News By Tag
News By Place
Talent Function Founder to Decode Recruiting Technology at IHRIM 2013 HRMS Strategies Conference
By: Talent Function Group
Elaine Orler, president and founder of Talent Function (http://www.talentfunction.com/)
Will present the educational session “Decoding the Recruiting Technology Chaos (& Future Trends)” at the IHRIM 2013 Strategies Conference and Technology Expo (http://www.ihrim.org/
The conference will take place from Sunday, June 2 through Wednesday, June 5, 2013.
Orler will present on Monday, June 3 from 11:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. EDT.
Disney Contemporary Resort
4600 World Drive
Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Additional information and registration details can be accessed at: http://www.ihrim.org/
Innovative new technologies are largely responsible for the ongoing recruitment revolution. The introduction of various talent acquisition solutions coupled with trends in social and mobile use and the changing workplace have spawned near chaos in the recruitment space.
During her presentation, Elaine Orler, president and founder of Talent Function (http://www.talentfunction.com/
Highlighting positive talent acquisition trends and improved candidate experience, Orler will demonstrate how employers can integrate and leverage recruitment technology to streamline processes and move toward future developments. Participants will gain an understanding of current recruiting technologies and potential future trends that may help companies to more effectively engage top talent, market their employment brands and attract individuals through positive candidate experience.
Attendees of the IHRIM 2013 Strategies Conference and Technology Expo (http://www.ihrim.org/
About Talent Function
Talent Function is a consultancy dedicated to helping talent acquisition and HR leaders and executives around the globe realize their desired outcomes. Talent Function helps staffing leaders and solution providers to deliver results for their clients and combines project-based consulting with extensive practical recruiting experience to address the people, practices, and software that make up the Talent Acquisition function. To learn more, visit www.talentfunction.com.