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Top 8 reasons to be there at the Talent Acquisition Conference 2019

In the fast-changing landscape of building high-performing teams, it is crucial to stay updated on the current and future trends in talent acquisition. Here are the major reasons why you should be there at TAC 2019 in Mumbai on May 29.
Top 8 reasons to be there at the Talent Acquisition Conference 2019

Recruiting top talent from a variety of sources and creating a holistic team that is poised and skilled enough to meet the challenges of a rapidly evolving world of work is the primary goal for most companies--be it MNCs or startups! Here’s a conference that brings together HR professionals, business leaders, CEOs and recruiters all in one place. This is where the future of recruitment happens.

We give you 8 reasons why you cannot afford to miss TAC 2019!

#1 Who’s who line-up of speakers

Think about the top names in talent acquisition. They are all here! Some of the speakers who have created waves in the recruitment landscape include: Mervyn Dinnen, HR & Talent Trends Analyst, Author: Exceptional Talent; Bill Boorman, Stand-up Comedian, Founder, The Recruitment Raconteur; Steven Murray, Global Head of People Development, Zomato; Vasudevan Rajgopalan, Head Talent Acquisition (India), TCS; Satyajit Iyer, Senior Vice President & Head Talent Acquisition, Reliance Industries, and many more.

Make sure that you are there to listen to their insights and perhaps even get a chance to interact with them in person!

#2 Power–packed agenda

An agenda designed for the TA professional in you. You have an opportunity to learn from the experts and even share your insights. Which approach of attracting a diverse pool of talent are other industry experts adopting? What practices are working for them in this age of digital transformation? Diverse panels of TA leaders will dive deeper into the questions of identifying the right sourcing channels, becoming a destination employer and enhancing the hiring and onboarding experience.

Download the complete agenda of the conference and plan your power-packed day in advance!

#3 An invite-only Futurist Forum track

CHROs are some of the busiest people. Keeping that in mind, this conference has a separate track for CHROs (People Matters Futurist Forum) to accommodate calendar constraints and focus on the insights from the most strategic sessions in one go. A must-attend track which includes an exclusive Masterclass on Shaping Your Talent Acquisition Function for The New Digital Talent Journey & two keynote sessions on Becoming a Destination Employer  & How does a future-proof talent plan look like? from a CHRO’s perspective.

Futurists are the forward-thinking leaders who have a perceptive insight into what might happen when it comes to the business of people and work. Learning from their insights can redefine the way you conduct your business! It is precisely the reason why talent leaders cannot afford to miss attending this session.

#4 Hands-on workshops & in-depth masterclasses

Building a roadmap for pragmatic sourcing requires the expertise to leverage data analytics and technology. Explore some other innovative techniques that can help you find the right fit. Put on your marketer’s hat and pick up on some ways in which you can create an employer brand that appeals to your target talent pool. You’ll walk out of these masterclasses and workshops with a participation certificate and exclusive experience of applying design thinking and technology to improve talent acquisition outcomes in your respective businesses.

#5 Best practices based on case studies

Learn from the best practices of industry leaders about ways in which you can personalize your candidates’ journey and understand how you, as the TA leader, can drive a mindset-shift in your organization.

Know the best practices adopted by leading organizations such as Hotstar, TCS, Swiggy and many more. Experts from each company including Rinki Jain, Head Talent Acquisition, Hotstar; Vasudevan Rajagopalan, Head Talent Acquisition, TCS; Madhav Vamsi, Head Talent Acquisition, Swiggy.  

Recruitment is the key to driving business shifts and ensuring that there is cultural agility in your organization. This conference brings you well-researched case studies on organizations that have cracked the code of diversity and inclusion practices, personalized candidate experiences and leveraging technology in the best way to create winning teams for the future. Be sure to attend the sessions that reveal all these various case studies!

#6 People Matters Talent Acquisition Awards 2019

This conference is the platform where the best practices in Campus Recruitment, Candidate Experience, Employer Branding, Recruitment Technology & Analytics are recognized through the People Matters Talent Acquisition Awards 2019. If you want to stay on top of leading trends, the award ceremony is something that you just cannot skip!  

#7 Networking opportunities with India’s Top TA solution providers

To take your networking game to the next step, get introduced to People Matters’ partners from across various segments in hiring, sourcing, screening, assessment, employer brand, analytics and much more. Check out the list of providers who can help you implement your recruitment strategies and get actionable insights when it comes to existing practices.

#8 Meet & learn from your peers

The only conference in India to host CHROs, Head HR & TA Heads passionate about advancing the Talent Acquisition agenda with progressive practices and a futuristic outlook.

Topics: PMTAC, Talent Acquisition

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