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2 Sep 2020

Research Launch: Balancing Career & Caregiving in Asia – The Role of Companies

Examining the growing pressure on employees to balance professional responsibilities with care responsibilities at home – whether it be for children, ageing parents or family members with disability or long-term health conditions

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Join this webinar as we launch this pioneering research which examines the growing pressures on employees to balance professional responsibilities with care responsibilities at home – whether it be for children, ageing parents or family members with disability or long-term health conditions.

 

As we share the highlights from the research and engage a corporate panel, we’ll be exploring important themes such as:

  • Changing demographics and role of family in Asia for providing care
  • Shift In childcare responsibilities – from mothers to shared parenting
  • Proactive ways companies are supporting their employees in their role as carers
  • The need for more empathetic and inclusive organisations and leaders
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  • 02.09.20
    2 - 3.30pm (HKT)
    Add to calendar 02-09-2020 02:00 PM 02-09-2020 03:30 PM Research Launch: Balancing Career & Caregiving in Asia – The Role of Companies Examining the growing pressure on employees to balance professional responsibilities with care responsibilities at home – whether it be for children, ageing parents or family members with disability or long-term health conditions Asia/Hong_Kong

Event Speakers

  • Christina Yung

    Christina Yung

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    Senior Community, Diversity and Financial Vulnerability Manager | HSBC
  • Julian Koo

    Julian Koo

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    CEO and Co-Founder | Jaga-Me
  • Katharine Wood

    Katharine Wood

    Senior Reputational Risk and Client Selection Manager and Co-Chair of Ability ERG | HSBC
  • Ketika Kapoor

    Ketika Kapoor

    Co-Founder and CEO | ProEves
  • Srikripa Srinivasan

    Srikripa Srinivasan

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    Vice President, Performance Analytics Group and Executive Sponsor of Family Balance ERG, India | Dell Technologies

Senior Community, Diversity and Financial Vulnerability Manager | HSBC

Christina Yung

Born in Hong Kong, Christina Yung left for school in England at 13, later earning a degree in Social Science and Administration from the University of London before returning to Hong Kong after her studies. Over the years, she has worked mainly in the Finance Sector and is now leading a diversity and financial inclusion programme for HSBC in Hong Kong, assisting in many areas of the community including elderly families living with Dementia, homeless and subdivided flat residence, Refugees and Non refoulement claimant and people with physical and mental health challenges.

Christina is also a published author, having written “Small Shops, Big Hearts” in 2017, a collection of stories and photos of her personal encounters with shop owners and traditional craftsmen and women that have contributed to the rich fabric of Hong Kong’s history.

CEO and Co-Founder | Jaga-Me

Julian Koo

Julian Koo founded Jaga-Me to alleviate the challenges he saw amongst the elderly persons he volunteered with. His passion is to harness innovation to provide patients with the freedom to recover and rehabilitate at home. Prior to Jaga-Me, Julian was responsible for promoting life sciences investment with the Singapore Economic Development Board. He started his career in innovation consulting for Fortune 500 firms at Synapse Product Development, USA. Julian holds an engineering degree from NUS, and a certificate in technopreneurship from Stanford University as part of the NUS Overseas Colleges programme.

Senior Reputational Risk and Client Selection Manager and Co-Chair of Ability ERG | HSBC

Katharine Wood

Co-Founder and CEO | ProEves

Ketika Kapoor

Vice President, Performance Analytics Group and Executive Sponsor of Family Balance ERG, India | Dell Technologies

Srikripa Srinivasan

Srikripa brings with her more than 25 years of strong Finance and leadership experience in various industry sectors, having worked on both local and global assignments. Prior to Dell EMC she had a long tenure at Microsoft India, where she last served as Finance Controller for India. She joined Microsoft as India Compliance lead and was instrumental in setting up their Compliance Office. She was later responsible for bringing controllership to Microsoft worldwide standards including SOX 404, Statutory Accounting, Statutory, Tax and Policy Compliances, Payroll, management of Outsourced Partners, Treasury, to name a few.

In her current role, she is responsible to lead business intelligence, reporting & analytics solutions and support for various business functions at Dell.

Srikripa is a Chartered Accountant and a Cost Accountant from India. On the personal front, Srikripa is a proud mother of two girls – 13-year-old Niyati and 9-year-old Karuna, with whom she loves spending her free time. Outside of that, Srikripa unwinds by singing Indian classical music.

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