Svitlana Gildebrandt speaks at HR IT Insider
November 9, 2017 1 min read
Svetlana Gildebrandt, VP of People, Culture and Engagement of Innovecs, was invited as a speaker at HR IT INSIDER Conference held on October 18, 2017, at Kyiv. Svetlana delivered a presentation about the introduction of innovative methods aimed at involving staff, improving work within teams and staff expanding.
About HR IT Insider
HR IT INSIDER – conference of the most effective technologies for the HR industry. Leading suppliers of IT products will introduce main decisions and innovations in the field of global HR management, talent management, training, and motivation, as well as in internal communications.
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