21st May, 2014 to 22nd May, 2014 @ Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, Phillip Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
In 2014 leading organisations are reviewing their talent functions to be more efficient, future-focused, responsive to candidate and hiring manager needs, and better-prepared to leverage technology. Learn from companies who are embracing New Wave Thinking and using cool, new technologies to drive efficiency and deliver better quality of hire.
The 8th annual conference will feature three tracks
Simplification: Simplification is about optimising the recruitment process to generate better quality output for the least effort. This track will feature case studies on how leading organisations are drastically streamlining and consolidating their recruitment, redeployment and mobility functions, whilst delivering quality employees that can grow the business, faster and more productively.
Technology: With technology perpetually innovating the recruitment sector, keep up with the pace of change by attending the Technology track. You’ll gain a deep understanding of how new innovations in candidate assessment, video interviewing, mobile recruitment, sourcing, and social recruitment will impact your talent management function, as well as how to integrate them.
Analytics: Analytics is critical for measuring business performance and justifying the role of the talent management function. Hear from companies who’ve moved beyond reactive metrics, such as cost and time-to-hire, and master lead metrics that measure quality-of-hire and can predict future performance. If you’re keen to step up your data and drive talent decisions, don’t miss this track.
“ ATC2017 – Overall a really good two days, it was great hearing from different representatives from the industry about what they are doing and challenges they are facing. ”
Brooke Fitzgerald, Recruitment Business Partner, Evolution Mining
“ ATC2017 – Go beyond the ABC of recruiting and attend ATC2018. Learn industry trends and insights all about Talent! ”
Tim Stevens, Talent Acquisition Advisor, Jemena
“ ATC2017 – Designing your best talent machine? Join the conversation at ATC to get an edge. ”
Sarah Calverley, Lead, Careers, ING DIRECT
“ ATC2017 – A talent acquisition event not to be missed. Content, speakers and networking second to none for the talent community. ”
Cathy Riach, Recruitment & Resourcing Manager, BAE Systems
“ Thought provoking and intellectually challenging, ATC2017 provided a tangible insight into the future of work and the disruption that accompanies it. Excellent presenters speaking authoritatively on matters of real and pressing relevance made this a must-attend conference and I will pencil future events in as a priority. ”
Colleen Cuthbert, Principal Manager, HR Advisory Services, Transport NSW
“ ATC2017 – I always walk away with one or two gems or at the very least something to explore further. ”
Sheryn Grant, Head of Workforce Planning, EnergyAustralia
“ ATC has done it again, brought the industries best and brightest together to focus on real-time challenges. ”
Rebecca Houghton, Group Manager, Resourcing & Careers
“ ATC2017 – I came away from ATC feeling that I had 3-4 takeaways I could really act on, learnt of a few tools/platforms I’ll follow up on and met new people. Exactly what I went in hoping I’d achieve. ”
Jo James, Global Talent Sourcer, Xero
“ ATC2017 – Thought provoking and insightful, real world take-aways and evidence-based results, fantastic event! ”
Anne Nield, Recruitment Team Leader, Monash University
“ ATC2017 – The event was great. I come cross some really great insights and thought the stalls offered this year were exceptional. ”
Shauna Tunstall, Operation Manager Internal Recruitment, Australia Post