On August 18, Odgers Berndtson brought human resource executives from a variety of industries together at ONE°15 Marina Club in Sentosa Cove to discuss the challenges of inspiring and providing career support to millennials in a disruptive world.

Setting the scene for the discussion, Anna Martin, Head of Human Resources Practice for Southeast Asia at Odgers Berndtson, cited that the largest generation of the Singapore workforce was made up of millennials. With reports also indicating that the number was sitting at 1.2million of the entire population, Anna emphasised that it was imperative to find ways of embracing the millennials, whilst keeping them motivated and engaged.

Aliza Knox, a Singapore-based senior executive in charge of Twitter’s online business across Asia Pacific and Latin America, echoed similar sentiments. She led the discussion by outlining four areas of interest to millennials that Twitter has tried to address: culture, community, life and development...

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