Keynote: Fundamental Changes in the Recruiting World
Matt Charney – Chief Content Editor, Allegis Group and Executive Editor, RecruitingDaily
There's a lot of buzz (and even more buzzwords) out there in recruiting and talent acquisition today. But should you believe the hype? This session will break through the buzzwords, BS and B2B marketing and take a look at what real recruitment marketing professionals really need to know to survive - and thrive - in the ever changing world of work. We'll take a look at the talent technology industry landscape as well as VC, M&A and valuation trends and what those mean for the market - and for the end users of these emerging solutions. This session will also break down the top talent trends every recruiting expert needs to know, taking a deep dive into macroeconomic, labor market and academic data to discover what problems recruitment marketing pros need to solve for to do today to get ready to win the top talent of tomorrow - and get a step ahead of the competition.
Finally, we'll take a look at some of the top tools and specific solutions that highlight some of the ways that the talent technology of tomorrow is already living up to its potential to reshape the way recruiters find candidates, and candidates find companies (and some low and no cost sourcing and marketing hacks, too). This session will have no ulterior motives, no company case studies or covert content marketing - just tips and tricks real recruitment marketers can really use. For reals.
The Internet is Dead: Net Neutrality and the Impact on Job Boards
Chris Adams – Head of Data and Tech, Madgex
The FCC voted in 2017 to remove the existing rules around Net Neutrality. As a landmark event in the governance of the Internet, there has been much speculation and cries of the "Internet is dead" from the tech media. Find out if the Internet is dying and the impact this will have on the online recruitment industry.
TA Leaders Evolving Views of Partner Expectations- 2018 and Beyond:
Gerry Crispin – Principal and Co-Founder, CareerXroads (Moderator)
Henry Casanova – Talent Acquisition Leader, T. Rowe Price
Danielle Monaghan – Head of Talent Acquisition, Amazon
Carolyn Eiseman – Director: Employer Brand, Enterprise Holdings
Frans Mahieu – Global Marketing Director, Kimberley Clark
Keri La Ra – Director: Employment Branding and Social Media, Spectrum
The acceleration of change, marketplace and compliance demands for privacy and transparency, exponential growth of technologies vying for attention, pressures for increased recruiter capacity and increased candidate pushback barely scratch the surface of what TA leaders in larger firms are discussing day in day out. This session is an open conversation between several TA leaders and the audience about the challenges and solutions to evolving TA models.
Call Me By My Name: The Hype Around Hyper-Personalization
Jackye Clayton – Director of Customer Success, HiringSolved
Companies who focus on employee experience out profit those who don’t by at least 21%. But before someone can become an employee, they are a candidate. 60% of job seekers have quit an application in the middle due to its length or complexity. You can better experience for both current and potential employees through hyper-personalization.
During, the Hype Around Hyper-Personalization, you will learn:
- What Hyper-Personalization is and why it is so important.
- How to use hyper-personalization in the recruiting process.
- Current technology available to create hyper-personal experiences.
- How to launch a hyper-personalization campaign with zero to little budget.
How to Build an AI Tool to Enhance a Recruiter's Productivity
Randy Moore – CEO and Co-Founder, Pocket Recruiter
Great candidate experience starts with great recruiter experience. In this session, Randy Moore will focus on how to combine AI and UI for best results. He will separate the AI facts from the AI myths; explain how to evaluate AI systems; share insights into the benefits and challenges for recruitment and explore how AI tools can change the role of a recruiter.
Innovation Session to be Confirmed
Breakfast and Registration
Blockchain and Recruiting- An Ecosystem Call to Action
Dan Roddy – Human Capital Specialist Leader, Deloitte
Blockchain technology, with its proven success in providing trusted value exchange between peers, without third party intermediaries, has taken the financial world by storm. Many believe that the recruitment process, with is convoluted plethora of intermediaries, is ripe for the picking in the human capital space, and some market participants are already promoting their blockchain plans, and raising money through Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), in an attempt to gain first-mover advantage.
This presentation will highlight the state-of-the-art for blockchain in recruiting, seeking to create a conversation among Job Board Industry participants about the benefits of aligning, as an ecosystem of stakeholders, around an open-sourced, consortium-based approach to building out the next generation of blockchain-based solutions.
AI Hype vs. Reality
Jeff Dickey-Chasins – The Job Board Doctor (Moderator)
Somen Mondal – CEO, Ideal
Ryan Bush – Vice President of Business Development, TextRecruit
Randy Moore – CEO, Pocket Recruiter
Yasmin Zarabi – VP Business and Corporate Development, Entelo
AI is omnipresent in discussions about the future of recruiting - but what is real and what is hype? Join use as our expert panel talks about what's already happening with AI in the recruiting world, and where developments are likely to lead. Learn how AI-related technologies can help your clients and bolster your bottom line. Expect some strong opinions - and stimulating discussion!
Realising the Value and Potential of Your Database
Lee Biggins – Founder and Managing Director, CV-Library and Resume Library
The candidate-driven job market in the US is making it more important than ever for companies to target passive job hunters. Therefore, if you currently own a resume database, you could be sitting on a gold-mine! This presentation will see Lee Biggins draw upon industry research and use data and experience from one of the UK’s leading job sites, CV-Library, to cover:
- Changing attitudes to recruitment and the rise of resume database searching
- Understanding the value of your resume database – is it even making you money?
- How to analyse and reduce the purchasing of poor performing data
- Tips on proactively marketing your resume database, on top of resume search
- How to drive additional revenue from your resume database, aside from recruiter licenses and subscriptions
- Why database charging models and pay per performance are integral for growing databases
- The importance of adopting programmatic buying and selling for resume databases