Final days to save $400 on tickets to Melbourne HR event

by HRD14 Jun 2018

The HR Summit returns to Melbourne at the Crown Promenade this year as part of the 2018 National HR Summit Series and will once again bring the best topics from Sydney’s National HR Summit held in March.

“The two-day Summit will see delegates benefit from a range of case studies, panel discussions and traditional conference style sessions on the most challenging areas of HR leadership from being a frank and fearless adviser in the C-Suite to using data to enhance strategic decision making,” says Emma Marrett, event manager.

The Summit will feature HR Directors and Executives from some of the leading organisations in Victoria and across Australia, including HESTA, Telstra, Sodexo, City of Melbourne, and many more.

HRD readers are encouraged to book their seats by Friday 15 June to save $400 on individual seats with the Early Bird offer; further discounts apply to group bookings of four or more.

Find out more and register at http://melbourne.hrsummit.com.au/index.php.

The HR Summit returns to Melbourne at the Crown Promenade this year as part of the 2018 National HR Summit Series and will once again bring the best topics from Sydney’s National HR Summit held in March.

“The two-day Summit will see delegates benefit from a range of case studies, panel discussions and traditional conference style sessions on the most challenging areas of HR leadership from being a frank and fearless adviser in the C-Suite to using data to enhance strategic decision making,” says Emma Marrett, event manager.

The Summit will feature HR Directors and Executives from some of the leading organisations in Victoria and across Australia, including HESTA, Telstra, Sodexo, City of Melbourne, and many more.

HRD readers are encouraged to book their seats by Friday 15 June to save $400 on individual seats with the Early Bird offer; further discounts apply to group bookings of four or more.

Find out more and register at http://melbourne.hrsummit.com.au/index.php.

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