December 15th 2017
End of Year Review – 2017
In 2017, nearly 2,000 HR professionals attended CRF-led events, with over 300 hours of learning delivered. 400 senior HR and business leaders joined us in Amsterdam for our 9th International Conference and 200 participants attended CRF Learning programmes.
Download our 2017 summary to find out more about our key deliverables from the past 12 months.
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January 10th 2019
Speed Read: Employee Health and Wellbeing - Whose Responsibility Is It?
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December 12th 2018
End of Year Review - 2018
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December 3rd 2018
Progress - Issue 6: HR Business Partner - 4 business critical things that you probably aren't doing
Within this sixth edition of our e-magazine - Progress - John Whelan, Director at Corporate Research Forum challenges HR Business Partners to test themselves on four business critical items.Read Article
August 3rd 2018
CRF 2018 International Conference: Pre-conference masterclasses
We are delighted to supplement our 2018 International Conference with seven masterclass sessions, led by experts in their respective fields. These sessions will be highly interactive with a strong focus on recommendations, offering attendees practical takeaways to help drive business performance.Read Event Document
July 18th 2018
HR Directors' Discussion Paper: Is It Time to Reboot Your Approach to Communication and Evaluation?
What are the issues we must confront to ensure communication changes behaviour? How can we evaluate practically our initiatives to weed out the ones that don’t work and learn from experience? This paper provides some insights and aims to spark a further discussion within your team.Read Event Document
December 15th 2017
CRF 2018 Programme
CRF's purpose is to increase the effectiveness of the HR function, in order to drive sustained organisational performance, through developing the capability of HR professionals. With a network of over 200 leading organisations, we continue to grow as the respected focal point and knowledge source for improving corporate and individual performance. Download a copy of our programme to find out more about the topics and research CRF will be addressing in 2018.Read Event Document