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Simon Wingate, reed.co.uk
TOPIC: Employee Advocacy: Shaping The Future of Your Talent Strategy
Dan Foster, Triodos Bank
TOPIC: Mastering Employee Retention: The Benefits of Investing in Your People, Business & Community
Kevin Green, Good Recruitment Campaign
TOPIC: Future Recruitment Trends: The formula to help you attract and retain talent in times of change
Mark Bevans, LogicMelon
TOPIC: Attraction & Retention – The Candidate Journey and Changing Perceptions
Your Secret Weapon in the War for Talent: Using Data to Re-market, Re-engage and Retain Candidates
Mark is the Group Managing Director of LogicMelon, a global Applicant Tracking System, and he’s also the founder of award-winning Employer Branding agency, We Love 9am. They combine forces to process and analyse over 4 million job applications in the UK every month. In this seminar, Mark will not only share insights about today’s talent pool and the candidate journey, but will reveal some of the most powerful secrets for re-marketing tactics, re-engaging candidates and persuading them to apply.
Max Knupfer and Charlie Markham, eva.ai
TOPIC: The robots are coming, but it’s going to be alright
A story of the road to automation using AI and some surprising findings
Daniel DeBuc, Save the Children
TOPIC: Onboarding – Safeguarding for the Future
Bonnie Andrews, Totaljobs
TOPIC: Can technology improve candidate experience and selection?
Recent research of nearly 400,000 jobseekers worldwide, conducted by totaljobs and its global partners has revealed the most important factors in a candidate’s job search: from what attracts them to certain roles and companies, to what they expect from the recruitment process.
Join us as we delve into this research, looking at how you can best attract candidates within the UK and beyond, and share innovative tech solutions which could help you screen, shortlist and select candidates easier than ever.
Douglas Shirlaw, COSLA
TOPIC: From Changes to the Fantastic Voyage: Ten years innovating
Chris Rowe, Cadent Gas
TOPIC: Becoming Cadent: Developing an employer brand for a new company with a 30-year heritage
Everyone’s heard of National Grid – the backbone of the UK’s energy industry. But with the separation and re-branding of the gas distribution network, Cadent was born. And so was the challenge to balance the equity that came with almost 30 years of expertise, with the opportunity to become a new and innovative brand in energy distribution.
Caroline Hill & Simon McLoughlin, Creed Comms
TOPIC: Making your employer brand work for you
We’ll discuss how different organisations have used their employer brand through the full employee lifecycle in order to enable them to:
Emily Thorpe, Thomas Cook & Ben Smytheman, SHL Group
TOPIC: Transforming High Volume Recruitment through Assessments
Volume recruitment is an area which benefits significantly from digital transformation, with great gains to be made in efficiency, effectiveness and experience for candidates and employers alike. Join SHL and Thomas Cook to discover how one of Europe’s largest and best-known travel companies is differentiating itself using innovative technology to identify, engage and prioritise great talent in volume recruitment.
Sam Harrison & Ewa Grace, Grant Thornton
TOPIC: The Journey to Building a Future Fit Experienced Hire Resourcing Strategy
Naomi Riches, Guinness World Record holder, London 2012 Champion, Motivational Speaker and Development Consultant at Thomas International
TOPIC: From Boat to Boardroom
Emma Whitehouse, Marston’s
TOPIC: Our EVP journey to attracting and retaining talent
Marston’s, the UK’s leading independent and pub retailing business is a complex business operation with unique talent requirements.
Hear about their EVP journey to attracting and retaining talent across the brands:
Mark Jackson, Fujitsu
TOPIC: Overcoming Barriers to Strategic Workforce Planning – Building a Framework for Success
Andy Cammack, SmartRecruiters
TOPIC: Talent Attraction and Technology: How Artificial Intelligence is Changing the Sourcing Game
Yet again, we find ourselves at the cusp of a digital revolution. Artificial Intelligence (AI) will disrupt the way organisations operate forever – and HR is at the forefront of this movement. However, Artificial Intelligence is not a stand-alone technology, it is a functionality. In order for AI to enhance recruitment processes, it needs to be embedded within the technology we are already using, as an added layer of intelligence.
In this talk, you will learn:
Mark Di-Toro, Glassdoor
TOPIC: The Secret to Happy Employees & its Direct Link to a Profitable Business
Amareet Kaur, TfL
TOPIC: Streamlined Volume Recruitment: Find the Best Candidates, Fast
Stanislaw Wasowicz, Vonq
TOPIC: The Anatomy of a Successful Online Recruitment Marketing Strategy: What In-house Recruitment Teams Can Learn From The Business to Consumer Approach
Stanislaw Wasowicz will provide a detailed and tangible explanation of how you can cement your organisation as a go-to destination in the minds for your desired candidates by strategically using the digital latest trends and technologies to promote your employer brand, EVP, and career opportunities online. You’ll learn how to leverage the full media landscape, and structure your campaigns to steer candidate journeys and establish a competitive advantage.
