HR Indaba Network adds LexisNexis to growing list of partners


LexisNexis is a leading global provider of content-enabled workflow solutions.

LexisNexis has signed up as a partner for the HR indaba Network, which is CHRO South Africa’s innovative platform and event taking place instead of the annual HR Indaba.

LexisNexis is a leading global provider of content-enabled workflow solutions to professionals in law firms, corporations, government, law enforcement, tax, accounting, academic institutions and risk and compliance assessment.

The company offers an extensive range of online and print legal, regulatory, news, business and public records information products, tools and customised web applications that help professionals reach decisions confidently. Its commitment to providing superior products to customers has expanded beyond just legal, news and business research, with offerings such as e-discovery, knowledge management, electronic access to courts, and risk management.

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The HR Indaba Network launch is a virtual conference and expo that brings together 5,000-plus HR professionals who want to accelerate their knowledge, network and career. The event boasts 10 Impact Sessions with world-class speakers, live engagement, and a complete overview of the most important tools and services for HR teams at the spectacular expo.

Through a unique collaboration with the online conference virtuosos from Vfairs, the full-day event will offer a gamified experience with leaderboards, exciting scavenger hunts and incredible prizes – boosting attendees’ overall learning experience.

Attendees of the event will see how HR Indaba Africa, the continent’s biggest and best HR event, has re-invented itself as a true community platform that will available throughout the year. As a partner, LexisNexis will host an insightful webinar in the lead up to the virtual expo, while also receiving access to the broader CHRO community through the networks platform.

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