#Let's save human capital. Together for victory and restoration countries
The main value of any company are the employees. Both Ukraine and Latvia are currently going through their own processes in terms of attracting labour and providing the necessary specialists and skills. In Latvia, the market is practically exhausted in almost all sectors and competition for recruiting staff is becoming increasingly fierce. Thus, what an employer can offer its employees and how to persuade them to stay on is very important, as is the ability to convince new recruits that this will be the best place to work and that this company is more attractive than others. In turn, for Ukraine, the war became a new challenge in the direction of preserving the labor potential. Ukrainian companies had to reconfigure their work in order to provide opportunities for employees and their families to be safe, combining this with the need to preserve the work of the company itself.

Approaches to working with personnel also needed to be changed, the usual methods no longer work, what can give results? What are the current challenges of HR specialists and how do they overcome them? What makes it possible to be yourself, to do work, to feel pleasure, to develop? People - centeredness is not only a trend, it is the philosophy of a successful company and the further development of the country as a whole!

- availability of human capital
- the challenges of attracting high quality human capital
- employee wellbeing
- new communication formats
- continuous training, etc

Mrs Liudmyla Vasylega(Ukraine)

Working languages of the conference: English, Ukrainian
Translation will be provided

Робочі мови конференції: англійська, українська
Буде забезпечено переклад

11 November 2022, 10:00 - 14:00
(Riga/Kyiv time)

11 листопада 2022, 10:00 - 14:00 (час Рига/Київ)

Conference is a part of joint project of Employers Confederation of Latvia (LDDK) and Federation of Employers of Ukraine (FEU) “Employers organizations’ support to Ukraine recovery and growth” supported by Development Cooperation funding of 2022 of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Republic of Latvia.

У рамках спільного проєкту Конфедерації роботодавців Латвії (LDDK) та Федерації роботодавців України (FEU)
«Підтримка організацій роботодавців у відновленні та зростанні України»
Підтримано фінансуванням Співробітництва з розвитку 2022 року Міністерство закордонних справ Латвійської Республіки.

9:45 AM
10:00 AM
Opening of the Conference
Līga Meņģelsone, Director General, Employers’ Confederation of Latvia (LDDK)
Ruslan Illichov, Director General, Federation of Employers of Ukraine (FEU)
10:15 AM
Greeting Speeches by heads of representatives of HR associations of Ukraine and Latvia
Ekaterina Kovalevskaya, Head of the HrPro association(Ukraine)
Eva Selga, Chairperson of the board. Latvian Association of Personnel Management (Latvia)
10:40 AM
Presentation of the results of the survey on work with personnel of Latvian and Ukrainian enterprises
11:00 AM
Panel 1. Experience of working with the personnel of Ukrainian enterprises. Best practices.
Wellbeing project in war time
Renata Delporte, Senior Vice President, Global HR Manager, SoftServe

New communication formats
Liudmyla Gorova, HR director Agroprosperis Group

Automation of HR processes at JSC Pharma. On the example of the successful transfer of professional training to the SAP SF system
Lyudmila Koval, head of the training and development department of Farmak JSC
12:20 PM
Coffee break
12:30 PM
Panel 2. Experience of working with the staff of enterprises in Latvia. Best practices
The Global & Local HR Trends 2023
Ingrīda Rone, change and employee experience expert, LPVA board member
Agile way of working = strong partnership with business
Zanda Arnava, Ambassador of Talent Platform
Employer branding as a recruitment strategy
Jūlija Kudrjašova, Talent Acquisition Partner, Air Baltic Corporation AS
13:30 PM
13:50 PM
Closure Of The Conference

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