Save the Date: 2014 Talent Acquisition Conference

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Posted by Andy Roane

April 28, 2014

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According to a report published by the Human Capital Institute (HCI), a network comprised of today's leading experts in human capital management, 'employers worldwide continue to report that a lack of skilled talent and a struggle to fill vacancies negatively impacts their business performance."  If you are in human resources or talent acquisition, we'd venture to guess that this isn't news to you. 

But, perhaps this is. HCI is gearing up for its annual Strategic Talent Acquisition ConferenceThis three-day event is chock full of the latest trends in human capital management. Taking place in Boston, this year's theme will focus on Community Intelligence, and how to tackle talent shortages in an ever evolving digital world. 

What:  2014 Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference 
Where:  Boston Seaport, MA 
When:  June 11-13, 2014
Who:  Click here for a list of speakers and presenters
What:  This year's theme is Community + Intelligence = Successful Sourcing. Click here for the full agenda. 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Andy Roane is the Vice President of 
Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) for Yoh. Roane brings more than 15 years of human capital industry experience to the role, including six years as Vice President of Operations for PeopleScout, where he led RPO engagements with Fortune 500 companies.  To contact Andy Roane directly, email him at Andy.Roane@yoh.com



Topics: Recruiting Trends, RPO

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed on the blog site represent those of the author and do not reflect the opinions of Yoh, A Day & Zimmermann Company. Yoh is not responsible for the accuracy of any information supplied by guest writers. 
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