Alice has over 20 years of HR experience with primarily interest in forming talent strategy which is aligned with the business priority via partnering with the business leaders and executing the initiatives via various HR functions and aspects, including recruiting, organizational and talent development, diversity and inclusiveness and people engagement.
Alice started her career in another Big Four firm as a tax consultant and two years later, joined a start-up UK-based telecoms company in a global recruiting role. She moved from there to work as a head-hunter covering Greater China for various firms and now is the Greater China Head of HR at EY.
She is passionate about her role especially under this digital era as she strongly believes this is a high time for leaders to notice that the key to be successful, is how we can timely transform the workforce, i.e. the importance of attracting a diversified workforce, developing a workforce which keeps learning the new technical skillset and engaging talents with the right mindset, which are agile, passionate, vulnerable and ethical. Alice enjoys running and all kind of sports during her leisure time.
How Alice is building a better working world
Technology progress and emerging business models have transformed how we work and imposed new requirements on how we build the next generation of workforce.
As the EY Greater China Talent Leader, Alice is dedicated to building an adaptive and resilient team in an era where the business environment and client demands are in a state of flux. She enhances EY talent management strategies so it can attract, retain, and inspire talent by providing them with stimulating work experiences and greater opportunities.
She also endeavors to empower EY people by refining training programs and platforms. Leveraging multiple methods, she has helped establish talent training programs that are flexible, forward-looking and fit-for-purpose.