ERA Autumn Conference & Networking – Tuesday 1st November 2016 1.30pm – 7pm (GMT)
Sadler’s Wells Theatre London EC1R 4TN
2.00pm Welcome by ERA Joint Chairman – Mark Senior
2.15pm Martin Lee – Head of Recruitment Services EMEA & APAC – Brain Gain Recruiting
“Boolean & Google”
Martin has almost 20 years experience in recruitment, starting in an IT contract agency. He worked as a hands on recruiter sourcing for hard to find skills for almost 12 years. He then headed the delivery of two recruitment research companies where the remit was always “find everybody”.
Before joining Brain Gain he was VP, Head of Sourcing & Research EMEA & APAC at Kelly Services where he oversaw all sourcing and candidate engagement strategies. He understands the differences in recruiting across different countries and remains a hands on sourcer whilst consulting with Brain Gains customers on best practices.
3.00pm Refreshments & comfort break
3.15pm Roundtable discussions Groups 1 & 2
Roundtable discussion group 1
Facilitated by Liz Shay – The Miles Partnership & Sarah Thewlis – Thewlis Graham Associates
Recommended attendance for in House Research Teams and Search Companies
Overview: Is it a candidate’s market? How do we attract/approach/get the attention/retain the interest of the “busy” candidate?
Roundtable discussion group 2
Facilitated by Carol O’Driscoll – Archer Search
Recommended attendance for independent or freelance researchers and firms providing research
4.15pm Katrina Collier – Chief Searchologist at The Searchologist
“Finding new recruits online is easy; getting their response is an art!”
The explosion of social media has enabled companies direct access to people like never before and in 2016 using social media for recruiting is not a new concept. But with the explosion came the noise and recruiters must work smarter if they want to engage & attract candidates to their roles.
– Discover tools that you can use to map across social networks to improve candidate engagement.
– See real examples of companies who are getting it wrong (and why) and learn from those who are getting it right.
– Simple steps that you can implement immediately to maximise your return on social recruiting
Chief Searchologist, Katrina Collier, has been showing SMEs to Corporates around the globe how to source their staff on social media since 2009; using knowledge gained from over a decade of in-house and third party recruitment and social recruiting experience. London UK based, Katrina is a social recruiting specialist; a global trainer and speaker, sharing proven techniques that are always outside of the box.
Katrina is one of The 100 Most Influential People in HR & Recruiting on Twitter and her social recruiting opinion is quoted in HRReview, SHRM, The Staffing Stream, and Cambridge University’s Strategies for Success. She is a regular HR & Recruitment keynote speaker, recently at SourceCon, SOSU Sourcing Summits in Australia, New Zealand, Europe & Asia, Social Recruiting Strategies Conference in San Francisco & Dallas, TMA’s Talent Acquisition Summit, In-House & Recruitment Agency Expos, RecruitDC, and to the Singapore Government.
5.00pm Networking event – Drinks & nibbles – Canapés at 6pm.
served at 6pm.
7.00pm Event ends
Wednesday 16th November 2016 – International Webinar – with Martin Lee for Non ERA Members.
Webinar with Martin Lee Head of Recruitment Services EMEA & APAC – Brain Gain Recruiting
Non Members $88.00 Singapore dollars
International ERA company members can attend please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details. ERA UK members free but limited space.
LinkedIn in still the primary social database many of us use for identifying and sourcing candidates for our clients. But how well do you use it? No matter which account you have, paid or free, you should be aware of the platforms search rankings, hidden links and under utilised areas to maximise your results.
As researchers we are often tasked with finding everybody but not everybody fills out their profiles with the keywords we expect to find. How can you adjust your searches to find everyone?
This webinar will show you:
Wednesday 30th November 2016 – Beginners Guide to Research Course – Part 2
1.30pm – 4.30pm at Hays Executive, 107 Cheapside, London, EC2V 6DN
Trainer: Stephen Buchanan – Research Europe
Course Content: Identification of Candidates – Getting past the Gatekeeper – Handling Objections.
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