IPR Belarus Took Event-Partner Role in 4th Annual International the War for Talent in Russia and CIS Conference

Minsk, Belarus, December 15, 2007 --(PR.com)-- IPR Belarus, PR consulting company was stated as an event-partner of 4th annual international the War for Talent in Russia and CIS conference, scheduled for January 31st— February 1st 2008 in Moscow. The conference is dedicated to HR strategies and practices in Russian and CIS companies. The event organizer is Marcus Evans company that specializes in research and development of strategic events for senior business executives worldwide.

Build-up of an organization team takes one of the leading positions in administrative system of a company. Effective HR management provides continuous perfection of cooperation techniques with personnel where recruiting, retaining and developing the Talent is of primary importance.

Clear-cut distinction in staff productivity between an average and first-rate worker can be highly noticeable. Researches that were taken in 1987 by American sociologists showed that 27% of a working staff performs 52% of manufacture. The middle level of сompany`s staff instability is 20% in that case. When such a professional worker is leaving the post a lot of expenses are needed to cover the negative profit which is more than 30 thousand dollars. Representatives of a business world have two ways out. The first one is to breed professionals within a company or to headhunt for them.

The 4th annual international the War for Talent in Russia and CIS conference: Recruiting, Retaining and Developing the Talent will bring together key market-leaders, recruiters, headhunters and HR experts from Procter&Gamble, Danone, L’Oreal, Alcoa, Kira Plastinina, Lafarge, MTS, URALSIB to share their experiences on how to choose the right strategies for recruitment, orientation, retention and motivation of top and mid management, to help increase revenues, enhance profitability and manage the entire process for success.

"The bigger chances for achieving success in business have those who are not afraid of demonstrating their abilities and capacities openly. They are eager for getting to know new things and ideas, new methods of work and expressing themselves. These very people are usually quick at re-forming and improving environment. We pay lots of attention to that direction at our trainings at the Center of Business Development IPR Belarus. Truly hope that the topic of that conference will find its listeners among HR professionals of Belarus," - Olga Pavlova, Director of Center of Business Development IPR Belarus.

For more detailed information feel free to contact Vera Leonik, +375 296 36 16 15, E-mail: vl@ipr.by

IPR Belarus (Institute of Public Relations)
3 Rumyantseva street, Minsk, Belarus
+375 17 294 31 92

About the Institute of Public Relations (IPR Belarus):

Founded in 1993, The Institute of Public Relations Belarus (IPR Belarus) is the leading Public Relations consulting company in Eastern Europe, located in Minsk, Belarus. After 14 years of successful work for local and international clients, IPR Belarus provides the highest level of professional PR care across a broad spectrum of expert services, for a diverse range of clients, both large and small.

They have a deep understanding of the Belarusian market and have extensive experience of collaboration with international companies. They focus on communications strategy development, media relations (incl. press events), corporate communications, consultations in the field of communications, public affairs, special events, media monitoring and clipping, press release distribution, seminars, presentations, human resources development, and international marketing services (consulting, partner search, market entry).

IPR Belarus strives to achieve the most cost effective solutions while delivering assured quality of service which guarantees a strategic partnership with their clients.

IPR Belarus
Vera Leonik
+375 296 36 16 15