Janard Liew

Recruitment Consultant

Singapore

Janard is a specialist in recruiting Analyst to Vice President level HR talent within banking and financial and professional services across Southeast Asia. This includes markets such as fintech, banking, insurance, legal, real estate and consultancy. He also covers functions including reward, compensation, benefits, payroll, HR analytics, HRIS as well as performance and reward consulting. Before joining Frazer Jones, Janard gained experience as a Research Associate for a leading regional think tank. He holds a master’s of science in global migration from University College London.

  • Logistics/Supply Chain

Global Payroll Specialist

We are pleased to be partnering a major Transportation and Logistics player with global footprints to appoint a Payroll Specialist (up to circa. $60k per annum excluding bonuses) into their Group Human Resources (HR) team. Driven by a mission of providing safe, convenient, efficient and reliable solutions to its customers, the client is looking to […]
  • Posted 2 dagen geleden geplaatst
  • Retail/e-Commerce

Regional C&B Manager

We are pleased to partner a Luxury Retail conglomerate to appoint a Regional Compensation & Benefits (C&B) Manager who will take ownership of the Southeast Asian (SEA) markets. As among the most recognisable names in the industry, the client boosts a comprehensive catalogue of products as part of their quest towards service excellence and creativity. […]
  • Posted 6 dagen geleden geplaatst
  • FMCG/Consumer goods

SEA Rewards Specialist

We are pleased to be partnering a European-headquartered multinational firm to appoint a Total Rewards Specialist into the Southeast Asia regional team. With a longstanding legacy spanning approximately two centuries, our client operates out of a global network of assets crosscutting various sectors. The business continues to be driven by the higher order goal of […]
  • Salary GBP108000 – GBP108001 per annum
  • Posted 7 dagen geleden geplaatst
  • Financial Services

HR Anaplan Consultant

We are pleased to be collaborating with a highly decorated Wealth Management firm to appoint an Anaplan Consultant into their Human Resources (HR) Technology team. Cognisant of the manifold transitions taking place around the world (e.g. elevated valuations, very low real interest rates, record high public debt levels, persistent inflationary and geopolitical pressures), the client […]
  • Salary GBP120000 – GBP120001 per annum
  • Posted 1 week geleden geplaatst

JANARD’s Insights

  • Market Insight

Spotlight on HR technology trends in Singapore 2024

  • Posted maart 18, 2024
According to research by Gartner, HR technology is ranked the number one area of investment in 2023 by CHROs and associated leaders, which is indeed reflected in the increased number of HR information systems (HRIS) appointments we have made over the past 12-18 months. HR technology’s rising prominence is accelerated in part by digitalization and […]
  • Career advice

60 seconds with a rising star – Shanice Yeo from MUFG

  • Posted oktober 10, 2023
In our most recent edition of “60 seconds with a rising star” we interview Shanice Yeo, Regional Performance & Rewards AVP at MUFG. Shanice is a Regional Performance & Rewards AVP within the HR function at MUFG Bank based in Singapore. A graduate from Nanyang Technological University (majoring in HR Consulting), she is switched-on, engaging and […]
  • Reward

Spotlight on rewards trends in Singapore – H2 2023

  • Posted september 26, 2023
It is fascinating to observe how the rewards market has adjusted since last year, where we saw record demand and hiring levels for compensation and benefits professionals. Fast forward 10 months later, while rewards hiring has managed to retain its momentum despite broader economic challenges, organisations have certainly adopted a more conservative approach. For example, […]
  • Market Insight

Spotlight on rewards trends in Singapore

  • Posted november 8, 2022
Singapore rewards hiring is at a high in a post-pandemic world According to Mercer, burnout, personal circumstances and dissatisfaction with pay form the top three reasons behind most market movements at present. This means that employees are increasingly looking beyond the numerical figures stated on their offer letters and payslips when deciding to join or […]