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Human Resource and       Social Media Are We Ready for The Revolution?                                    1
HR Challenges and Trends                2
In the next 10 years                                                                                                      ...
•Retaining and Rewarding•Developing Next Leader•Attracting New Talent                           4
What Era  DoWe Live In Now??             5
“In 2020, Gen Y will make up an estimated 36% of world workforce,     replacing Baby Boomers which will only represent 16%...
Welcome  to Digital World       7           7
..ConnectingEverywhere, 24/7                   8
The World is Spinning So Fast....                                    9
How aboutIndonesia?             10
Composition ofIndonesian Workforce                       11                            11
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Global Competitiveness      Report 2012: Indonesia... Because the country has entered the efficiency-driven stage ofdevelop...
OCT!2012!                  INDONESIA!                      248,645,000!                                                   ...
OCT!       2012!                                INTERNET PENETRATION!83%!           79%! 78%!                             ...
OCT!     2012!                                       MOBILE PENETRATION!234%!         214%!                       147%!   ...
SEP!  2012!                 FACEBOOK vs. TWITTER IN ASIA!80%!              77%!                              72%!         ...
!"  #$%&(  )*+&    !  "#$%&&()*+,     $$$-.*/)!012-(*3   18                             18
HRInitiatives Best Practices                  19
New HR Competency!                     20
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Employee Branding Collaboration & Comm                           IMPACT    Talent Recruiting                              ...
Create creative ways to introduce           your company       and attract candidatesAnd creating new ways to attract and ...
emphasis onGenY workvalues: timelyfeedback,mobile tech,& CSR                 24
Attract & Engage         CandidateTalent Recruiting                        25                             25
Employee Branding                    26
About Us           27
The Merger                                 the combination of more than 5 years experiences in                            ...
The New PortalHR      to be the top of mind of people       development and management                 references         ...
WHAT DO WE HAVE NOW• Average of 50,000 unique visitors (equal to more than 250.000 different users)  accessing monthly• 35...
Product & Service Range !"#$%#$&(%)                   :=>%62#4#8&    :=!"EE%2<%&*+,&-%./0%1%2&               ?@2;%A"#04#%&...
OUR BUSINESSESThe first, only and most comprehensive people management online                         media in Indonesia  ...
Free your Ideas..                    33
@mallalatif              @PortalHRThank You..                            34
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Malla Latif, CEO of PortalHR.com, recently spoke at a HiringBoss event in Jakarta Indonesia about the local trends in employment, workforce conditions and talent in general. Mrs Malla highlighted how the social culture in Indonesia is shifting with social networks like Twitter, Facebook and other social media being well adopted by Indonesians. Ironically though, despite employees being high adopters of social media, organisations are generally being slow to adopt these new social behaviours. Businesses that fail to keep up with the social revolution will see their competitors taking their talent and market advantage.

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  1. 1. Human Resource and Social Media Are We Ready for The Revolution? 1
  2. 2. HR Challenges and Trends 2
