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UPCOMING CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS


MARKETING TO LOW INCOME CONSUMERS CONFERENCE 2014

 
8-10 April 2014
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Johannesburg

Businesses can no longer afford to ignore the market potential at the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP). More and more companies are looking at tapping into the low-income market to grow their market share, but finding it extremely challenging to engage and do business with these consumers. In order to succeed and cater for the low-income consumer, it’s crucial to understand their unique needs, wants, aspirations and environments. Companies must be innovative in their approach, realise the importance of creative business models and customise their existing models, products, distribution and processes. Attend this unique conference on 9 - 10 April 2014 and equip yourself with the latest research, innovative insights and practical information needed to develop and grow your brand to the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP). 


TALENT ACQUISITION AND SELECTION CONFERENCE 2014


Two-day conference • 14-15 May 2014
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Johannesburg

The key to unlocking an organisation’s performance potential lies with its people. Effective talent acquisition and selection is the first vital step in building a winning team. Companies need to make sure that all the time and money spent on talent acquisition, screening, interviewing and selecting potential candidates actually delivers high-quality employees who produce the desired results. This conference will feature some of the industry’s best speakers and leading case studies guaranteed to assist you to tap into the right resources now, while building a long-term sustainable pipeline. The conference is also designed to equip you with the latest research that will ensure that your talent acquisition is valid and reliable. 


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS CONFERENCE 2014

Two-day conference • 21-22 May 2014
Pre-conference Workshop • 20 May 2014
Hyatt Regency Hotel, Johannesburg

The current state of industrial relations in South Africa calls for a more strategic approach, as the high level of unrest is a cause for concern for investors and investor confidence. Issues such as poor socio-economic conditions of workers, inter Union rivalry and violent strikes resulting in job losses need to be addressed. Knowledge Resources has organised a high level industrial relations conference, focusing on the changing IR environment – new realities, new challenges and new approaches. 


Articles from Human Capital Review

The role of the CHRO in emerging markets 
In this article Dr Penny Abbott discusses why the CHRO is uniquely placed to bring interpretations of the socio-economic environment and probable trends in changes to that environment and why the changing environment can impact on products, markets and logistics as well as on the pipeline of human capital required.  

Attracting, Retaining and Leveraging Generation Y Talent
Research by Bussin and Fletcher (2008) found that there were preferences for certain rewards among different generations. In this article, Dr Mark Bussin discusses how to attract, retain and leverage Generation Y Talent.
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