From Monday August 18 to Thursday August 21, the Australian Human Resources Institute is conducting a series of events for HR Week 2003 in Western Australia.
The first event on Monday August 18 is the official launch function for HR Week 2003, which will be held at the Parmelia Hilton Hotel and will feature Clinical Cell Culture, director and chief medical officer, Dr Fiona Wood who will speak on the topic of Motivation for Continuous Improvement: Where is the Key? Tickets for the launch are available for $33 for online member registration, $44 for phone or fax member registration, $55 for non-members or $27.50 for students.
The Perth Zoo Function Centre is the venue for the next event on Tuesday August 19, which is entitled How Performance Management Can Meet the Emerging Expectations of Today’s Dynamic Workforce. Tickets for this event are available for $33 for online member registration, $44 for phone or fax member registration, $77 for non-members or $38.50 for students.
Wednesday August 19’s event at the Perth Zoo Function Centre entitled How Human Resource Professionals Can Influence Their Organisations and Increase Their Credibility will feature Quad Consulting International, managing director, Michael DiLallo. Tickets for this event are available for $99 for online member registration, $132 for phone or fax member registration, $165 for non-members or $88 for students.
The final event for HR Week in Western Australia on Thursday August 21, which is to be held at the Perth Zoo Function Centre is entitled Expectations of the Workforce and will feature presentations on topics such as, Understanding Jobseeker Psychology In Order To Improve The Quality Of Recruitment Outcomes; Generation X and Their Expectations; and Baby Boomers and Their Expectations. Tickets for this event are available for $99 for online member registration, $132 for phone or fax member registration, $165 for non-members or $88 for students.
For further information or to register for any of the events contact the Australian Human Resources Institute on 03 9918 9201 or log on to www.ahri.com.au.
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