3 Great HR & Talent Conferences You Can Still Attend This Month

June 7, 2017 at 12:00 PM by William Clarke

ConferenceCrowd.pngBelieve it or not, it’s not too late to lock in your attendance at three awesome conferences happening later this month.

Depending on your location, SHRM’s Annual Confab in New Orleans, The Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference in Boston, or Talent42 in Seattle could be just what the doctor ordered to give your talent acquisition and recruiting the jolt it needs as you head into the summer doldrums.

Each event features top-notch speakers, sessions, attendees and networking that will have you delivering ROI like it’s going out of style. Read one for all of the details and then it’s up to you to choose which one is the best rocketship for your particular trip to the recruiting stratosphere and back.

SHRM Annual Conference and Exposition - June 18 - 21 (New Orleans)

SHRM is the biggest, baddest and most extensive HR conference of them all, covering everything from compliance to company culture to recruiting and everything else in between. This year’s event in New Orleans promises an unrivaled program of networking and learning opportunities that span the entirety of human resources and recruiting topics, meaning that if you have to attend just one conference, SHRM could be your best bet.

With keynotes from the likes of former Google SVP of People Operations Laszlo Bock and a concert by no less than Harry Connick, Jr, you would be hard-pressed to find a better place to spend a few days for work than New Orleans. Registration will run you $1,685 and up. You can find our more intel here.

The Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference - June 26 - 28 (Boston)

The Human Capital Institute is renowned across the HR world for planning premier talent management events and the Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference is one of their flagship programs, which is one reason why Entelo in a sponsor (some say hi!).Taking place on the historic and picturesque Boston Harbor, this year’s conference features a lineup of seasoned practitioners and experts in the fields of human resources, talent acquisition, talent management, data and many other topics critical to the modern world of talent.

Keynotes from leaders like imgur’s Vice President of Talent, Jason Medley, and Cisco’s SVP of HR & Talent Acquisition, Jill Larsen are just the start. And with HCI’s considerable pedigree and experience behind it, the STAC promises to be an informative and relevant event with some of the best in the business in attendance. Whether you’re a C-suite level talent exec or someone just starting out in your recruiting or HR career, you’ll be well-served. Registration starts at $595 for virtual access and goes up from there. Check out all the details here.

Talent42 Tech Recruiting Conference - June 26-28 (Seattle)
Talent42.pngWith leaders and practitioners from many of the world’s leading technology companies in attendance, Talent42 is an absolute must for talent acquisition pros working in tech ( Full disclosure, Entelo is a sponsor). Billing themselves as half conference, half training event, Talent42 is one a few conferences explicitly focused on the tools and tactics practitioners need to do their jobs better. From trainings and case studies from some of the best in the business, even the best recruiters and sourcers will be certain to learn something actionable they can take home with them.

Keynotes by Stack Overflow COO Jeffrey Szczepanski and CareerXroads co-founder Chris Hoy punctuate a killer lineup of sessions featuring RecruitingDaily’s William Tincup, Microsoft Director of TA Craig Campbell, Sourcing thought leader and practitioner Dean da Costa and longtime friend of Entelo Maisha Campbell. The bottom line is, if you’re a technical recruiter or sourcer, you probably can’t afford not to got to Talent42. Registration starts at $1,295. You can find out more here.

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