What to Expect at the 14th Annual Spring ERE Conference and Expo

Tomorrow, hundreds of in-house HR and recruiting professionals will converge on San Diego for the 14th Annual Spring ERE Conference and Expo – “the only conference designed specifically to help talent acquisition leaders improve the performance, value and recognition of the in-house recruiting function.”

ERE, host of the annual conference, says attendees will “leave San Diego a more effective recruiting leader” and are backing their claims with an iron-clad, money-back guarantee:

“You’ll return from San Diego with at least 5 new ideas to incorporate into your recruiting strategy and 5 new recruiting leader peers to add to your year-round network.

If you attend and don’t get the value you expect, just tell us within 3 days after the conference ends and we’ll refund your entire registration fee – plus $100 for your trouble.”

Here are 5 ways ERE will deliver on their promise and what you can expect at this week’s conference:

In addition to key lessons from the conference sessions, visit the exhibit hall to discover new partners for your recruitment strategy and find new ways to increase your ROI.

For a full conference agenda, please visit ererecruitingconference.com.
For a list of conference sponsors, click here.
For conference information, including location and hotel, click here.

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Tags: Conference, ERE, Expo, HR, Human Resources, Spring, acquisition, in-house, recruiting, recruitment, More…talent

Comment by Keith D. Halperin on April 21, 2014 at 6:48pm

Thanks, Courtney.

While you are there, do you think you could get a very rough idea of how many attendees had done, considered, or perhaps even advocated the following alternative action (to spending thousands of dollars going to the con):

Spend a small fraction of what it cost to go to San Diego on an off-site, off-work hours meeting with food and drinks provided for the PEOPLE WHO ACTUALLY DO THE RECRUITING WORK, aka "US". There, they'd ask US how to improve our jobs, would implement what we needed, and would fight for it against the opposition that would very likely arise. What's rarely considered is that after a few weeks working, the most jr. "newbie" scheduler, sourcer, recruiter, whatever knows more how to improve theri own job than the most experienced self-proclaimed "Recruiting Thought Leader," SVP of Staffing, or CEO will EVER know, just as those people know more how to improve their own jobs than anyone else ever will.

Cheers,

Keith

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