CBI DISCUSS EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT AT SECOND ANNUAL HR CONFERENCE

Pictured are Alastair Adair, Provost University of Ulster, Belfast ,Philip Lennon, vice chair of the CBI Employment & Skills Committee,Vivien Weldon, Parity; Mike Mullan, chair of the CBI Employment & Skills Committee, Prof Marie McHugh, Ulster Business School and Paul Oakes, Equality Commission. Picture by Brian Thompson/Presseye.com

Pictured are Alastair Adair, Provost University of Ulster, Belfast ,Philip Lennon, vice chair of the CBI Employment & Skills Committee,Vivien Weldon, Parity; Mike Mullan, chair of the CBI Employment & Skills Committee, Prof Marie McHugh, Ulster Business School and Paul Oakes, Equality Commission.
Picture by Brian Thompson/Presseye.com

SUCCESSFUL strategies for employee engagement is the key theme of the CBI’s second annual HR Conference to be held at the University of Ulster campus on 14 November 2013.

The event has been sponsored by the Equality Commission, Parity and the Ulster Business School.

The event, which will feature a keynote address from Employment and Learning Minister Stephen Farry MLA, follows on from a successful initial conference in 2012 and has attracted an attendance of 150 senior HR professionals from the local business community and further afield.

Pictured are Alastair Adair, Provost University of Ulster Belfast ,Philip

Lennon, vice chair of the CBI Employment & Skills Committee,Vivien Weldon,

Parity; Mike Mullan, chair of the CBI Employment & Skills Committee, Prof

Marie McHugh, Ulster Business School and Paul Oakes, Equality Commission.

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