BREAKFAST EVENT

The Art of Predictive Hiring

14 November 2019

London

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What’s being discussed
  • Work performance
  • Employee engagement
  • Prediction in a recruitment context
  • …and much more!
Speakers

Becca Guinchard
International Account Manager

Gábor Antal
Internal Talent Acquisition Team Lead & Talent Acquisition Partner

Natasha Preocanin,
Managing Director & Chair

Who will be attending?

This speaker & roundtable networking breakfast event is exclusively reserved for 30 In-house recruitment/HR professionals from a variety of companies

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Agenda

08:30 – Registration with complimentary hot breakfast rolls, pastries, tea, coffee & juice
09:00 – Opening announcements
09:10 – 1st and 2nd guest speaker presentation
09:50 – 1st interactive roundtable discussion session
10:30 – Coffee break
10:50 – 3rd guest speaker presentation
11:10 – 2nd interactive roundtable discussion session
11:45 – Closing comments & peer-to-peer networking
12:00 – Event close

Host

IHR is the largest and most engaged community for In-house Recruiters. Our 20,000+ members benefit from over 70 events each year ranging from 1000-strong exhibitions and high profile awards to exclusive half day breakfasts and targeted dinners for Recruitment Leaders. We also produce industry leading digital whitepapers, webinars and speaker videos alongside a reviews-based industry supplier directory. Not a member? Why not join for FREE today!

Restrictions
  • Strictly reserved for In-house Recruitment and HR professionals only
  • Recruitment agencies and industry suppliers are not permitted to attend (other than our official event partner)
Event partner

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14 November 2019

8:30 am – 12:00 pm

42 Britton St, Farringdon, London, EC1M 5AD

FREE

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