MONTREAL, Jan. 28 /CNW Telbec/ - The Ordre des conseillers en ressources
humaines agréés is pleased to invite media representatives to its seminar on
the economic crisis and the key role HR professionals can play -- entitled
Pour faire face à la crise économique : le rôle crucial des RH -- which will
be held in Montreal on February 3, 2009.
In these uncertain times, both organizations and employees have cause for
concern. The seminar will address situations that will soon impact Quebec
businesses, such as stress, temporary layoffs, redundancies, restructuring,
the talent drain and pension fund management, and attempt to provide some
On the agenda - a number of topical issues such as:
- Post-crisis thinking to meet the major challenges of workforce
adaptation and productivity.
- Pension plan funding: critical analysis and some potential solutions
- Telling it like it is: communicating with employees in troubled times
- Talent management and recruitment: Are they still relevant in a crisis?
- Mobilization in the eye of the storm
- The impact of economic uncertainty on compensation programs
For more detailed information about the seminar schedule, visit
www.orhri.org/colloques (in French only).
What: Pour faire face à la crise économique : le rôle crucial des RH
When: Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Hyatt Regency Hotel
1255, rue Jeanne-Mance Montréal - Grand Salon ABC
About the Ordre
The Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés is the primary
reference organization in its field in Quebec. It has a membership of close to
9,500 professionals, candidates and students, including 5,000 CHRPs and 2,500
CIRCs. It is the only organization devoted to the protection of the public
authorized by the Professional Code to confer these professional designations.
Active in all sectors, CHRPs and CIRCS contribute to the development and
maintenance of a healthy working atmosphere and a safe, efficient
organizational environment that respects the uniqueness of each and every
employee. They also represent employers and employees in various areas of HR
management, from industrial relations, to staffing, training, occupational
health and safety, organizational development and compensation.
For further information:
For further information: and accreditation: Caroline Soulas,
Coordinator, Event organization and communications, (514) 879-1636, ext. 224,
Cell phone: (514) 941-1989, February 3 only, firstname.lastname@example.org