2017 HR Advisory Conference

June 22-22, 2017 | USA

Workplace policies are designed to let employees know what is expected of them with respect to standards of behavior and performance. They also exist to provide guidance when making company decisions and to prevent risk and liability to the company.

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How much does it cost to hire and train up a new starter in your organisation? Research by SHRM suggests it can cost 6 to 9 months’ salary every time a business replaces an employee, while a study by Oxford Economics estimates it costs £30,000 on average to replace someone when you facto


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

HR and Employment Law Virtual Conference

June 9-9, 2021 | USA

This year our conference, in association with Hays Recruitment, will be held over two morning sessions (9 & 10 June) on Zoom! We will have our usual informative sessions with guest speakers bringing you up-to-date with all things HR and Employment!

Insights from developing people analytics capabilities in a global HR team

June 1-1, 2021 | USA

People operations have finally reached a point in time and technological maturity, where it we have possibilities and the means to start generating insights and support decision making with real time data and evidence regarding our people’s needs, feedback, behavior and performance. Building a truly human centric organization and people first culture requires us to know what our people appreciate and how we can generate and develop their work experience. HR or people operations is there to help people do a good job.

How to Use Agile HR to Co-create Employee Experience

May 26-26, 2021 | USA

How do you design great people practices to support business agility? We know many HR, L&D, OD and Organisational Change teams are wrestling with this hot topic, unsure of where and how to start.

5th Global Conference on International Human Resource Management

May 20-22, 2021 | USA

The International HRM field is broad and expanding, incorporating many disciplines including cross-cultural management, comparative HRM, and strategic international HRM. Practice and research are focused on understanding why certain HRM activities fit a given national context or exploring how a multinational enterprise balances the global/local paradox in managing its workforce. The first four biennial Global Conferences on IHRM held since 2013 have helped to broaden our knowledge.

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How much does it cost to hire and train up a new starter in your organisation? Research by SHRM suggests it can cost 6 to 9 months’ salary every time a business replaces an employee, while a study by Oxford Economics estimates it costs £30,000 on average to replace someone when you facto

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