For whom?

The programme ‘Strategic HRM’ is targeted towards:

  • HR professionals who are responsible for or involved in the development of the HR policy within their organisation
  • General management profiles who are responsible for the HRM function within their organisation (e.g. within an SME-organisation)

In previous editions, we had the pleasure of welcoming participants from companies such as VRT, Accenture, Accor, Hotels Belgium, Balta Industries, BASF Belgium, BCC, bpost, Carrefour Belgium, Corelio, Publishing, Ernst & Young, European Space Agency, FOD Binnenlandse Zaken, Madibel, Marine Harvest Pieters, Nestlé Belgilux, Ricoh Belgium, SD Diensten, Secretary Plus Management Support, Securex, Smals, Telindus Group, Touring and Vlaamse Milieumaatschappij.

In the past we welcomed Human Resource Managers, Human Resource Directors, Training and Development Managers, HR Coordinators, Organisational Experts, Recruitment Managers, Compensation and Benefits Managers, HR Specialists, CEOs and General Managers.

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