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IB&SC 2013 Highlights. IEEE R10 IB&SC Section Survey – completed To work with the Sections to identify the local benefit schemes, to improve upon them if necessary, and to recommend new benefit schemes that are of interests to the members. The winners are:

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ib sc 2013 highlights
IB&SC 2013 Highlights

IEEE R10 IB&SC Section Survey – completed

To work with the Sections to identify the local benefit schemes, to improve upon them if necessary, and to recommend new benefit schemes that are of interests to the members.

The winners are:

Singapore Section – the most innovative and excellent local benefit schemes

Kerala Section – the best proposals for local benefit schemes

IEEE R10 IB&SC Member Survey – completed

To find out from its members the types of benefits and services that they would like to have in their Sections.

The winners are:

K N MADHU – Senior member, Kerala

SANJAY VANZA – Member, New South Wales

DAYANANDA SURATKAL – Senior Member, Bangalore

MAAZ AZIZ – Student Member, Islamabad

r10 executive committee meeting

R10 Executive Committee Meeting

Name: Michael Ong

Committee: Region 10 Individual Benefits and Services Coordinator 2013–14

1 March 2014

Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines

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Individual Benefits and Services Committee

  • Project / Task Measurable
  • Project 1
  • Identify and recommend 3-4 proposals to be implemented by Sections
  • Mainly Sections effort with minimal financial support from R10
  • Benefit schemes are country specific
  • Quality of proposals
  • Project 2
  • Propose and implement 2-3 family/lifestyles benefits such as discounts to Singapore Science Centre, Singapore Museums, Singapore Zoo, Jurong Bird Park, Night Safari, Gardens by the Bay, and etc.
  • For local and overseas IEEE members visiting Singapore
  • Family members must be accompanied by IEEE members
  • Work with MGA MBPAC for contractual issues
  • Work closely with the Singapore Tourism Board
  • Ease of implementation

Committee Structure

Chair: Michael Ong

Members: Darrel, Kukjin, Elmer, Om and Takako

Objectives

Summarize and communicate all IEEE benefits that are relevant to R10 members from surveys conducted in 2014.

Call for proposals for implementation of benefit schemes by areas or countries

Working with MGA MBPAC to promote and implement family/lifestyles benefits in Singapore for local and visiting members

Projects / Tasks

To solicit suitable proposals for Sections to roll out benefit schemes with limited financial support from R10

To work with MGA MBPAC for lifestyles/family benefits for local members and those visiting Singapore

  • Budget
  • Project 1: $800
  • Project 2: $500
  • Total Proposed Budget: $1300
  • Timeline
  • Project 1: Completion by Aug 2014
  • Project 2: Completion by Nov 2014
appendices project 1
Appendices: Project 1
  • Proposal and recommendation for benefit schemes to be implemented by Sections
  • Quality of proposals and successful roll-out in their areas or countries
  • Good benefit schemes to retain memberships and attract new members
  • Budget breakdown
    • Expenses ($800)
  • Project Milestones leading to completion
    • Identify and recommend good benefit schemes beneficial to members
    • Work closely with the Sections to implement the selected benefit schemes
appendices project 2
Appendices: Project 2
  • Proposal and recommendation for family/lifestyles in Singapore
  • Quality of proposals and successful roll-out for local and overseas members visiting Singapore
  • Good family benefits schemes for work life balance and family bonding
  • Budget breakdown
    • Expenses ($500)
  • Project Milestones leading to completion
    • Identify and recommend good lifestyle schemes beneficial to members
    • Work closely with the Singapore Tourism Board and the places of interests to implement the selected benefit schemes
    • Work with MBPAC for contractual issues
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