RECRUITING TRENDS 2017: From Hiring to On-Boarding and Beyond
Date: Friday, Jan. 6, 2017
Time: 7:30 - 11:30 a.m. (breakfast and networking, followed by program)
Location: The University of Tampa’s Vaughn Center, 9th Floor (Campus Map)
The University of Tampa’s Office of Career Services and event partner, University of South Florida Career Services, will be hosting the Ninth Annual Recruiting Trends Program. Back by popular demand, Dr. Phil Gardner, director of the Collegiate Employment Research Institute (CERI) at Michigan State University, will share the latest data from the recently released recruiting trends survey. Participants will get a firsthand look at the most recent recruiting trends (nationally and locally) influencing the college labor market, as reported by data collected from many local and national employers. Gardner and CERI are nationally recognized for their research on the transition from college to work, employment readiness of college graduates and assessment of learning in the workplace.
Closing the program, Alex Desiderio, director of employee engagement and organizational development for the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta, will discuss how communication and priority management competencies can be incorporated into your talent management strategy. How do you grow and develop your talent once hired? Through previous roles, including the Georiga Aquarium and Denver Zoo, Desiderio provides insight into creating an employee engagement program that allows for greater insight into the inner workings of the employee through all levels of the organization.
- Identify recruiting trends specific to Florida and the Southeast, the southeast for 2017 and beyond.
- Discover new successful talent management strategies for your organization.
- Incorporate communication and priority management into your long-term goals.
- Gain personal and professional insight to manage your career and those around you.
- Network with talent management colleagues from the Tampa Bay region.
Who Should Attend?
- Employers/Human Resources Professionals
- College and Corporate Recruiters
- Senior Leadership responsible for Talent Management