  3. 3. In the next 10 years 59% Retaining and rewarding the best employees 51% Developing the next generation of corporate 52% leaders 29% SHRM ResearCreating a corporate culture that attracts the best 36%Future HR Challenges and T employees to our organization 44% Shedding Light on the Business of HR | www.sh 34% Remaining competitive in the talent marketplace 21% Finding employees with the increasingly 33% Challenges Facing HR Executives specialized skills we need 41% !"#!$%&$$()*+$ Over the next 10 years, what do you think will be the three bigge challenges facing HR executives at your organization? Creating smooth and efficient HR processes that 20% !"#"$%&$$(,-+$ Retaining and rewarding the best employees ensure a good employee experience 17% Survey Report, Nov 2012 (!" Developing the next generation of (#" corporate leaders #" Finding the right employees in the right markets 15% Creating a corporate culture that attracts %)" the best employees to our organization $$" where we do business around the world 33% Remaining competitive in the talent %$" marketplace #!" Creating an employee-centric, service-oriented 13% Finding employees with the increasingly specialized skills we need %%" $!" HR organization 12% Creating smooth and efficient HR processes #*" that ensure a good employee experience !&" Breaking down cultural barriers that make it 11% Finding the right employees in the right markets where we do global business !(" %%" difficult to create a truly global company 24% Creating an employee-centric, service- !%" oriented HR organization !#" Breaking down cultural barriers that make it 6% difficult to create a truly global company !!" #$" Other #*!#+,- 1% Other !" )" #*!*+,- Note: Percentages do not total 100% due to multiple response options. Respondent asked to select up to three options. Investment Challenges Facing Organizations 3
  4. 4. •Retaining and Rewarding•Developing Next Leader•Attracting New Talent 4
  5. 5. What Era DoWe Live In Now?? 5
  6. 6. “In 2020, Gen Y will make up an estimated 36% of world workforce, replacing Baby Boomers which will only represent 16% “ 6 6
  7. 7. Welcome to Digital World 7 7
  8. 8. ..ConnectingEverywhere, 24/7 8
  9. 9. The World is Spinning So Fast.... 9
  10. 10. How aboutIndonesia? 10
  11. 11. Composition ofIndonesian Workforce 11 11
  12. 12. 12 12
  13. 13. Global Competitiveness Report 2012: Indonesia... Because the country has entered the efficiency-driven stage ofdevelopment, its competitiveness increasingly depends on morecomplex elements, which should be addressed on a priority basis. Inthis context, addressing the many rigidities (134th) and inefficienciesof the labor market (70th) would allow for a smoother transition ofthe labor force to more productive sectors of the economy.Additional productivity gains could be reaped by boostingtechnological readiness (85th), which remains low, with the countryexhibiting only a slow and limited adoption of ICT. 13
  14. 14. OCT!2012! INDONESIA! 248,645,000! 51%! 49%! TOTAL POPULATION! URBAN! RURAL! 55,000,000! 22%! INTERNET USERS! INTERNET PENETRATION! 43,814,560! 18%! USERS ON TOP SOCIAL NETWORK! SOCIAL NETWORKING PENETRATION! 269,989,000! 109%! MOBILE SUBSCRIBERS! MOBILE PENETRATION! Social Media Continue to GrowCOMPILED BY @WEARESOCIALSG. FOR MORE SOCIAL MEDIA ANALYSIS AND INSIGHTS, VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WEARESOCIAL.SG. SOURCES: POPULATION: BASED ON US CENSUS BUREAU (ACCESSED SEP 2012); 86!URBANISATION: UN (2011); INTERNET: INTERNETWORLDSTATS (ACCESSED SEP 2012); SOCIAL NETWORKS: FACEBOOK (SEP 2012); MOBILE: BASED ON BUSINESS MONITOR INTERNATIONAL (Q3 2012)! 14
