PeopleStreme Client Forum Sydney Nov 23

Attend our client forums to get insights from national leaders in the world of HR and Human Capital Management, mingle with industry peers and enjoy a free lunch!

Event date:
November 23, 2017 10:30 AM
The Hilton Sydney 488 George Street Sydney, NSW 2000

PeopleStreme Sydney Client Forum

Our clients forums are for our customers to gain insights from national leaders in the world of HR and Human Capital Management, mingle with industry peers and enjoy a free lunch!

Why should you attend a PeopleStreme Client Forum?

Network

Enjoy the opportunity to network with HR leaders,

Success stories

Learn about the challenges and success stories from your peers.

Sneak previews

Extended Core HR - enabling HR for a centralised model!

Leadership Insights

Our panel of HR Leaders will share with you their experiences and industry tips.

Have your say!

Give feedback on your experiences using HR Tech to manage your greatest asset: people!

Speakers

James Schmalkuche

James Schmalkuche

Senior HR Advisor AVEO Group

Karen Twitchett

Karen Twitchett

General Manager of Human Resources YMCA NSW

Nadine Cooper

Nadine Cooper

HR Manager at Bartier Perry & Board Member at HR Minds 

Other Speakers

  • Tania Evans from Workpro
  • Lyle Potgieter, PeopleStreme CEO
  • Vanessa Porter, previous HR Director at McDonalds, Staging Connections and the NRL
  • Lise van der Spuy, PeopleStreme Professional Services
  • And more!

Agenda

3 course lunch and drinks

10:30am - 3:30pm, Thursday 23rd Nov 2017

COST: Complimentary - we have this covered.

(Please advise of any dietary requirements).

Once you RSVP, you will be sent an email with more details and a calendar entry.

Download the full agenda here

Please note: this event is for PeopleStreme customers only.
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