DAY ONE SESSIONS, 21 MARCH
Check out what’s on offer on day one of #RHUB
12:00-12:15 PM, REGISTRATION
12:15-12:30 PM, ROSS CLENNETT, WELCOME & INTRODUCTION
THE ROAD TO HR: WINNING MARKETING STRATEGIES FOR RECRUITERS
12:30-1:15 PM, 21 MAR, KEVIN W GROSSMAN, HRMARKETER.COM
What do HR and employers want from talent suppliers? How does one effectively reach buyers of human capital services? In this session Kevin will illustrate the tools and tactics on how to effectively gauge HR’s pain points, tell compelling stories, be noticed and gain more leads. All roads do not lead to HR, learn what works.<more>
SOCIAL FIRE: WINNING SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGY FOR RECRUITERS
1:15-1:45 PM, 21 MAR, GREG SAVAGE, FIREBRAND TALENT
In this session Greg will share his experiences using social media, networks and web 2.0 technologies to tell compelling stories, be noticed and to connect and build relationship with both candidates and clients. Used correctly social media can be an effective tool for recruitment firms to gain credibility and ultimately customers.<more>>
READING HR: GAUGING HR’S MEDIA CONSUMPTION BEHAVIOUR
1:45-2:15 PM, 21 MAR, JO KNOX, HR DAILY
How and what type of content do HR professionals and employers consume? In this interactive session, Jo Knox will share insights into the media consumption behaviour of HR professionals and advise how to tell compelling stories for a niche audience. Learn what stories to tell and how to strike a chord.
PROPER PR STRATEGY FOR RECRUITMENT AGENCIES
2:15-2:45 PM, 21 MAR, BELINDA THOMSON, BUCHAN CONSULTING
Does PR matter in a media-saturated world, where everyone is a publisher? How can recruitment firms get the attention of traditional publishers, new media channels, journalists and eventually the attention of employers? In this session recruitment firms will learn how PR, done effectively, can change fortunes.
ADVICE FROM A VENTURE CAPITALIST
3:00-3:30 PM, BILL BARTEE, SOUTHERN CROSS VENTURE PARTNERS
As a venture capitalist, Bill Bartee has seen it all – successful start-ups and the not so successful. An early investor in SEEK and some of the most successful start-ups in Australia, Bill will share nuggets on why some companies make it big and some don’t, and what to do to succeed.
MIGRATION MONITOR: KEEPING UP WITH CROSS BORDER TALENT MOVEMENT
3:30-4:00 PM, 22 MAR, CHERIE WRIGHT, FRAGOMEN
What changes are taking place in the migration arena? How large is the overseas talent pool? In this session you will learn the latest regulatory rules governing business migration. Learn what developments are affecting the sourcing of talent from overseas, and in effect recruiters.
NAVIGATING THE LEGAL LANDSCAPE AFFECTING RECRUITERS
4:00-4:30 PM, 21 MAR, JULIE MILLS, CEO ITCRA
How is the legal landscape shaping up for recruitment agencies in 2012? Navigating through public policy changes, taxation trends and migration laws Julie will offer insights on how recruiters can effectively insulate themselves and their business and concentrate on revenue generation.
CONTRACTOR CARE: TRENDS IN AGENCY-CONTRACTOR RELATIONSHIP
4:30-5:30 PM, PANEL – VICKI LITTLE, LUKE CAROLAN, PAUL STANBURY
As employers increasingly use contingent labour the volume of work and issues increases for agencies. In this session learn the extent of freelancing in Australia and trends in managing independent contractors. Learn the role and value contractor management companies offer to employers and agency recruiters.