22.09.2021 SCCH CEO & HR FORUM

OPTIMIZING “BACK TO THE OFFICE” - Strategies and adapting to new leadership challenges

Date&Time: 22 September, 9.00 – 11.00
Venue: Kinnarps Hungary Kft., Váci út 92., 1133 Budapest

  • How do we attract employees to work again in the office?
  • What strategies and tools will work best for the hybrid model?
  • Which are the new opportunities and challenges for leaders in our organization?
During the meet-up you can hear & discuss solutions and experience from professional leaders:
Gábor Mózsik Country Human Resources Manager at ABB
András Mikó Managing Director at Airvent
Zoltán Könczöl Manufacturing HR lead Romania & Ukraine at Electrolux Country HR manager Hungary
Gábor Paukovics International Workplace Strategist at Kinnarps

This highly interactive in-person meeting will allow you to listen and learn from others but also utilize peer-to-peer discussions in smaller groups. 

8.30 – 9.00 Arrival, mingle
9.00 – 9.10 Welcome, introduction
9.10 – 9.35 Presentation on the “Ti irodátok” survey by Kinnarps & Team discussion
9.35 – 9.55 Case study by ABB & Discussion
9.55 - 10.05 Coffee Break
10.05 - 10.30 Tools for managers for attracting employees – Airvent and Kinnarps solutions & Discussion & Experience sharing
10.30 –10.55 Challenges in introduction of health standards for blue collar employees - solutions of Electrolux & Discussion & Experience sharing
10.55 Summary
11.00 - 11.30 Free discussion, Coffee, Snacks

Please register here until 20 September. 

We encourage you to participate personally on the meet-up, bring your experience into the discussions and meet other company representatives. However, we understand if you do not have the opportunity this time. In this case, please register via this link for the online streaming. 

Participation is free of charge for SCCH members and costs 7000 HUF for non-members. 

We appreciate that you are vaccinated and not joining us if you do not feel well.

Please do not hesitate to contact Márta Böddi in case you have any questions! (marta.boddi@swedishchamber.hu) 

Kind regards, SCCH