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It's International HR Day on 20th May, a day which recognises the work that HR professionals do in making a positive contribution for individuals and organisations. The theme for 2022 is about HR Reshaping the Future. In celebration of this we are delighted to offer our customers access to this fantastic recording from our recent HR Symposium in which Trayc Keevans, Global FDI Director of Morgan McKinley, global professional services recruitment consultancy.
In this riveting session, Trayc analyses the reasons why people are moving employers and what it is they are seeking. In this way, Trayc argues, you can attract the best of this massive outwardly mobile talent pool and help shape workforce planning for the future.
A special offer to celebrate
In addition, to acknowledge the huge contribution our customers at Legal Island make to their organisations we are offering a massive 50% discount off our HR Toolkit e-learning programme.
HR professionals are currently facing more challenges than at any other time in history. A global health crisis, a move to hybrid and remote ways of working, and an economic downturn are just a few of the issues keeping HR professionals busy.
Legal Island has created an HR Toolkit that aims to provide comprehensive training to assist HR professionals in Ireland, in supporting line managers and employees throughout the employee journey. The suite of courses will offer practical advice to assist you in updating your processes and procedures and help you understand your legal obligations.
To avail of this special offer please contact firstname.lastname@example.org quoting IntlHRDayoffer
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