2nd Mastering HR Summit 2011 october 2011 26 27.

HR professionals have to advance their skills and equip the group with fresh and ever-changing ideas. Attending this exclusive meeting shall bring together top experts from across Europe for an extremely intensive and interactive conference. Take advantage of the hands-on strategy and unique case research from best players in the market. This forum pieces a platform for practitioners from around the world to discuss and share approaches for their future achievement. The event will focus on the most up to date topics in the HR sector such as: A Cohesive Method of Recruiting, Hiring and Accelerating Talent Utilizing Social Media to Reach Specific EXPERTISE Employees Evaluating Current Developments In Recruitment And Retention How Connecting Performance Administration And Talent will probably assist you to? Using Talent Development Applications As A CAR For THE ORGANIZATION Strategy Recruiting the Best Talent By Selling More Than ONLY A Salary – The Part Of Culture Effective Remuneration Planning To Succeed In a Tight Labour Market Efficiently Communicating Remuneration And ADVANTAGES TO Employees How Recognition and Reward Can Motivate Workers to Build and Deliver Authentic Brand Encounters Joins some of the specialists like: Genzyme, Vice President HR – European Commercial, CDMA TeliaSonera, Vice President & HR Business Partner Santander, Head of Talent Development & Functionality SAP, Director Learning & Talent Administration KPN, HR Director IBM HR, Director Benelux Astellas Pharma, Director Human Resources Accenture, Nation Director HR Pfizer, Talent Acquisition COE Lead Heinz, Director Payment & Benefits Zurich Financial Providers, UK Head of Resourcing IBM, Workforce Partner Benelux UBS, HR Executive Director Magnate Global Group MGG, Group CHRO European Personnel Selection Office, Director of EPSO IBM HR, Director Benelux And many more.The characteristics of the 43 index sufferers were much like those of the index individuals whom we followed. The sensitivity of the QuickVue check was 77 percent for seasonal influenza and 80 percent for pandemic influenza, with the total results of the RT-PCR assay used because the reference standard. We obtained total follow-up data for the households of 105 index patients. We excluded the households of six index patients who didn’t have RT-PCR confirmation of virus disease or who experienced coinfection with influenza B or influenza A and B infections.