  15. 15. OCT! 2012! INTERNET PENETRATION!83%! 79%! 78%! 75%! 69%! 68%! 61%! 53%! GLOBAL! 40%! 36%! AVERAGE! 34%! 32%! 29%! 27%! 22%! 19%! 17%! 16%! 15%! 12%! 11%! 10%! 8%! 3%! 1%! BRUNEI! SINGAPORE! HONG KONG! MACAO! THAILAND! JAPAN! VIETNAM! PHILIPPINES! BHUTAN! SRI LANKA! MONGOLIA! LAOS! BANGLADESH! TAIWAN! PAKISTAN! ASIA! MALAYSIA! CHINA! MALDIVES! NEPAL!S KOREA! CAMBODIA! INDIA! MYANMAR! INDONESIA! COMPILED BY @WEARESOCIALSG. SOURCES: BASED ON DATA FROM INTERNETWORLDSTATS; MINISTRY OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATIONS (BHUTAN); CHINA INTERNET NETWORK INFORMATION CENTRE; MINISTRY! 15! OF COMMUNICATIONS, POSTS & TELEGRAPHS (MYANMAR); MINISTRY OF POST & TELECOMS (CAMBODIA); NEPAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AUTHORITY; INFO-COMMUNICATIONS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF SINGAPORE! 15
  16. 16. OCT! 2012! MOBILE PENETRATION!234%! 214%! 147%! 140%! 139%! 130%! 124%! 118%! 117%! GLOBAL! 110%! 109%! 106%! 100%! AVERAGE! 94%! 93%! 88%! 83%! 82%! 78%! 78%! 70%! 63%! 62%! 45%! 5%! NEPAL!MACAO! HONG KONG! SINGAPORE! MALDIVES! BRUNEI! THAILAND! S KOREA! PHILIPPINES! BANGLADESH! TAIWAN! JAPAN! CHINA! BHUTAN! CAMBODIA! PAKISTAN! INDIA! MYANMAR! LAOS! INDONESIA! VIETNAM! SRI LANKA! MONGOLIA! ASIA! MALAYSIA! COMPILED BY @WEARESOCIALSG. SOURCES: BASED ON DATA FROM BUSINESS MONITOR INTERNATIONAL (2012); ITU SUBSCRIBER FIGURES (LATEST AVAILABLE DATA, SEP 2012); BUDDE.COM (SEP 2012); MINISTRY! 61! OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATIONS (BHUTAN) (JUN 2012); THE COMMUNICATIONS AUTHORITY OF THE MALDIVES (JUN 2012); MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS, POSTS & TELEGRAPHS (MYANMAR) (FEB 2012)! 16
  17. 17. SEP! 2012! FACEBOOK vs. TWITTER IN ASIA!80%! 77%! 72%! 69%! 67%! 61%! 59%! 58%! 57%! 41%! 35%! 32%! 29%! 27%! 26%! 25%! 21%! 22%! 20%! 16%! 9%! 6%!INDONESIA! PHILIPPINES! MALAYSIA! VIETNAM! TAIWAN! THAILAND! HONG KONG! INDIA! SINGAPORE! S KOREA! JAPAN! INTERNET USERS WHO HAVE USED FACEBOOK IN THE PAST MONTH INTERNET USERS WHO HAVE USED TWITTER IN THE PAST MONTH SOURCE: GLOBAL WEB INDEX WAVE 7 (SEP 2012)! 49! 17
  18. 18. !" #$%&( )*+& ! "#$%&&()*+, $$$-.*/)!012-(*3 18 18
  19. 19. HRInitiatives Best Practices 19
  20. 20. New HR Competency! 20
  21. 21. 21
  22. 22. Employee Branding Collaboration & Comm IMPACT Talent Recruiting of Assesing Online RecordProfessional Development Social Employee Engagement Media Manpower Employer Perspectives Driving Innovation on Social Networking, 2009 Alumni Relations 22
  23. 23. Create creative ways to introduce your company and attract candidatesAnd creating new ways to attract and screen applicants 23
  24. 24. emphasis onGenY workvalues: timelyfeedback,mobile tech,& CSR 24
  25. 25. Attract & Engage CandidateTalent Recruiting 25 25
  26. 26. Employee Branding 26
  27. 27. About Us 27
  28. 28. The Merger the combination of more than 5 years experiences in publicizing Indonesian people management issues &“the first and the only one...” 28
  29. 29. The New PortalHR to be the top of mind of people development and management references the largest community of human resources Indonesia to be the trend center of people management practice in Ind 29
  30. 30. WHAT DO WE HAVE NOW• Average of 50,000 unique visitors (equal to more than 250.000 different users) accessing monthly• 35,000 clean database of combine HR and Business practitioners• More than 7000 articles (knowledge center)• and still counting ... automatically we became : The biggest HR online community in Indonesia 30
  31. 31. Product & Service Range !"#$%#$&(%) :=>%62#4#8& :=!"EE%2<%&*+,&-%./0%1%2& ?@2;%A"#04#%& D#G2"4G655/& (%)4#62& (34$%565%2/& !%2BC<6B"#& 4H6G655/& (%)<6/$ 768694#%& D//%//E%#$ :I%<@B;% :;%#$ F#04#% ?%62<3 Current Member launch : launch : Benefit Q3 2012 Q2 2013 31
  32. 32. OUR BUSINESSESThe first, only and most comprehensive people management online media in Indonesia To be the trend setter of People Management Practices in IndTo partnering HR in making Digital world understable and assiting in creating positive value for its stakeholders Providing a cutting-edge creative solution 32
  33. 33. Free your Ideas.. 33
  34. 34. @mallalatif @PortalHRThank You.. 34
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