Creating unique learning and networking environments for the in-house recruitment community

Informative

Each event has its own theme based on an emerging recruitment topic. In-house recruiters can talk and listen to like-minded peers. Suppliers can present how their product or service helps recruiters, without the hard sales pitch. We hand select speakers who are well regarded for their expertise and industry experience. 

Valuable

We save you time, because you don't have to engage with suppliers or do the research yourself. Let us research and summarise the latest in recruitment and put it in front of you, to decide if it's right for you. The full day format gives you the time and headspace outside your daily office routine to reflect, think strategically and form relationships with our recruiter community.

Considerate

Meet a group of professionals who want to learn from each other and build a network of like-minded specialists. Our in-house only round-table allows you to learn from each other in a considerate environment. Our rules of engagement are based on respectful communication and mutual interest. You can have an open conversation and feel confident that what is said in the room stays in the room. 

Results

Instead of fleeting conversations over coffee at conferences, regular intimate meet-ups allow you to spend longer on those conversations. With many opportunities throughout the day to talk, our events open doors for recruiters and suppliers to build considerate relationships with those who are seeking smarter ways to manage recruitment. 

Upcoming Events

Future Talent - preparing now for giggers, graduates and the future of work (Sydney)
  • October 19th 2017
  • SYDNEY: Kittyhawk Upstairs, 16 Phillip Lane

In discussing the future of work and the skills needed by today’s school children, a report ‘by the Regional Australia Institute and NBN has found that one in two Australians will need skills in programming, software development and building digital technology to remain competitive in 2030

With an expanding ‘gig economy’ there is a huge market of people with highly specialised skills that are available for short term hire. ’ SMH, 11/11/16

Kevin Wheeler (Talent Futurist) is talking about 'microjobs' growing in numbers and having a catalogue of skills rather than expertise and credentials.

Different generations approach job search from different places. Older workers are savvier on LinkedIn, new generations use other social media and peer networks.  What we look for in candidates and how we employ them in changing.  Graduates are no longer expecting a ‘job for life’ and are expected to change careers a number of times in their lives. Skills such as critical thinking and ability to manage change are more in demand.

We will be discussing what place recruitment has in helping plan for skills gaps going forward.  How do we engage with potential candidates now to give our organisation the skills for the future?

This event will cover:

  • Recruiting for tomorrow’s workforce today

  • How do you help your organisation gain the skills they need to succeed?

  • Changing the perception of your organisation as an employer of choice to attract the right people

  • How do you recruit and manage a gig or short-term workforce without using 3rd party recruiters?

  • Will the future of work be less about the traditional job and more a focus on skills?

Future Talent - preparing now for giggers, graduates and the future of work (Melbourne)
  • October 24th 2017
  • MELBOURNE: Campari House, Hardware Lane

In discussing the future of work and the skills needed by today’s school children, a report ‘by the Regional Australia Institute and NBN has found that one in two Australians will need skills in programming, software development and building digital technology to remain competitive in 2030

With an expanding ‘gig economy’ there is a huge market of people with highly specialised skills that are available for short term hire. ’ SMH, 11/11/16

Kevin Wheeler (Talent Futurist) is talking about 'microjobs' growing in numbers and having a catalogue of skills rather than expertise and credentials.

Different generations approach job search from different places. Older workers are savvier on LinkedIn, new generations use other social media and peer networks.  What we look for in candidates and how we employ them in changing.  Graduates are no longer expecting a ‘job for life’ and are expected to change careers a number of times in their lives. Skills such as critical thinking and ability to manage change are more in demand.

We will be discussing what place recruitment has in helping plan for skills gaps going forward.  How do we engage with potential candidates now to give our organisation the skills for the future?

This event will cover:

  • Recruiting for tomorrow’s workforce today

  • How do you help your organisation gain the skills they need to succeed?

  • Changing the perception of your organisation as an employer of choice to attract the right people

  • How do you recruit and manage a gig or short-term workforce without using 3rd party recruiters?

  • Will the future of work be less about the traditional job and more a focus on skills?

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