With the emergence of the coronavirus pandemic, Organizations around the globe had to adjust their business models and operations to ensure business sustainability while remaining a going concern. Given that we are now in the era of the new world of work, the priorities of most CEOs and organizations are shifting. The focus is now on realigning and reskilling their workforce to add value to all stakeholders, impact the growth of the business, and ultimately translate to positive business outcomes and national economic gains.
SAP is a proud sponsor of the 53rd Annual CIPMN Conference taking place on 24th -26th November.
Hear from Genevieve Koolen , HR Director SAP Africa , Abbey Seetal, Head Transformation, Diversity & Inclusion Africa as well as Bongisa Magumbu, HR Solution Advisor for SuccessFactors at SAP Africa, as they share insight into the strategies and tools to grow and retain a diverse workforce.
Link to event: Annual National Conference | CIPM (cipmnigeria.org)
The objective of the conference is to :
- Identify the new skills and competencies that are required in the new dispensation of work.
- Identify the gaps in current workforce and design ways of driving economic and human capital growth through reskilling initiatives and interventions.
- Educate, empower, enrich, enlighten and equip participants with the knowledge, insights, tools and experiences to grow people, businesses, and economies through a major focus on reskilling.
|Growing and Retaining a Diverse, All-Inclusive Workforce: Tools and Strategies
Genevieve Koolen, Human Resource Director , SAP Africa
Bongisa Magumbu, HR Solution Advisor for SuccessFactors , SAP Africa