Corporate Board’s HR Holds Annual Meeting Series

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<p><strong>Washington, D.C. &mdash; Aug. 27</strong><br />The Corporate Executive Board, a provider of best practices research and analysis focused on corporate strategy, operations and general management issues, has announced key findings to be discussed at its Human Resources Practice Annual Executive Global Meetings Series. </p><p>The meetings will be held in various cities for members across North America, South America, Europe and the Asia&ndash;Pacific region through the remainder of the year. </p><p> “The Corporate Leadership Council&#39;s executive retreats are absolutely fantastic &mdash; a first-rate meeting,” said  Rich Floersch, McDonald&rsquo;s Corp. executive vice president and chief human resources officer. “I enjoyed the interaction with other CHROs. I am looking forward to attending future HR Executive retreats.&rdquo;<br /><br />Corporate Executive Board HR Practice General Manager Peter Freire agreed.</p><p>&ldquo;We&rsquo;re delighted to bring together again the most senior HR functional leaders to not only provide first-rate peer discussions about the most pressing human resources issues in hand but also to deliver a clear implementation framework for organizations to proactively address those challenges most effectively without enormous cost,” Freire  said. “The teams are very excited about sharing this new work, and we look forward to continually expanding our comprehensive strategic decision-support resource centers for HR executives and practitioners around the world.&rdquo;<br /><br />The HR Practice: 2007 Survey Results and Annual Executive Global Meetings Series<br /><br />The HR Practice, composed of five main programs (including the Corporate Leadership Council, Benefits Roundtable, Compensation Roundtable, Learning & Development Roundtable and Recruiting Roundtable) provides best practice research, analysis and decision-support offerings for the chief human resources officer, as well as HR, recruiting, benefits, compensation, and learning and development executives and their teams. </p><p>As part of its broader membership program, the HR Practice hosts an Annual Executive Global Meeting Series , where functional leaders can meet to discuss key challenges with their peers and learn how to quickly identify and address the most pressing departmental challenges. </p><p>The meetings will share 2007 study results and best implementation practices based on an effort that embraces a rigorous proprietary research methodology that leverages qualitative and quantitative analysis and decades of knowledge about the HR function. </p>

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