French Chamber Zoom Webinar, HR Club Coming in Feb

Conferences

French-Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is set to hold a set of exciting events this month, including a free Zoom webinar, and a HR Club discussion about ageism.

French Chamber’s Free Zoom Webinar - Tour of the CEE Countries in 45 Minutes

A regular series of economic trends and news presented by the experts of the six Franco-bilateral Chambers of Commerce and Industry from Central and Eastern Europe (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia) is set to take place on February 14, from noon. Participation is free of charge, but registration is required in advance at info@ccifrance-hongrie.org. The webinar will be held in English.

French Chamber’s HR Club:  Age is Just a Number, or What's Wrong With Ageism?

The chamber's next HR Club is set to discuss the following topics:  What does age-based discrimination mean? What are the conscious and subconscious prejudices that feed it? Is it worth defining and categorizing employees based on age?  What can an individual do to avoid harmful discrimination in the labor market?  What can responsible companies do? What is the responsibility of the current government and the media? The event's invited speaker will be Andrea Juhos, managing partner, LHH.

The HR Club event will be held on Thursday, February 29 from noon to 2 pm at Hotel Nemzeti Budapest – Mgallery (1088 Budapest, József körút 4.)

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