about Africa hr forum & Career Fair
The Africa HR Forum is a pan-African conference that seeks to provide a unique opportunity for Human Resource Leaders & practitioners across Africa to share ideas on innovative approaches that elevate industrial standards and discuss challenges associated with their practice.
Through its inaugural session scheduled for 21st & 22nd May 2020, the Forum will provide a unique meeting environment for a diverse community of HR practitioners, In-house Human Resource Managers, Consultants, CEOs, Recruiters and Talent Acquisition Professionals as well as Senior-Level Government Officials involved in Labour and Employment matters. The aim is to share innovative insights on employment-related issues. Delegates will participate in engaging discussions, allowing them to gain strategic insight on key issues associated with the practice of human capital management across Africa.
The 2020 Africa HR Forum & Career Fair is hosted by the Government of Equatorial Guinea and organized by iCUBEFARM in partnership with the African HR Confederation and other key players in the HR industry across Africa.
In view of providing a dynamic platform where companies and job seekers can meet and build professional relationships amongst themselves, a pan-African Career Fair will be organised at the side-lines of the 2020 Africa HR Forum. Participating employers will benefit from the possibility to interview qualified candidates looking to gain employment for entry-level and mid-career skilled positions. Job seekers, on the other hand, will learn about organizational culture, receive career development advice from leading experts and will be given the opportunity to network with potential employers in view of presenting their proficiencies, experience and career goals with hopes of getting hired for a job, an internship, apprenticeship or placement opportunity.
Convening in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea in May 2020, the Africa HR Forum & Career Fair will, through its inaugural session, mark the beginning of a revolution that will encourage the growth of effective human resource practice across Africa through the exchange of knowledge and strong partnerships.
This first edition will be launched under the theme: “Redefining HR practice amidst technological advances, data acquisition challenges and job market uncertainties”.
The session will see the participation of top HR practitioners, In-house Human Resource Managers, Consultants, CEOs, Recruiters and Talent Acquisition Professionals from key markets dedicated to commemorating the effectiveness of the human capital management across all industries.
Insightful panel discussions will touch on key issues associated with the practice of human capital management across Africa. Concurrently, a pan-African Career Fair will be organized to provide opportunities for employers and recruiters operating across Africa to provide information on their organizational culture, available vacancies and employment guidelines to potential employees.