9/5/2012 Will You Be at the ERE Expo Next Week? Let's Talk Employee Background Checks
August 28, 2012
Will you be attending next week’s ERE Expo in Hollywood, Florida (Sept. 5-7)? EmployeeScreenIQ is an official conference sponsor and I drew the short straw to travel down to South Florida. If you plan to be there, let’s connect and talk employee background checks. There’s a lot going on from a legal standpoint and it’s never been more important to be proactive about compliance.
Here’s a quick synopsis on the conference.
- ERE Expo is the largest attended independent recruiting event. Over 800 corporate recruiting leaders attend ERE Expo each year, and that is in addition to hundreds of other attendees from industry consultants, vendors, service providers, media and others.
- Our agenda features more sessions led by practitioners then any other event in the space. This doesn’t mean co-presenting with a vendor partner or just thrown onto panels. They will share their stories, what has worked for them, what hasn’t and how you can apply those principals to your own recruiting strategy.
- ERE Expo features speakers you haven’t heard anywhere else. Many of the “conference circuit speakers” first spoke at ERE Expo, and that continues to this day. People like Mitch Schwartz from HP, Brian Flanagan from Mars, Bryan Power from Google, and Jacelyn Swenson from IBM who you probably haven’t seen speak before will all be presenting at ERE Expo 2012 Fall.
- ERE Expo is all about innovation. While all events tell you they are about what’s next, ERE Expo has always been your place to see new things and hear new ideas. We have been first to live stream our events to the community, first to integrate social media as a discussion tool and first to touch on cutting-edge topics.
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