29th June, 2015 @ Air New Zealand, Auckland, New Zealand
Recruitment IS Marketing. Challenge yourself to think differently at #ATC2015
The best way to continually hire high performing employees is to attract top talent to your organisation. The most important role for a Talent Acquisition professional, is to ensure they have the diverse quality candidates in their recruitment funnel. If you can gets attraction right and can measure results, nothing else is important.
How do we differentiate our employer brand, get it out there and build interest with prospective employees? What channels will provide the best ROI? Can we leverage our consumer brand?
With the ubiquity of social media, the rise of ‘data analytics’, and the ever increasing availability of sophisticated technologies, recruiters need to learn and adapt skills that were traditionally the domain of the Marketing Department. Marketing’s function is to create a difference between similar products and build interest and desire. To build interest and excitement about your company as an employer of choice, recruitment must morph into a marketing process.
Who Should Attend? Corporate recruitment and talent management decision-makers who are rethinking their organisation’s talent function and are looking for ways to:
Innovation Lab: Networking is the heart of the ATC and is free for all ATC2015 participants to attend. This Innovation Lab and Networking Reception will be held from 4:00pm to 6:00pm and will be a great opportunity to talk to your peers, mingle with our partners, meet our speakers – and make new friends.
Join Bill Boorman and HR and recruitment technology start-ups and early lifecycle HR Tech companies, who will showcase their innovative technology through a series of short, sharp ‘Shake-Up’ sessions.
“ ATC2017 – Often we work in a silo within our own organisations. The ATC was a refreshing opportunity to see what follow colleagues in the industry are doing in the recruitment space, gain exposure to practical case studies and insight into technology innovations coming into the sector. ”
Ugo De Gori, Lead Recruitment Consultant, The University of Sydney
“ 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 – The ATC conference was a valuable event to engage with other leaders in the industry and discuss trends, insights and future predictions for Talent Acquisition. ”
Carla Cations, Talent Acquisition Lead, Queensland Urban Utilities
“ ATC2017 – Designing your best talent machine? Join the conversation at ATC to get an edge. ”
Sarah Calverley, Lead, Careers, ING DIRECT
“ 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
“ Relevant, engaging, awesome people & awesome vibe! ”
Caroline Peak, Sourcing & Branding Manager
“ 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
“ ATC2017 – A very professional and dynamic conference with relevant and current topics covered. ”
Sally Porter, HR Advisor - Recruitment & Resourcing, BAE Systems
“ ATC2017 – The ATC was buzzing! Great set up, great venue and a great way to open up new conversations and reconnect with the industry and what people are up to! Never a moment of boredom.. there is always something happening or someone to meet! ”
Olivia Solomans, VideoFit Coach, VideoMyJob
“ ATC2017 – Well organised event with key attendees and potentially new clients. ”
Navina Joseph, Strategic Account Manager, Testgrid