07 July 2009

Use of Twitter and Facebook in recruitment up for debate at RecruitTECH

The future of recruitment and the impact of technology on talent acquisition will be debated when Canberra hosts the inaugural Australian recruitment and technology conference on 18 September 2009.

 An initiative of local jobs website CapitalJobs.com.au, the conference – known as RecruitTECH 2009 – will feature some of Australia’s foremost thinkers and speakers in the recruitment and technology space, including Power150 Marketing Media blogger, Laurel Papworth, and me, amongst others.

Topics up for discussion include the use of social networking tools such as Twitter and Facebook in the recruitment process; how organisations can use technology to win the ‘war for talent’; using the web to access a flexible and remote workforce; the future of print and online job advertising; and the deployment of organisational career portals.

RecruitTECH 2009 invites all HR staff, recruitment personnel, and hiring managers who are passionate about talent attraction and retention, to attend the conference.

The conference will be held at the Canberra Business Event Centre, Regatta Point – adjacent to Floriade – from 8.30am on Friday 18 September 2009, as part of the ACT Government’s Business in Focus month. Seats are limited.

The conference fee is $299 inc. GST per delegate (less for subsequent delegates from the same organisation).

To reserve seats at the event, please visit http://www.recruittech.com.au.
Contact: Clayton Wehner, Managing Director CapitalJobs.com.au and
Conference Coordinator – 0438 925 613 – info@capitaljobs.com.au

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