Help and Learn Webinar Series for a Cause

COVID-19 presents an unprecedented challenge for governments, businesses, and individuals across the globe. Increasingly, businesses are looking for innovative ways in which to change the way we work to adapt to this situation.

As a form of service to the business community, UpUp App Technologies and PRAXIS Associates PH Co. have teamed up to launch the webinar series “HELP and LEARN: A Webinar Series for a Cause”. This webinar series intends to gather HR leaders, business leaders, and business owners in a two-hour interactive session to discuss evolving roles of HR in a remote setup, as well as the best practices of organizations to ensure that their employees’ needs are well taken care of in the midst of this pandemic.

Webinar Series Schedule:

May 19, Recruitment and Jobhunting During and After COVID-19


  1. Pham Thi My Le (Chairwoman, Le & Associates)
  2. Marvin Zoilo (HR Head, Asean HR Leaders Circle Philippines)

May 21, Leadership in Times of Crisis


  1. Carsten Ley (Founder, Asia PMO)
  2. Felix Veroya (Founder & CEO, Ask Lex PH Academy)


May 26, Mental Health and Employee Well-Being During and After COVID-19

  1. My Holland (CEO, EQuest Asia)
  2. Emmanuel Paras (Agency Manager, Peak Wealth Solutions)

May 28, The New Normal in Business Operations

  1. Jutta Arnaud-Rattensperger (Director, CHIConsultant)
  2. Reynald Salvador (Audit and Compliance Lead, Sprout Solutions Philippines)
  3. Froilan Mobo (Assistant Research Director, Philippine Merchant Marine Academy)

May 29, Recruitment and Jobhunting During and After COVID-19 (part 2)

  1. Quentin Barnard (Certified Executive Coach-Advisor; Creator: VERITA Assessment©)
  2. Emmanuel Paras (Agency Manager, Peak Wealth Solutions)

Why Help & Learn?

Aside from learning from industry leaders, you will also be able to extend help for health care

workers and vulnerable families in the Philippines. Proceeds of the webinar will go to the

Doctors to the Barrios COVID-19 response efforts in rural Philippines and to help/feed those

affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Register here and donate at least USD5:

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