Learn from industry leaders at the National HR Summit

Join over 900 human resource industry professionals at the iconic Luna Park Sydney for the leading people management event in Australia.

Learn from industry leaders at the National HR Summit

Join the New Zealand delegation at the National HR Summit in Sydney this April. The leading people management event in Australia will see up to 1000 HR professionals attend. It is the perfect opportunity for you to strengthen your networks in the industry.
 
CLICK HERE to register.
 
This year’s National HR Summit offers two cutting-edge conference programs focusing on the issues you told us were at the top of your list. The impressive line-up of speakers features acclaimed HR directors and CEOs of best-practice organisations like Deloitte, Microsoft, Suncorp, Westpac and more.
 
When you’re not learning from the industry’s best, you can browse the latest products and services available at the HR Summit Expo, attend a workshop or two, and go in the draw to win $10,000 cash!
 
Plan your trip to Sydney:

There are a number of hotels within a short walking distance of Luna Park. The Vibe Hotel is offering HR Summit delegates a special rate from $203 per night. Just quote ‘The National HR Summit 2013’ when booking.

So what are you waiting for? The National HR Summit is the perfect opportunity to up-skill yourself and your team, and enjoy a great time in Sydney.
 
Register today and join the NSW delegation. But hurry, places are strictly limited.

 

 

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