Despite Brexit, CIPD remains committed to EAPM

The UK is in turmoil at the moment with the news of the dramatic vote to leave the European Union. The EAPM President personally is very disappointed that the vote has gone in favour of the Leave campaign. The consequences for Europe will be far reaching, especially for future generations. As the UK’s professional HR body, the CIPD is here to support its members through this period of change and give the information needed to understand how the decision may affect our work as a HR professionals. For more information, please have a look at the comments from Peter Cheese, chief executive of the CIPD, on the CIPD website, and FAQ prepared by CIPD.

CIPD Brexit Q&A

Can EEA and Norway Grants Support Your Projects?

Do you have a secret dream for your NGO to contribute more to society? This article written by Paal Leveraas, HR Norge shows how you might obtain financial support from a source you probably never knew existed. Read the article for the what, why and how. One area of particular interest is addressed by one […]

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Alliance for YOUth in Hungary – 1st Anniversary (All4Youth)

The mission of the Alliance for YOUth in Hungary is to leverage the activities and initiatives across education, government and the business sector to prepare youth with relevant skills and experience for the world of work and contribute to successful growth of Hungary.

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Erazmus Plus Project for HR Professionals in Slovenia

SLOVENIAN HR ASSOCIATION Ljubljana, 7.10.2015 Article for EAPM Newsletter Erazmus Plus Project for HR Professionals in Slovenia Slovenian HR association  was successfull in competition for  financial support from  EU through Erazmus project  for  adults .  Our  goal was to help HR professionals , members of SHRA,  to get more experience and knowledge in methods and […]

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GPMA Activities – September – December 2015

Click here to view all the planned GPMA activities for September through to December 2015

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