At the recent HR Summit, there was a total of 2,453 visitors, 1,702 of which were registered delegates and 751 of whom were 'walk-in' professionals.
Now in it’s sixth year, HR Summit 2008 is set to be the biggest and best yet - with more choice than ever before. Choose from up to five concurrent sessions offering you the opportunity to hear first hand from international speakers and business experts – along with global and regional HR leaders.
Learn to implement new initiatives to improve your organisation via a wide variety of presentations designed to give you ‘take home’ action plans and strategies for immediate, mid and long term staffing gains.
Discover the very latest talent & workplace development strategies from around the world – along with practical case studies from inside some of the regions greatest employers.
Leaders Forum is tailor-made to the needs of HR Directors, VPs, CHROs, Senior HR Managers, CEOs, CFOs and senior business heads/leaders of staff. Register for Leaders Forum and enjoy exclusive access to the 2-day Leaders Forum agenda PLUS attend any session - anywhere - any time, throughout the entire HR Summit.
This includes all presentations from Talent Management, Workplace Strategies, Corporate Learning and the Solutions Workshops
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