Great opportunities to grow your business can be found throughout the whole of Europe, especially in Central Europe where economies are booming.
Many companies are taking their first steps in (partially) relocating their business to Central Europe to benefit from the favourable market conditions in the region. However when doing so, they soon find themselves endlessly and desperately searching for qualified and engaged employees. Once having found them, they struggle to retain them.
This seminar focuses on the staffing challenges that companies doing business in or relocating to Central Europe are facing. And more importantly, it covers how to tackle these challenges and how to turn them into opportunities to help grow your business.
Make sure to be there so secure your free tickets today!
When: Thursday the 23rd of May 2019, 15:00 – 20:00
Where: Déhora Nederland office, A.J. Ernststraat 595-K, 1082 LD, Amsterdam (parking is available underneath the office and our office is easily accessible by public transportation)
For whom: for workforce/HR/logistics/production/industry professionals and business owners operating in or looking into opening a business in Central Europe
Practical information: tickets for this seminar are free and after having registered for this event, you will receive all the practical information needed to attend this event
Programme of the day
15:00-15:30 Registration and welcome
15:30-15:35 Opening by Ben Jansen, CEO of Déhora Consultancy Group
15:35-16:15 Keynote: ‘Finding solutions for European labour market shortages and its cost implications’ by Robert Ruhl, Economist and founder of Next Markets Advisory
16:15-16:40 ‘Workforce planning management 2.0: striking a perfect balance between the needs of employers and those of employees’ by Nunzio Totaro, Managing Director Déhora Central Europe
16:40-17:00 Coffee break
17:00-17:40 ‘Insights into modern logistics: robots as our future colleagues?’ Jan-Willem Klinkenberg, Project Sales Director at TGW Logistics Group
17:40-18:05 Case study ‘Regional diversity as an important challenge to face in Poland’ by Lukasz Chodkowski, Managing Director Déhora Poland
18:05-18:30 Panel discussion about ‘The future of labour: what will it look like in 5 years from now?’
18:30-18:35 Closing speech by Nunzio Totaro, Managing Director Déhora Central Europe
18:35-20:00 Networking, bites & drinks