. Delegates from industries included engineering, hospitality, oil and gas, trading, facilities management, mechanical works and others.
“UAE Exchange doesn't just offer payment solutions. Rather, we partner with organisations to drive thought leadership and innovation. We are delighted to welcome experts from key industries in the region to the Smart Pay HR Summit – another example of how UAE Exchange creates opportunities for the beneficial exchange of ideas, knowledge and innovation,” said Abdel Kareem Alkayed, Country Head, UAE Exchange-UAE.
Expert speakers at the summit included Greg Shuler, Chief People Officer, UAE Exchange, who highlighted the latest technological advancement in the HR World and Prof. Chris Abraham, Head, S. P. Jain School of Global Management, Dubai Campus who enlightened everyone on the need for transformation of employee happiness into a successful business model. While UV Consultants trainers Anas Aldahoud spoke on the topic ‘From Talent to Strength – Journey towards success', Praveen Arumughan did an incredible demonstration of the untapped potential of the adult human mind – the sixth sense – which was interactive, humorous and above all entertaining.
“We are seeing HR departments confront a challenging landscape where they are responsible for hiring, training and retraining world-class teams while also confronting budgetary pressures. UAE Exchange has innovated its Smart Pay solution to empower HR leaders in creating streamlined and integrated payment solutions that are cost effective and contribute positively to employee motivation,” added Abdel Kareem Alkayed.