The CSHRP Conference will be held in Kingston, Jamaica on Thursday, May 13th and Friday, May 14th, 2021. The conference theme “LOUD…The Voice of HR” representing the voice, value and opportunity of human resources and promises to be the largest gathering of Human Resources Professionals in the Caribbean. CSHRP intends to be a voice to promote collaboration and growth of Human Resources as a strategic business partner in the Region. We envision that this conference will initiate discussion, provide a regional channel to promote knowledge acquisition, integration, diversity, inclusion and drive new strategies for building up Human Resource professionals.
The conference will feature regional and international speakers, all contributing to the conference theme. It will be held as a dynamic virtual experience in keeping with the restrictions of COVID19.
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The most progressive HR Conference in the Caribbean region built to take the HR profession from a must have to a strategic partnership that drives business results. With over 20 sessions, you will be inspired to connect what you know intellectually to where you want to take your organization in 2021 and beyond. We know the people challenges HR faces, what we haven’t done as a region is connect cutting edge strategy to move us all ahead – until now.
CSHRP will bring you an unprecedented line up of speakers, actionable insight, expert-led workshops and legal updates to make HR bolder, louder, strategic, and a more effective driver of organizational change.
Our legal overview, will provided attendees with a comprehensive legal update for all islands – what’s significant, what’s pending, and what legal cases will impact how you manage employees going forward? How does the law can affect your people strategy?
What would it mean to your organization if you understood the regional rules and laws? What impact would you be able to make if you could pick up the phone and discuss your challenges across islands? How can regional integration to enhance cross-functional collaboration? What would it mean if your HR team moves from essential to complaint to strategic?