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Our complete coverage of the event from April 18-20, 2016
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Designed specifically for recruitment and talent management professionals, the SHRM 2016 Talent Management Conference & Exposition gives you the tools, resources, innovations and solutions you need to evolve your human capital strategies. This fastpaced, energetic conference provides ideas that will advance you personally and professionally, while boosting your talent management strategies.
More than a thousand HR professionals will join us in Orlando on April 18-20, 2016, for an excellent opportunity to make new connections and network with old friends.
Check back each day for our complete coverage of the event.
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April 20, 2016:
Think Globals Aren't That Different? Think AgainThey are highly skeptical, inclined to fact-check anything and everything. They aren’t impressed by someone with a fancy title. Additionally, they have a one-world mindset, their first real conception of a U.S. president is one who is black and they grew up with unlimited access to technology. -
Tips for Creating an Effective Onboarding Site When employers consider building an online onboarding portal, they should first think about the core messages the website will impart to new hires and integrate those ideas into the design components, said Brenda Hampel, co-founder of Connect the Dots Consulting, an HR consultancy headquartered in Dublin, Ohio. -
How Accessible Is Your Recruiting Technology? The Labor Department’s Office of Disability Employment Policy unveiled free online resources and toolkits to help employers improve the accessibility of their web-based job applications for job seekers with disabilities. -
April 19, 2016:
Getting Back to Work after a Career Break Re-entry internships are an effective way for employers to make an informed hiring decision in their search for high-caliber job candidates who are looking to return to the job market after a prolonged career break, according to re-entry expert Carol Fishman Cohen. -
'Moneyball' Science and Real-World Recruiting Here's how to recruit like Major League Baseball's Billy Beane: Don't pursue the best performer. Pursue the best performer you can afford. -
Hiring Ex-Offenders Has Business, Societal Impacts Giving ex-offenders jobs is not just about sympathy, said HR consultant Max Dubroff, SHRM-SCP. "This is truly a business necessity, with a societal impact and a talent imperative for organizations wanting to grow." -
April 18, 2016:
Know Your Role So Your Organization's Culture Can Rock Different performers working toward the same goal create great cultures, conference keynote speaker Jim Knight said. Knight is the former head of Hard Rock International's training and development function who spent 21 years with the company. -
Survey: Respect at Work Boosts Job Satisfaction Respectful treatment of all employees at all levels is the most important factor contributing to employee job satisfaction, according to the SHRM Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement survey. -
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Looking for Quality Workers? Don't Overlook People with Disabilities Employers who overlook people with disabilities are missing out on a huge talent pool. -
Growing Organizations Rely on In-House Recruiters Employers are more likely to have in-house recruiting specialists or talent acquisition professionals responsible for finding applicants for job openings as organizational staff size increases, new research reveals. -
Three Keys to Building a Recruitment Marketing Strategy Celinda Appleby, the global head of digital recruitment and employer brand for Oracle, explains the three keys to standing out from the competition and building an employer brand for talent acquisition. -
Take Charge of Your Employment Brand and Stand Out A strategically tailored employment brand can be a company's best recruitment marketing tool. When combined with a compelling value proposition, an employment brand that portrays company culture, career growth opportunities and benefits can position an organization as an employer of choice. -
Job Ad Pricing Evolves Cost-per-applicant pricing lets employers pay for the result they really want: a completed job application. -
Foundation Awards First Talent Management Conference Scholarships The SHRM Foundation has awarded its first scholarships at the Society for Human Resource Management Talent Management Conference & Exposition to three SHRM members. -
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