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Seminars focus on HR outcomes

THE NETHERLANDS Chamber of Commerce in Slovakia has launched a series of seminars focused on human resources to provide HR managers tools which can enable them to better report on the financial outcomes of their activities. The first seminar was held on May 7 and covered issues like cost structures for a HR department, calculating profit or loss and return on investments from HR activities, and tools for decision-making for in-sourcing and outsourcing.

THE NETHERLANDS Chamber of Commerce in Slovakia has launched a series of seminars focused on human resources to provide HR managers tools which can enable them to better report on the financial outcomes of their activities. The first seminar was held on May 7 and covered issues like cost structures for a HR department, calculating profit or loss and return on investments from HR activities, and tools for decision-making for in-sourcing and outsourcing.

Speakers at the first seminar included Bart Waterloos, a partner at VGD and Gerard Koolen, group managing partner at Lugera and Makler.

The second seminar will cover financial tools to analyse in-sourcing and outsourcing decisions of HR functions, to assess profit and loss in greater detail and ways of monitoring the financial results of in-sourcing and outsourcing. A third seminar will provide a summary of two first seminars and offer comprehensive tools for selecting and assessing external providers.

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