Lauryn Sargent, who will be speaking at the Fall 2017 recruitDC event on Dec 7, shares stories of local DC area companies she's worked with recently to create story-based recruitment marketing campaigns that focus on unique aspects of their company cultures.Read More
Kevin Crews drops by recruitDC today, to give a preview of his upcoming session, "The Art of Seductive Sourcing". This is a can't miss session for those sourcing and recruiting on a regular basis.
The amazingly talented Audra Knight appears on recruitDC today. She'll discuss why you should be coming to next week's event, and what recruitDC has meant to her. We're looking forward to seeing Audra share her expertise next week.Read More
We're excited to welcome Matt Charney back to recruitDC this May, and he has pulled together a great closing keynote, with some great information to share with attendees. Always one to look past what's shiny on the surface, and well-known for calling things "as they are", Matt will bring a fresh perspective to some important topics in the Talent Acquisition space. This presentation will take a look at some of the biggest trends and emerging technologies impacting recruiting and hiring today. It's a must-attend whether you are running a desk, or managing a division of recruiters.Read More
I've been very lucky in my career. Luck played a part in how I even got into recruiting. It played a part in my having some of the best mentors and teachers that you could ask for over the course of a career. Because of my appreciation for all of this luck, I've always wanted to pay it forward, to use a phrase. Turns out, I wouldn't have to wait long.
In 2010, I attended the first ever recruitDC, at Wooly Mammoth Theatre in D.C.. I lucky enough be asked to be on a panel about sourcing tools and techniques with some people that I greatly admired. And while I knew a good number of the attendees, I met so many people there, that it was hard to keep track of everyone. I would later find out through various conversations with people, some years later, that they had also been in attendance. It was a whirlwind event, but one that I took away a great deal from.Read More