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London, United Kingdom, 2009/09/03 - Infohrm, the global leader in workforce planning, reporting and analytics, has announced the line up for the 2009 European conference, to be held at the Australian High Commission, Strand, London.
Rutgers University and BT Group to headline Infohrm conference, using human capital management as a business risk mitigating strategy
11–12 November, Australian High Commission, Strand, London
Infohrm, the global leader in workforce planning, reporting and analytics, has announced the line up for the 2009 European conference, to be held 11 and 12 November at the Australian High Commission, Strand, London. This year’s conference theme is minimising risk to realise greater return; a particularly relevant topic in today’s economic climate.
The conference will feature high profile speakers sharing their experiences, including Presenters Peter Sale, Director of Global Incentives, Nokia; Jacquie Heany, Deputy Director HR Professionalism, Cabinet Office; Sandra McCormack, Manager – Human Resource Metrics, Allied Irish Bank; and Simon Kelly, Director of Corporate Solutions Europe, LinkedIn. Caroline Waters, a keynote presenter and Director of People and Policy from BT Group, was recently named 2009 HR Director of the Year by HR Magazine.
The keynote line up will also feature Academic thought leaders Professor Dick Beatty from Rutgers University in the USA and Professor David Guest from King's College London.
Peter Howes, CEO of Infohrm comments: “Over the last year we have noticed that companies are taking a growing interest in human capital management as they strive to gain competitive advantage in these tough economic times. This conference will provide excellent background on workforce planning, reporting and analytics regardless of an organisations industry sector or size. Our aim is to enable every organisation to think more strategically about the way it handles the most important asset – its people.”
The conference will provide insights on how to gain the human capital advantage using technology, expert techniques, and proven strategies in workforce planning, reporting and analytics.
Peter Howes follows, “Infohrm is proud of its heritage in being the only specialist provider of workforce analytics and planning services. This is the only conference of its kind and consequently we expect it to generate significant interest.”
Running in combination with the conference will be a number of workshop and special master class options, designed to help delegates boost their skills and expertise in workforce planning and analytics.
Infohrm (infohrm.com) is the global leader in workforce planning, reporting, and analytics. With over 25 years experience and a strong customer base that includes Nokia, National Grid, BAA and Aviva Investors, Infohrm has changed the way that organisations measure the impact of their human capital.
Infohrm solutions combine leading-edge Software as a Service (SaaS) technology with strategic consulting and professional development services to give organisations the data-driven intelligence essential for effective human capital management.
Contact: Sarah Vizer, Infohrm - E: sarah.vizer[.]infohrm.com