The event “Leading HR Conference” held at Inter Expo Center will answers those questions on October 18
What are the trends in contemporary HR? What is the future of the profession? What are the challenges faced by professionals, what are the transformations and how should they be responded to? Answers to these questions and many more related to the function of modern HR, will be found by the experts at the Leading HR Conference - the autumn conference for people management.
Inter Expo Center will be the official host of the event, held on October 18 and organized by the Bulgarian Association for People Management. And the venue is Vitosha hall - the largest congress hall of the Exhibition and Convention Center. Completely refurbished this year, it is equipped with the latest trends in audio and visual technology. The hall impresses with the highest acoustic performance in Bulgaria for congress halls of this type; it also has the so far unseen here exclusive curved screen - which creates 360-degree visualization.
Digitization and working environment
One of the highlights of the impressive forum overcrowded Vitosha Hall is the connection between digitalization and the working environment, as well as the need to establish a common brand. "The digital environment requires new ways of communication," the lecturers commented. These include learning from mistakes, continuous learning and developing social and technical skills, as well as building a flexible working framework, thinking and collaboration.
The forecasts for the working environment in 2022 and the 10 emerging professions that will be most attractive on the labor market will also be presented. It turns out that most of them will be connected to the digital workplace. Of course, new communication channels, new trends and even more increasing dynamics of our environment will require changes in structures, process and people management, as well as flexibility and adaptability in the HR practice.
One of the highlights of the forum is the connection between digitalization and the working environment