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Managing e-people & e-cultures conference


Managing e-people & e-cultures
The London Chamber of Commerce, City of London, 7 July 2000

A one day conference focusing on how to recruit, reward and retain your e-colleagues in a competitive environment. Finding and retaining quality staff continues to be the single most important issue facing the technology industry.

The giddy success of high-tech start-ups can draw management focus away from the staff who helped to get the company there. E-businesses aren't very different from most other firms in one important respect - they employ people. Those who avoid some basic Human Resources rules could find themselves in a very harsh commercial environment.

Startups have also had an impact on the people and cultures within e-departments in established companies. Wider granting of share options, shorter decision time and a more positive look at new business developments are just some of these influencing factors. Talent is in high demand, and talents want to be happy. So the key question is: How do you recruit, motivate and retain these talents?

This conference will provide delegates with the opportunity to share ideas and network with peers who are grappling with the same issues of managing e-people and e-cultures.

Speakers include senior representatives from Charles Russell Solicitors, The Quo Group (HR Consultancy), DBM (career management consultants), EOS Internet Ventures, EMR/TMR Group, KnowledgePool, Razorfish and Excite UK.

For further details, contact OC Optimum Conferences on 01234 364 844, or e-mail [email protected]


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