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All activities take place within a few minutes walk of the CBD. Centred around the Wellington Town Hall and Civic Square, a range of beautiful old architecture provides an excellent backdrop for learning and leisure.

Dress Code

Smart casual for conference sessions and perhaps a little elegance for after five activities are the norm. Dressing up for dinner is optional and each year more and more delegates choose to embrace the theme. This year’s dinner theme ‘bad taste’ provides plenty of scope to be really tacky!


Wellington in early spring can be wonderfully good or terribly bad. Temperatures should be around 15 degrees during the day, dropping to 11 or 13 at night. And remember that Wellington has a reputation for wind, so brollies can be left at home.

More Conference Information

Browse this site for lots more information about the speakers and sessions. Email our event managers for any enquiries.

Who Should Attend

Anyone working in the field of human resources, including line managers and others who have a people management role. Sessions will be pitched at a range of levels, from new entrants in HR through to mid and senior level practitioners. Primarily this conference is aimed at practitioners, but academics, students and others with an interest in human resources, the workplace, leadership and management will benefit from attending.



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