Doina Filip, Head of Reward at ORANGE Romania, will be a speaker in the second panel at BR’s upcoming Working Romania HR Conference, titled Shaping a brighter world of work ∣ Powered by Orange. As Head of Reward & HR Budget at ORANGE Romania, Doina Filip will share her valuable insights on employee engagement, wellbeing, employer branding, and more.
A highly experienced and skilled professional, Doina Filip is Head of Reward & HR Budget at ORANGE Romania. She has been a part of the company since 1997 and has more than 25 years of experience in human resources. Her journey in the company began with the role of Payroll Administrator, followed by administration, reporting and budgetary responsibilities, and she is renowned for being the designer of policies and structures of compensations and benefits in the company.
Doina was promoted in 2019 to the current position, having among her tasks the strategic human resources planning, cost efficiency solutions and the creation of predictable models in measuring efficiency indicators.
After spending without cease two decades of activity in the human resources field, Doina is still passionate about her job and she is still looking for new challenges and opportunities for innovation, being convinced that she chose the most beautiful adventure from a professional point of view.
Her role at ORANGE Romania, and her role as a speaker at Working Romania, was made increasingly more important in the current social and economic context, in which HR departments had to face more and more challenges. Wellbeing & employee rewards are two areas of continuous responsibility for those who manage them. They are an essential performance driver for the companies that focus and build upon those components, strengthening the bond between the organization and its people. Surely, Doina Filip will shed light upon these aspects, so join her on March 30, starting with 16:15!
Make sure to join up with Doina Filip and an entire roster of great speakers at BR’s upcoming Working Romania HR Conference, March 30, starting at 14:30. Register for the online event.