HRM Congress comprises a series of specialized, multi-day conference & workshop style training for management-level staff on core competencies in human resources. Encompassing a wide range of topics highly relevant to the current-day HR practice.
The congresses also provide an ideal platform for sponsor partners to meet, share knowledge and promote products and services to an extremely targeted group of HR and related business professionals.
HRM Congress comprises a series of specialized, multi-day conference & workshop style training for management-level staff on core competencies in human resources. It is specially crafted to fill the needs of all HR practitioners. Each masterclass will equip attendees with specific skills and tools that will take their respective job function to the next level.
It enables sponsors to build a closer relationship with potential clients through the interactive and intimate sessions (targeted relationship building) as compared to other networking events.
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