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HR Barometer 2020 - Series 4
HR Barometer 2020 - Series 4
Key speakers and consultants from Adare Human Resource Management will share the findings of the HR Barometer National Survey and their insight into what this means for HR Practitioners in 2021.  
HR Conference - Confidence in the "New Normal" - 4th June 2020
HR Conference - Confidence in the "New Normal" - 4th June 2020
The conference will also feature a prestigious panel of speakers, providing insight, personal commentary and their views. Opening Keynote speaker David McWilliams, Economist, Author & Broadcaster.

Previous Events

HR's role in the Next Normal & the Future Direction of HR Strategy - 20th May 2020
HR's role in the Next Normal & the Future Direction of HR Strategy - 20th May 2020
Three * 1 hour HR Forums facilitated by Kieran Mulvey, Chairman & Derek McKay, Managing Director of Adare Human Resource Management.
HR Basics - Legislation, Regulations and Compliance - 15th May 2020
HR Basics - Legislation, Regulations and Compliance - 15th May 2020
This webinar will walk you through the most important HR basics for nonprofits.
The Leadership Mindset - Leading Yourself And Your Organisation - 6th May 2020
The Leadership Mindset - Leading Yourself And Your Organisation - 6th May 2020
In this live online session, you will hear Gary Keegan, Founder & CEO, Uppercut speak about some important principles related to leading through adversity.
Online L&D Meetup #Disruption and The New Normal - 4-5th May 2020
Online L&D Meetup #Disruption and The New Normal - 4-5th May 2020
48 hours dedicated to you – L&D and HR managers, directors, leaders.
HR Member Network Forum - 24th September 2019
HR Member Network Forum - 24th September 2019
This HR Forum is intended for Heads of Human Resources, HR Directors, Senior HR Managers and Practitioners.
HR Barometer Briefing Series 3 - 16th September 2019
HR Barometer Briefing Series 3 - 16th September 2019
Key speakers and consultants from Adare Human Resource Management will share the findings of the recent HR Barometer National Survey and their insight into what this means for HR Practitioners in 2020.