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Randstad Sourceright to Spotlight Employer Brand Success at Upcoming HCI Conference

ATLANTA, June 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

WHO:

Randstad Sourceright, a global talent leader



WHAT:

Will exhibit, sponsor and present a workshop titled, "The Art and Science of a Great Sourcing Strategy in 2015" at the Human Capital Institute's 2015 Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference.



WHEN:

Monday, June 22 – Wednesday, June 24, 2015




"The Art and Science of a Great Sourcing Strategy in 2015" is scheduled for Monday, June 22, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. EDT.



WHERE:

HCI 2015 Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference


Seaport Boston Hotel


1 Seaport Lane


Boston, Mass.



DETAILS:

In order to deliver next-generation skills, companies need to reinvent the way they approach talent acquisition to ensure the right skills are in the pipeline. To accomplish this transformation in a strategic manner, employers need to consider each step in the process from sourcing to recruitment to talent management and everything in between.




During the 2015 HCI Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference, representatives from Randstad Sourceright will spotlight its world-class talent management solutions and thought leadership. In addition to exhibiting, Randstad Sourceright experts Jim Stroud, senior director, RPO Recruitment Strategies and Support, Casimir Turbak, manager, Technology Enablement, and Chase Wilson, senior vice president, Product and Innovation, will present a workshop focused on sourcing as part of an effective recruiting operation. Stroud, Turbak and Wilson will explore all of the ingredients necessary for a complete and competitive sourcing strategy, including data management and analytics. Workshop attendees will gain a working knowledge of today's sourcing challenges and take away actionable tips to use for developing a successful sourcing and recruiting strategy at their organization.




Also speaking at the conference will be Amy George, vice president of Talent Diversity and Inclusion for Terex Corporation, a Randstad Sourceright client. George will present the keynote session, "From Small Pond to Big Ocean – Transforming Talent Acquisition to Compete and Thrive Globally," on Tuesday, June 23, 2015 at 11:10 a.m. EDT. During this presentation, George will explain how companies can break down silos and make talent acquisition an enterprise-wide endeavor, as well as how to track and measure the transformation to ensure the talent acquisition function aligns with business objectives.




HR professionals and business executives interested in learning more about how Randstad Sourceright supports total talent architecture with sophisticated talent acquisition and talent management solutions are encouraged to attend these sessions and connect with company representatives during the event. To register for the HCI 2015 Strategic Talent Acquisition Conference, visit: http://www.hci.org/hr-conferences/2015-Strategic-Talent-Acquisition/overview.

About Randstad Sourceright
Randstad Sourceright is a global talent leader, providing solutions and expertise that help companies position for growth, execute on strategy, and improve business agility. Our experience encompasses all facets of talent, including traditional employees and the contingent, free agent workforce. Key offerings include, Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), Managed Services Provider (MSP) programs, Blended Workforce Solutions, Payroll and Independent Contractor Services (PICS) and Career Transition Services (CTS). As an operating company of Randstad, a $22.9 billion global provider of HR services, Randstad Sourceright delivers the resources and deep capability companies need to optimize their talent strategy for business growth and transformation. We are consistently recognized for service excellence and innovation by industry organizations such as Everest Group, HRO Today Magazine, and Staffing Industry Analysts. To learn more, visit www.randstadsourceright.com.

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