Charting far-reaching industry involvement for the First Quarter of Fiscal Year 2016 – 2017, workforce solutions pioneer and heavyweight Servicio Filipino, Inc. through its President & CEO Luis Alberto Anastacio shared its expertise with the private sector and with state organizations dedicated to the enrichment of the human resource industry in the Philippines.
SFI President & CEO graces NATCCO forum
Extending professional know-how, courtesy and a helping hand to the National Confederation of Cooperatives (NATCCO) Network, Mr. Anastacio delivered an expert presentation at the NATCCO’s HR Forum held this 22nd & 23rd June 2016.
Mr. Anastacio was in attendance for the event after NATCCO HR Consultant Mary Rose Gob requested he provide an industry leader’s perspective of “Talent Management: Creating High Performing Workforce”, one of a variety of topics lined up for the CEOs, general managers and HR managers of companies attending the forum.
The Hotel Kimberly in Tagaytay City housed the 2-day event, which aimed to bring participating company leaders to the forefront of human resources and talent management. Guests were also given venues to learn more on subjects such as the growing importance of HR information systems, sharpen their job evaluation skills, and share their best practices and most effective strategies.
SFI President & CEO joins ECOP conference guest panel
Mr. Anastacio would later lend his expertise to a panel assembled at the 37th National Conference of Employers hosted by the Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) last 14th July at the Marriott Hotel in Pasay City.
The attending representatives of ECOP member organizations were in for 2 days of plenary sessions and panel discussions from luminaries in labor and workforce issues. The proceedings were anchored on the theme “Shaping the Future of Work and Business”.
Mr. Anastacio joined Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Deputy Director General Rosanna A. Urdaneta and RFG Executive Search Philippines Director and Office Manager Rubi Ann B. Benitez on the second day at the Marriott Grand Ballroom, elaborating on “Human Capital Requirements for an Emerging Tiger Economy”.
The discussion was enriched by accompanying visuals from each member of the panel, including data prepared by Mr. Anastacio and his team illustrating the condition of the available sectors of the workforce, the extent of unfulfilled manpower demand across regions, and the identified gaps in skills that must be bridged.