How to become an employer of choice?


  
  
 
 
  • Workshop
27/03/2014
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Hannover
  • Germany

About: 

How to become an employer of choice?
Strategies and practices to attract and retain coveted talent

The UITP Human Resources workshop is aiming to become the reference in the sector to collect and identify HR good practices that contribute to achieve excellence in service delivery.
Organised under the auspices of the International Commission on Business and HR Management of UITP, the workshops are designed to provide an interactive platform to foster exchange of information and transfer of knowledge and experiences amongst Corporate and HR professionals.

This workshop edition organised by UITP with the kind support of ÜSTRA in Hannover, aims at identifying and developing solutions to some of the key challenges faced by public transport companies in addressing workforce recruitment, retention and public transport image management, including:

  • Women employment - How to recruit and retain women in a typically male dominated sector?
  • Motivation - How to create the conditions for attracting and retaining qualified and motivated staff?
  • Attractiveness of public transport companies - how to enhance the image of public transport services, companies and the status of jobs to promote the sector as an attractive employer?
  • The workshop will also offer the unique opportunity to learn on how to position the industry effectively to develop the policies to attract and retain the staff in quantity needed to meet tomorrow’s urban mobility challenges.

Speakers: 

  • photo Marine PonchutMarine PONCHUT, Responsible for Equality and Diversity Affaires, KEOLIS, France:
    European strategies for equality between women and men
  • photo Laurent Fourtune Laurent FOURTUNE, Director of the Project Engineering Department, RATP, France: Highly qualified jobs attractiveness in public transport: challenges for RATP
  • photo Ulrike Riedel Ulrike RIEDEL, Chief Human Resources, Hamburger Hochbahn AG, Germany:
    Recruitment of  women in a male dominated sector according to Hamburger Hochbahn  experience
  •  

     Paula THIEME, Deutsche Employer Branding Akademie GmbH, Germany: Navigating employer attractiveness with employer branding

Programme: 

Wednesday, 26 March 2014

19:00:  Participants arrival in Hannover and hotel check-in

20:00:  Welcome reception

Thursday, 27 March 2014
 

10.00 - 10.15: Registration at the registration desk

10.15 – 10.30:  Welcome and Introduction by Wilhelm Lindenberg, Chair of the UITP Business and Human Resources Management Commission and Board member of Üstra

10.30 – 11.00:  Navigating employer attractiveness with employer branding, Paula Thieme, Deutsche Employer Branding Akademie GmbH, Germany

11.00 - 11.30:  Highly qualified jobs attractiveness in public transport: challenges for RATP, Laurent Fourtune, Director of the Project Engineering Department, RATP, France

11.30 – 12.00:  European strategies for equality between women and men, Marine Ponchut, Responsible for Equality and Diversity Affairs, Keolis, France

12.00 – 12.30:  Recruitment of  women in a male dominated sector according to Hamburger Hochbahn  experience, Ulrike Riedel, Hamburger Hochbahn, Germany

12.30 - 13.00:  Questions and answers

13.00 - 14.00: Lunch break

14.00 - 14.30:  World Café Session welcome
                           Introduction of the three discussion topics

  • Women Employment
  • Motivation
  • Attractiveness of public transport companies

Moderators:

  • Isabelle Lerin-Basset, Keolis, France
  • Petra Bönnemann, Bogestra, Germany
  • Catherine Mongin, RATP, France

14.30 - 15.45: Table discussions

15.45 – 16.15: Coffee break

16.15 – 16.45: Feedback from each table 

16.45 – 17.00: General conclusions by Wilhelm Lindenberg,  Chair of the Business and Human Resources Management Commission and Board member of Üstra
 

Registration: 

Register for the workshop by clicking here.

Registration Fees

UITP Member: 200€ (excluding 19% VAT)

UITP Non-Members: 400€ (excluding 19% VAT)

Practical information: 

Venue

Üstra Headquarter
Am Hohen Ufer 6
30159 Hannover
Germany

  • Room: Vortragssaal

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Contact person

Mary PARRA
Officer Knowledge and Membership Services
E-mail : mary.parra(at)uitp.org
Direct Phone : +32-2-788 01 12
Fax : +32-2-660 10 72

 

Registration Fees

UITP Member: 200€ (excluding 19% VAT)
UITP Non-Members: 400€ (excluding 19% VAT)

 

Accommodation

Here are the official Hotels with negotiated prices for the workshop:

  • Mercure Hotel Hannover Mitte****

Postkamp 10
30159 Hannover
(10 minute walk from üstra headquarters)
Booking by E-Mail: h5391-re@accor.com
Single: 133,- € (Breakfast included)
Double: 162,- € (Breakfast included)

by fax +49 511 47390 100 or
by telephone +49 511 47390 4000
Booking-Code: UITP
Deadline for Booking: February, 12

  • Loccumer Hof****

Kurt-Schumacher-Straße 14
30159 Hannover
(5 minute walk from üstra headquarters)
Booking by E-Mail: info@loccumerhof.de
Single: 144,- € (Breakfast included)
by fax +49 511 131192 or
by telephone +49 511 12640
Booking-Code: UITP
Deadline for Booking: February, 23

  • Courtyard by Marriott****

Arthur-Menge-Ufer 3
30169 Hannover
(25 minute walk – Bustransfer might be arranged)
Booking by E-Mail: reservation.hannover@baum-hotels.de
Single: 142,- € (plus 18,- € for Breakfast)
by fax +49 511 36600 622 or
by telephone +49 511 36600 621
Booking-Code: üstra/UITP
Deadline for Booking: February, 25
 

Speakers: 

  • photo Marine PonchutMarine PONCHUT, Responsible for Equality and Diversity Affaires, KEOLIS, France:
    European strategies for equality between women and men
  • photo Laurent Fourtune Laurent FOURTUNE, Director of the Project Engineering Department, RATP, France: Highly qualified jobs attractiveness in public transport: challenges for RATP
  • photo Ulrike Riedel Ulrike RIEDEL, Chief Human Resources, Hamburger Hochbahn AG, Germany:
    Recruitment of  women in a male dominated sector according to Hamburger Hochbahn  experience
  •  

     Paula THIEME, Deutsche Employer Branding Akademie GmbH, Germany: Navigating employer attractiveness with employer branding

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