HALIFAX, Nov. 6, 2013 /CNW/ - The Conference Board of Canada's first Atlantic Canada HR Summit will touch on everything from a regional economic forecast and workforce planning to compensation trends.
Attendees will hear the Conference Board's top thinkers on the economy and strategic human resources management, business executives such as Andrew Oland, President of Moosehead Breweries, and the voices of youth through a panel of young Atlantic Canadian professionals and business leaders.
This will be the foremost opportunity to learn and share business strategies that will determine Atlantic Canada's future in the global economy.
|When:||November 7, 2013|
|Where:||Lord Nelson Hotel & Suites, 1515 South Park St. Halifax, NS|
|Andrew Oland - President, Moosehead Breweries Limited|
|Ian R. Cullwick - Vice-President, Leadership and Human Resources Research, The Conference Board of Canada|
|Pedro Antunes, Director, National and Provincial Forecast, The Conference Board of Canada|
||Nic Fieldsend - Director, Client Services and Business Development, Journeyman Film Company|
|Nick Norrad, Partner, Spacek & Associates Chartered Accountants|
|Krista T. Walsh, President, KC Collect!|
|Tony Case - Leadership Solutions Practice Leader, Knightsbridge Robertson-Surrette|
For the full schedule and times, visit: http://www.conferenceboard.ca/conf/13-0169/agenda.aspx
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The event is sponsored by Knightsbridge Robertson Surrette, Towers Watson, Dalhousie University, Human Resources Association of Nova Scotia, Human Resources Professionals of Newfoundland and Labrador, The Institute of Public Administration of Canada and the University of New Brunswick.
SOURCE: Conference Board of Canada
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