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HR Summit 2013 the premier HR networking event

The National HR Summit celebrated eleven years in 2013. Catch the highlights of the premier HR event, attended by over 900 human resource industry professionals at the iconic Luna Park in Sydney.

Video transcript below:

Stephanie Zillman, HC TV
Stephanie Zillman:  A record crowd made their way to the National HR Summit 2013, bringing together the best HR professionals in the industry.  Held at Sydney’s Luna Park, the leading people management event offered free workshops, an expo featuring the latest services and products relevant to the industry as well as networking functions and an extensive program of conferences and seminars. 

The program was filled with award winning speakers including Tim Legg of Learning Seat, Joydeep Hor of People and Culture Strategies and Rose Clements of Microsoft.
-  I thought it’s really really great,  really useful, especially for a smaller company like the one that I am employed for.
Joydeep Hor, People+Culture Strategies
Joydeep Hor:  There is no doubt that with the kinds of numbers that we are expecting that this is the premier HR event in Australia this year no doubt.
Stephanie Zillman:  Hundreds of delegates entered the passport challenge, with one lucky lady winning $10,000 cash.
-  It feels amazing. I could not have imagined that this is going to ever happen and this feels totally surreal.
Stephanie Zillman:  There were smiles all round as HR professionals took the opportunity to network at one of the largest gatherings for the Australian HR industry, an ideal way to make the most of a prestigious event that continues to grow.  This is Stephanie Zillman reporting from the HR Summit 2013.

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