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Infohrm APAC Conference 2008 Set To Focus on Workforce Strategies Design

  • 10 June, 2008 10:01

<p>- Gold Coast Event Set to Attract More Than 300 HR Professionals -</p>
<p>Brisbane, 10 June 2008 - Successfully executing on change to deliver impact in the workplace and implementing HR solutions optimised for the fast changing workforce of the future are set to take centre stage for discussion at this year’s Infohrm Asia Pacific Conference.</p>
<p>Targeted to attract in excess of 300 human resources professionals, the annual Infohrm conference is now in its 18th year and is widely recognised as an important date on the HR industry calendar. The conference is being staged on the Gold Coast from
6-7 August 2008.</p>
<p>As in previous years, the 2008 Infohrm conference will bring together an array of prominent international and local HR speakers who will provide attendees with key learnings in workforce analytics, planning and reporting.</p>
<p>Delegates will be treated to a variety of topics introducing the latest HR development and techniques, including presentations on building a human capital management capability, using analytics to improve business outcomes, and the role of workforce planning in delivering competitive advantage.</p>
<p>Keynote speakers include:</p>
<p>Helen Ogden, Head of HR Services and Planning, British Airports Authority</p>
<p>Stephen Few, CEO, Perceptual Edge</p>
<p>Nickolas Nyhus, Vice President – Workforce Planning &amp; HR Compliance</p>
<p>Penny Meier, Vice President, Workforce Strategy &amp; Planning, Ameriprise Financial.</p>
<p>In addition, a series of case studies will be also presented from a range of public and private organisations, including Queensland Department of Main Roads, Water Services Association of Australia, Australasian Railway Association, Ergon Energy, Airservices Australia, Brisbane City Council, Sydney Water and Coca-Cola Amatil.</p>
<p>“As in previous years, the underlying message of the conference is the contribution of HR to organisational effectiveness and driving business outcomes. However, in a fast changing and uncertain business climate, this conference will also enable attendees to unlock potential windows of opportunity by learning about the critical role of human capital analytics in designing workforce strategies to meet future business needs,” said Anastasia Ellerby, Managing Director, Infohrm.</p>
<p>For further information on the conference visit:</p>
<p>About Infohrm Group</p>
<p>The Infohrm Group is the global leader in on-demand workforce reporting, workforce planning, and human capital analytics solutions. With over 30 years of experience, and a strong customer base consisting of Fortune 500 and 1000 clients, Infohrm has paved the way for organisations to measure the impact of human capital initiatives and drive business results. The Infohrm solutions couple a leading edge on-demand technology platform with strategic consulting services; to focus on the analysis of data to help organisations make informed decisions around human capital practices. Infohrm is headquartered in Brisbane, with offices in Europe and North America.</p>

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