The annual Human Resource Students Convention (HRSC) has become a platform of giving importance to the empowerment of human resource management as a core competency of any organization. Now on its fifth year, HRSC goes beyond the Philippines to reach a higher level in international development and cooperation, as it invite delegates from the ASEAN Region.
With the theme “ASEAN HR: The New Era Begins”, the 5th HRSC – International will be held on March 04-06, 2015 from 8:00 am – 6:00 pm at the Bulwagang Balagtas, Ninoy Aquino Library and Learning Resource Center (NALLRC), Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP), Sta. Mesa, Manila.
Covering important topics such as: (Day 1) Leadership Excellence Through an Effective HR Empowerment; (Day 2) Building Bridges, Gaining Competitive Edge; and (Day 3)Breaking Boundaries: Amidst Integration – the three-day convention aims to sharpen and develop the competitiveness of HR people in acquiring modern and effective practices adaptive to the looming ASEAN community integration in 2015 and beyond.
As the ASEAN Integration takes place, each nation will be able to incorporate, relate, discover, and learn from each other. Surpassing existing competitive potential, HR requires intensive professionalism and the higher recognition of the HR function as well.
HRSC has defined the significance of human capital; understood the responsibilities and roles of HR; managed the complexities of a diverse workforce; crossed our boundaries beyond limitations; and now, we are fortifying the ASEAN HR in the new era.
He is one of the successful people in the corporate world. He took up a Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Accounting at the University of Santo Tomas and completed his Master’s in Business Administration at De La Salle Graduate School of Business. He also had a Certificate in Computer Applications in Human Resource Management, Cornell University, New York, U.S.A.
He also participated in different voluntary (non-salaried) works in HR as the former President of People Management Association of the Philippines, World Federation of People Management Associations, Asia Pacific Federation of Human Resource Management, and a Board Member of World Federation of People Management Associations.
He has gained a lot of experiences from all his employments that molded him into what he is today. He was once a financial analyst at the John and Johnson Philippines, Accountant at American Bureau of Shipping, Managing Consultant at John Clements Consultants, Inc., Personnel Manager at the Schering Plough-Corporation, HR Director at Manila Pavilion Hotel, Assistant Vice President at All Asia Capital and Trust Corporation, Vice President of HR and General Affairs at Fujitsu Computer Products Corporation of the Philippines, Vice President for HR and General Affairs at Toshiba Storage Device Corporation, Vice President of Change Management Initiatives at Energy Development Corporation, President and CEO and Grid Certified Facilitator of Grid Culture Change International, Inc., Founder and President of Human Resource (HR) Gabay Asia Pacific, Inc and an HR Coach at the Philippine Veterans Bank.
He was also awarded with abundant recognitions such as being one of 75 Most Outstanding Alumni in the 75-Year Existence of the University of Santo Tomas College of Commerce, People Manager of the Year by People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP), an outstanding Alumnus in the Field of Human Resource Management at the University of Santo Tomas College of Commerce and a Manuel L. Quezon Leadership Awardee for Exemplary Leadership University of Santo Tomas.
A competitive and strong in setting up HR operations, has excellent network in both domestic and international HR arena, has travelled in 20 countries to speak in international conferences.