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It never has been more challenging to be an HR professional than nowadays. Global forces are reshaping the workplace, the workforce, and work itself. To help organizations cope with this unprecedented change, HR leaders and professionals must up their game not only to be a partner of the business but to shape the business and enable the organization to become resilient, standing in longevity built on a strong culture around its most important assets: people.

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This challenge was confirmed in Deloitte’s 2016 Human Capital Report: “After three years of struggling to drive employee engagement and retention, improve leadership, and build a meaningful culture, executives see a need to redesign the organization.”

After all, while it is important, there is more to life than work…

Hence the theme of the congress: Designing and Building People-Centric Organizations.

It is my delight to invite you to one of the most important HR Leadership events of the year, which is simply called: The HR Congress. However, behind this simple title there lies a tremendous amount of work in order to create the best possible thought-leader congress, enabling attendees to network, share knowledge and learn at the highest level.

After bringing together 500 HR professionals in Amsterdam on 29-30 November 2016 and offering probably the most unique and comprehensive event program of its kind, the HR Congress will now arrive in Budapest in the summer of 2017, giving the opportunity to HR professionals in the CEE region to experience a truly international, large-scale congress with such high quality content that is rare to come by. Join us and 300 of your peers in Budapest on 6-7 June 2017 for two unforgettable and inspiring days to help you understand how to become a source of strategic value in designing and building resilient and people-centric organizations.

To know more about the HR Congress Budapest, download the HR Congress Budapest’s brochure.

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The HR Congress Budapest Keynote Speakers

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