One of the great things about my job is that cool organizations use our products, and I get to talk about it. Plan International is one of those organizations. They are a leading charity, promoting child rights and lifting millions of children out of poverty. If you have not followed the Norwegian Bride viral campaign, check it out. As a father this hit me hard, tears and everything.
I’m fascinated to learn more about how HR processes work in this organization, with a workforce all over the globe. How does a leading charity do HR? At HR Tech in Amsterdam, I will have the pleasure of introducing Mark Banbury from Plan International to the audience. (23rd October, Emerald Room 11.15-11.45). Come along to the session and learn about talent management and HR from Mark.
While it is now in the news, partly because it has now reached America and Europe, Ebola has brought pain and suffering to families in Africa. Plan International is working hard to help children in Africa cope with devastation that this disease brings. (see infographic here). As a small contribution, we will donate €1 for every tweet posted during 23 and 24 October containing both #SuccessFactors and #HRTechEurope, up to a maximum of €5,000.
If you plan to attend HR Tech (and even if you don’t!) Tweet away, please. Follow Plan International on twitter @planglobal please.