Josh Willows, Broadbean
TOPIC: How to convert your employees in to Social Ambassadors and get them hooked on your Employee Referral scheme
With only 6% of UK candidates actively seeking a new role, how can you tap in to your own workforce and reward them for the hires they generate. With employee referrals representing better quality hires who typically stay longer the oldest form of recruiting is now the hottest opportunity for companies looking to secure the best talent. Josh will share with you, how to engage your workforce and make your employee referral scheme actually work!
Steve Smith, Sterling Talent Solutions
TOPIC: Opportunities to Improve Candidate Experience Through Background Screening
Performing pre-employment checks as part of a robust and compliant hiring process can be vital for many hiring organisations, yet it’s all too easy to provide uncertainty and confusion to candidates at this time. In this session Steve Smith will discuss the risks and rewards with regards to candidate experience and background screening, giving practical actions points to help deliver a smooth and reassuring candidate experience that will positively reflect your organisation’s brand.
David Johnston, 4MAT
TOPIC: Careers Sites, Google (for Jobs) and Your ATS – The Future is Here
Pat Caldwell, FundApps
TOPIC: Creating a Humanised Recruitment Experience in a Tech-obsessed World
Marina Danckwardt, Avenue Group
TOPIC: Golden Efficiency Saving Rules Every Recruiter Needs to Know
Aim: How to save on recruitment costs and improve organisation cash flow
Adam Nichols, JCT600
TOPIC: Using School Engagement Programmes to Recruit Talent
Keiran Dodd, Booking.com
TOPIC: A journey of hiring 900 techies in one year
Richard Collins, ClickIQ
TOPIC: Top 5 tips for Talent Acquisition in a rapidly changing media and technology landscape.
Learn about Facebook, Google, AI, Employer branding, Programmatic and the move to performance based advertising with ClickIQ’s:
5 Best practice strategies you can adopt for quick wins
Robbert-Jan Ossebaar, Dutchwebshark
TOPIC: Data-Driven Talent Pooling
Laura Bartkiewicz, Beamery
TOPIC: Treating candidates like customers
Gosia Migdał, Codility
TOPIC: What will tech recruiting be like in 5 years?
Tech recruiting is a fast developing industry with new ways of using predictive technology for recruiters and an evolving market of non-traditional education options for developers. As demand for developers continues to grow, tech recruiting is bound to shift dramatically in the next 5 years. What will it look like, and how can you future-proof your tech recruiting team?
Jessica Hayes, McCann London
Catherine Wright, Npower
TOPIC: The evolving role of Talent Acquisition
In this interactive panel discussion, our panellists will be looking to answer your questions around how the role of talent acquisition is changing and what this means for the industry as a whole
Topics to discuss;
Dave Hazlehurst, PH.Creative
TOPIC: Employer brand in 100 days
TOPIC: Predictive hiring: What in-house recruitment teams can learn from the business to consumer approach
Josh Willows, Candidate.ID
TOPIC: Social Referral: Convert Your Employees Into Brand Ambassadors
Laura Farrell, McCurrach & Billy McDiarmid, Candidate.ID
TOPIC: Intelligent Talent Demand Generation: Building a Future-proof Talent Pipeline
TOPIC: Recruitment Innovation
Sophie Theen, 11:FS
TOPIC: Importance of Understanding Diversity in Attracting Tech Talent
In order for us to do better, organisations and leadership needs to lead Change through Diversity and Inclusion where we focus on how to create an inclusive environment including how to build inclusive leaders. New Age businesses have to be proactive in order to play a part in improving the diversity in balance in technology, the importance of gaining buy in and support from the whole business, the importance of aptitude over technical assessment.
Sophie was described as a reformed engineer when she had her first taste of HR with IBM Australia. She went on to pursuing a career in fixing problems in people, not machines. For 5 years, she had led recruitment projects with Ford, General Motors, IBM before moving to Revolut and led them through hypergrowth bringing their final headcount to 300 in under 8 months. Now, she joins 11FS (a Challenger Consultancy) to define their ultimate working culture via a series of employer branding efforts. Her focus is aimed at cultural paradigms during hyper growth stages in a start-up and championing diversity and equality in a future focused way. With a Masters in Project Management she loves a challenge in solving people problems in organizations using structured, disruptive thinking. “People are your future”, she recites.