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Humanitarian HR Europe conference 2014: Addressing your organisation's needs: Global mobility, consortia working and demonstrating impact

Source: People In Aid - UK - Wed, 12 Feb 2014 10:16 GMT
Author: People In Aid
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Every year, the Humanitarian Human Resources (HHR) conferences provide a unique space for HR professionals in the sector to reflect, learn from what others are doing, gain fresh insights, and generate practical solutions.

For the 18th annual Humanitarian HR Europe conference we explore what the future holds for humanitarian HR. The conference will focus on three themes: how we can measure and demonstrate the impact of HRglobal mobility, which will explore national vs international reward and more; as well as the opportunities and challenges of working in consortia.

We will have expert speakers from inside our sector and beyond, alongside workshops and practical case studies. And, most important of all, we will have HR leaders and future-thinkers from humanitarian organisations, big and small, from all over Europe, the US and beyond.

The conference will be convened and facilitated by Katy Murray, an experienced independent consultant and facilitator. Key presenters and contributors will be announced later in the spring.

 

Early-bird discount available to the first 15 bookings only – GBP 500 instead of GBP 550

This year, the first 15 people to book their place at the conference will receive a discount of GBP 50.

Book early to avoid missing out at http://www.peopleinaid.org/events/418.aspx

 

The conference fee includes accommodation on 4 and 5 June and all meals. Extending your stay at the conference venue may be available at your own cost; please enquire fromcarol@peopleinaid.org. Non-residential places are also available.

The conference is always very popular and places are limited, so book early to secure your place.Deadline for bookings: 6 May 2014

Please note: all conference participants will need a Schengen visa to enter Hungary, if not from an EEA state or a visa-exempt country.

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