You need a talent acquisition strategy built for today’s business environment. It needs to take an end-to-end, customer-centered approach, and serve candidates, hiring managers, and the business.
Join us at HCI's 2017 Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference in Boston to learn how the most successful TA leaders use their expertise and powers of influence to make strong talent decisions to attract and keep the right people.
The competition for top talent is heating up — only 22% of organizations have a strong talent pipeline for critical positions. HCI’s 2017 Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference will equip you to help your organization attract the right talent and make the right talent decisions.
Earn Credits Towards Leading Industry Certifications — With Live or Virtual Attendance!
Location & Venue
Seaport Boston Hotel
1 Seaport Lane
Boston, MA 02210
Call 877-732-7678 and reference The HCI Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference to take advantage of the $299 room rate. Don't wait, the offer expires May 30, 2017. Click here to book your room now!
Alternate Rooming Option
Aloft Boston Seaport
401-403 D Street
Boston, MA, 02210
Call 800-491-6126 or click here for rate and availability!
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Make the Case to Attend the 2017 Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference
Make plans to attend HCI's 2017 Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference in Boston.
Who Should Attend?
The conference is designed for talent acquisition strategists, which may include titles such as:
VP/Director/Manager of HR
VP/Director/Manager of Recruiting (Recruitment) or Recruitment Strategies
Senior Recruiter, Executive Recruiting
VP/Director/Manager of Talent Acquisition/Global Talent Acquisition
VP/Director/Manager/Head of Resourcing
Sales Manager - Talent Acquisition
Talent Acquisition Specialist
Field HR Manager
Why Should You Attend?
HCI’s 2017 Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference will equip you to help your organization attract and select the right talent by focusing on:
Design Thinking for Recruiting - Simplifying and redefining recruiting processes to better serve the business, hiring manager and candidate.
Balancing the Human Connection with Talent Acquisition Technology - Integrating technology to increase efficiencies, yet enable more time for crucial relationship building.
Using a Marketer’s Toolkit - Enhancing your overall recruiting strategy to communicate your employer value proposition, create compelling messaging, build the right channel mix, use social media to engage candidates, and measure with the right data to identify key trends.
What You'll Learn
Learn how the most successful TA leaders use their expertise and powers of influence to make strong talent decisions to attract the right talent. You will learn how to:
Become an influencer for key business decisions. As markets evolve, product cycles shorten and the global economy fluctuates, building the right workforce becomes a critical business process in which talent acquisition is key.
Become a strategic advisor to the hiring manager. Build trust and credibility by understanding the hiring manager’s business. Become an advisor around talent market dynamics, meaningful job descriptions, and alternate talent pools.
Become a savvy marketer to engage the candidate. The rise of social and consumer technologies has changed candidate expectations. Today’s candidates expect personalized contact, relevant messaging, and transparency.
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