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RPO and eRecruitment Summit 2012 – Documentation

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These presentation from “RPO and eRecruitment Summit 2012” conference will take an in-depth look at RPO and e-recruitment strategies and will give you the tools to develop cost-effective solutions that support your business agenda. It will examine the latest trends in both in-house and outsourced recruitment and new innovations in technology and social media.

Symposium Event’s 5th RPO and e-Recruitment Summit has been specifically designed to offer expert advice on improving your employer brand. You will be given tools to ensure all your candidates have a positive experience and to manage and understand the best method of recruitment for your organisation.

You can purchase the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF).

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You can purchase a pdf of the conference documentation as provided to delegates, including the presentation slides (as a PDF), clicking the ‘Add to cart’ button above.

The “RPO and eRecruitment Summit 2012” conference documentation includes the following sessions:

Session 1

Does the Human Age mean the end to RPO as we know it?

Stephen Gilbert, RPO Practice Lead, ManpowerGroup Solutions and
Catherine Roper, Head of Marketing and Communications,
ManpowerGroup UK

Session 2

Managing the Candidate Experience and Building your Employer Brand

Jo Taylor Head of Resourcing & Talent Management

TalkTalk

 Session 3

Recruitment Process Transformation

Helene Williamson, Head of Resourcing, BMI

Healthcare

 Session 4

Discussion – Successful RPO Managementand Selection

Jayne Houlihan, Cost Governance Lead,

Lloyds Bank Wholesale Banking & Markets

 Session 5

Social Media: Blogging, tweeting and using mobile applications to attract talent

Adam Templeman, Head of Resourcing, RWE Npower

 Session 6

The State of the Recruiting Industry:Ask the Expert

Jonathan Campbell CEO

Social Talent

 

 

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