11:00 - 12:00
Human capital is a company’s most important asset. It is also traditionally one of the largest operating expenses, and thus can have a major impact on profitability and organizational success. It is imperative to compensate appropriately to attract and retain a qualified workforce and keep employees engaged and productive. Aimed at the HR generalist or new compensation professional, the Compensation Skill Badge programme (specially developed by WorldatWork for IHRP) builds skills to help support compensation programs, communications and decisions that positively impact the organization’s bottom line and worker experience.
Lincoln Lee comes from a diverse working background covering a number of industries (Chemical and Petrochemical Manufacturing and Sales, Airline, Shipyards, Off-shore Marine, Subsea Engineering Procurement, Installation & Construction, etc.) and from both foreign to locally owned organisations such as Singapore Airlines, Asia Matsushita, Petrochemical Corporation of Singapore (JV between Shell and Sumitomo Chemical), Exxon Chemical Paramins, Infineum (a global JV between Shell and ExxonMobil) and Ezra Holdings Limited (EMAS Group).
His career has encompassed a full spectrum of human resource functions from industrial relations, compensation and benefits management, leadership development, resourcing, talent management, succession planning, change management, organisational development, corporate governance and Board Remuneration Committee functions, etc. He started off his career in HR covering local country HR matters, and move on to be a Regional HR Manager for AP and subsequently became the Global Compensation and Benefits Manager. In the global C&B role, his span of responsibility is from Americas (including Latin America) to Europe and Asia Pacific. In Ezra Holdings Limited he held the position of CHRO, overseeing 3 listed companies, covering the HR global footprint within the 3 key regions namely Americas, EMEA and AP.
His appointment as a Tripartite Mediation Advisor by the Minister for Manpower under the Industrial Relations Act took effect from 1 Feb 2017. He was appointed to the Industrial Arbitration Court as an Employer Panel member on 1 May 2020.
In terms of educational and professional background, he has an MBA from Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine (UK), specialisation in International Business and Finance. He holds both Diploma in Compensation and Benefits and Graduate Diploma in Personnel Management from Singapore Institute of Management. His first Bachelor Degree with upper honours was in Social Science majoring in Management. He is also a Certified Compensation Practitioner (CCP) and Global Remuneration Practitioner (GRP) from WorldatWork (formerly American Compensation Association). He is currently a faculty member of WorldatWork and lecturing GRP courses in Singapore, Hong Kong and Indonesia.
Register here: https://lu.ma/IHRP-WorldatWork