The arc of the HR revolution in Africa continues with Africa HR Forum 2022, hosted by the Government of Equatorial Guinea and ICUBEFARM, in collaboration with the African HR Confederation
After the Africa HR Forum 2022 Launch, which was held on Wednesday, 31st August 2022 from 11h to 12h30pm CAT and which featured a high-level panel comprising thought leaders from the HR, Labour & Employment and Legal spheres who set the foundation with an initial discussion focused on the theme “Reinventing HR Best Practice for modern African Workforce”, the upcoming Africa HR Forum 2022 will continue this critical discussion.
Africa HR Forum 2022, now in its third edition, is being hosted by the Government of Equatorial Guinea and ICUBEFARM, in collaboration with the African HR Confederation. This year, the Conference will hold virtually from the 24th to 25th of October 2022 from 10am CAT (GMT+1) daily in English with live French and Spanish translation.
The third edition of Africa HR Forum will feature panel discussions that will be hosted by Africa HR Forum’s network of Technical Partners across Africa. There will also be insightful keynote addresses from thought leaders, Managers, CEOs, the Minister of Labour and Labour & Employment-related Government Officials, etc. including the Keynote Speaker of Africa HR Forum 2022, Mr. Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP, President and CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management.
With a diverse Pan-African lineup of panel session hosts and speakers, the Africa HR Forum 2022 aims to deliver varied and unique insights, by critically exploring the essential building blocks, guideline strategies, required for building and leading a modern African workforce thus shedding impactful and relevant insights that will drive change.
Join us for Africa HR Forum 2022 and be a part of riveting discussions on how HR can drive transformation for a sustainable and agile African workforce. Register for the Africa HR Forum 2022 to participate for free, at https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_97FNL2Q3Teu8xNSB8w0Fzg . For more information, contact us at email@example.com or call +237 683 064 880/ +240 555 796 551.