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Thursday, 25th January 2007 at 11:35 am
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Ethical Investor is proud to announce another agenda-setting event, Sustainable Human Capital Management

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Sustainable Human Capital Management Conference - Advertorial
Thursday, 25th January 2007 at 11:35 am

March 19th – 20th, Park Hyatt, Melbourne

Ethical Investor is proud to announce another agenda-setting event, Sustainable Human Capital Management

This ground-breaking conference demonstrates the link between best practice Corporate Social Responsibility, employee engagement and shareholder returns.

Corporate leaders including John McFarlane CEO of ANZ, Pat Grier, CEO of Ramsay Healthcare and Grant Harrod, CEO of Corporate Express offer case studies of best practice in managing their people in an enlightened way, and for the greater good of the company and its shareholders.

Other leading speakers include Bill Shorten and Paul Clitheroe as well as presenters from human capital specialists Hewitt associates, Talent2 and Human Synergistics.

You can visit the Ethical Investor website www.ethicalinvestor.com.au

Or download a brochure from the link below.




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