Latin American Human Resource Roundtable
The latest economic, civil, political, cultural, and legislative issues as well as key HR trends and strategies in
8:15 ‚Äì 8:45 CONTINENTAL NETWORKING BREAKFAST AND
Bill Sheridan, Senior Director, NFTC
Briefs of participants” current projects and key areas of interest.
Moderated by Bill Sheridan
In 2003, the economic and political environment will be the key factors directing HR
Bob Dicianni, AIG
10:30 ‚Äì 10:45 REFRESHMENT BREAK
Legislative, economic, and trade issues affecting business in 2003.
Segundo N. Tascon, Watson Wyatt (
1:30 ‚Äì 12:15 UPDATE ON EMPLOYMENT LAW ISSUES
E. Johan Lubbe, Jackson, Lewis, Schnitzer & Krupman
12:15 ‚Äì 1:00 LUNCH
Simulation Exercises of real life incidents; HR”s responsibility in preparing short/long-term assignees and business travelers for doing business in these dangerous times; designing and implementing a proactive Crisis Response Plan and cost effective security strategies.
Thomas A. Clayton, Clayton Consultants, Inc.
1:30 ‚Äì 2:00 BREAK-OUT GROUPS
Small topical groups discuss specific areas of interest and/or critical concerns.
Best practices and trends for 2003.
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