2017 Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference: how to overcome challenges in talent acquisition.

June 21, 2017

ATLANTA - June 19, 2017 - Three executives from Randstad Sourceright, one of the world’s leading human resource providers, are guest speakers during the Human Capital Institute’s 2017 Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference in Boston. Their pre-conference workshop, entitled “The Tools of the Talent Advisor: Data, Experience, Imagination, Intuition and Trust,” will outline the key factors every recruiter should consider to attract the right talent in today’s global workforce.

Held from June 26-28 at the Seaport Boston Hotel, this year’s conference will bring together top HR, recruitment and talent acquisition specialists to discuss ways to enhance a company’s overall recruiting strategy. Randstad Sourceright’s workshop will kick off the busy conference schedule, which includes a number of keynote presentations and panel discussions, and will be led by the following Randstad Sourceright executives:

  • Danny Hwang, Randstad Sourceright’s manager of Recruitment Strategies and Support
  • Jim Stroud, Randstad Sourceright’s global head of Sourcing and Recruiting Strategy
  • Monté Watson, Randstad Sourceright’s director of Shared Sourcing and Offshore Solutions

A full copy of the 2017 Strategic Talent Acquisition conference agenda can be found here.

WHO: Randstad Sourceright executives, including Danny Hwang, Jim Stroud and Monté Watson

WHAT: 2017 Strategic Talent Acquisition conference workshop on the roles of data, experience, intuition, imagination and trust in talent acquisition

WHERE: Seaport Boston Hotel, 1 Seaport Lane, Boston, MA 02210

WHEN: Monday, June 26, 2017 1:00-2:15 PM

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