2019 CX/CMO Virtual Event: Improving Business Services with Customer Insights in the Age of Data Privacy
1 Day Meeting
New York, NY - Oct 06, 2015
As Human Capital leaders continue to face tough decisions as a result of a still-improving economy, other critical areas remain top-of-mind, including keeping employees engaged, creating succession management plans, handling executive compensation, and increasing influence in the board room. These challenges put a number of new pressures on Human Capital leaders, who must balance business demands while simultaneously satisfying the workforce. These are among the topics that will be discussed at the 2015 Human Capital Leadership Forum in New York.
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