We are delighted to announce that the 2013 AHRMIO Conference will take place in Dublin, Ireland, where it will be hosted by AHRMIO sponsor Allianz Worldwide Care in the beautiful Royal College of Physicians.
The dates are 16-18 September 2013. The Conference dinner will be held in the Dining Hall of the historic Trinity College.
The Conference programme is outlined in the attached Flyer for the 2013 AHRMIO Conference.doc N.B. This is a preliminary programme and is still subject to change; additions and exact timings will be announced later.
Since demand for hotels in Dublin during September is very high, participants are urged to make their reservations without delay - even if, in due course, they have to cancel. A list of some hotels can be accessed at List of possible hotels in Dublin.doc Other hotels not on the list can be found through a websearch.
The Conference registration form is here: AHRMIO 2013 Conference registration form.doc
AHRMIO TWO-DAY TRAINING EVENT FOR MID-LEVEL HR PRACTITIONERS,
19-20 SEPTEMBER 2013, DUBLIN, IRELAND
We are pleased to announce that the AHRMIO two-day training event, which will follow the 2013 Annual Conference, will take place on 19-20 September 2013. The event will be hosted by AHRMIO sponsor Allianz Worldwide Care in their Dublin office, the address of which is:
18B Beckett Way, Park West Business Campus
Nangor Road, Dublin 12
N.B. This two-day programme is primarily intended for mid-level HR practitioners or specialists who have entered the function relatively recently, rather than those who have been in the HR service for many years. It will particularly benefit specialists who would like to broaden their knowledge of the other HR areas.
As previously, the training event will be conducted by Professor Chris Brewster of the Universities of Reading and Henley, UK and Professor Paul Boselie from the University of Utrecht School of Governance in The Netherlands. The training schedule will be similar to that of the 2012 event.
The registration form is attached Registration form for the AHRMIO Training event Dublin 19-20 September 2013.doc. As numbers are limited, EARLY REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED.
The 2012 Annual Conference of AHRMIO took place in Vienna on 17-19 September.
See the links below:
- Blog reviews of all the presentations are here
- Thoraya Obaid's presentation is available under this link
- The photos of the cocktail which preceded the Gala Dinner can be seen under 'Community', 'Photos'
- videos with information, inter alia, about AHRMIO sponsors' services are here
- The project "Children at Play", supported by AHRMIO's sponsor UNIQA, is explained by the artist himself, Lukas Maximillian Hüller, in an interview.
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