Africa HR Forum 2022 delivers an inclusive and engaging third edition for the empowerment of the continent’s workforce
The third edition of Africa HR Forum, Africa HR Forum 2022, which is organized by the Government of Equatorial Guinea, through its Ministry of Labour, Promotion of Employment and Social Security in collaboration with ICUBEFARM and the African HR Confederation, united HR Leaders, Practitioners and other stakeholders from across Africa to explore the relevant and pertinent theme of ‘Reinventing HR Best Practice for a modern African Workforce’ from Monday, 24th October to Tuesday, 25th October 2022. This edition was held virtually and interpretation was made available in English, French and Spanish for the comprehension and active participation of Africa HR Forum’s Pan-African audience.
Dynamic and informative panel sessions were hosted by some of Africa HR Forum’s network of Partners; Federation of Kenya Employers, Hesed Consulting South Africa, African HR Confederation, Institute of People Management South Africa, Institute of People Management Zimbabwe, the Senegalese Association of HR Professionals, Federation of Congo Enterprises and the Association of Training and People Management Managers in Companies (Tunisia). Participants and Delegates listened to and exchanged with experienced and knowledgeable experts and practitioners from diverse fields as they provided essential and applicable information that will drive effective HR best practice for an agile and modern workforce on the continent.
eatured alongside these enriching panel discussions were illuminating keynote addresses from Government and industry leaders including the Minister of Labour, Promotion of Employment and Social Security in Equatorial Guinea, H.E. Mr. Alfred Mitogo Mitogo Ada, the Minister of Labour & Social Security in Cameroon, H.E. Mr. Gregoire Owono, the Director General of Labour in Equatorial Guinea, Mr. Angel-Francisco Ela Ngomo Nchama, the President of the Institute of People Management Zimbabwe, Mr. Cleopas Chiketa and the Founder and Promoter of Africa HR Forum, Mrs. Yolanda Asumu.
Africa HR Forum and its network of Partners continue to work to empower Africa’s workforce through initiatives that promote the exchange of diverse knowledge. To keep updated on Africa HR Forum programmes and events, visit www.africahrforum.com and follow AHRF social media pages on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.