#HRUSeattle Preview

#HRUSeattle is happening today! The event will highlight the practical knowledge relating to different HR and Recruitment Technologies. Speakers, attendees, and our very own Liz Sheffield will come together to discuss the impact of Technology on various HR and Recruitment fields – such as Training, Data Storage and Retrieval, Performance Management and much more.

At #HRU attendees will get a chance to network with top level executives from the most forward thinking organizations in the US and enjoy the spirit of a true Unconference!

#HRUSeattle

Listen to our recent #HRchat interview with #HRU Founder Aki Kakko

Follow the #HRUSeattle Twitter Conversation


 

Track Leaders

John Smith
Managing Director – America’s
CXC Global

Vitaly Obernikhin
CEO, co-founder
AmazingHiring Global

Judy Wright
Director of Talent Acquisition Solutions, Operations, Programs and Employer Brand
Providence Health & Services

Meg Steele
Associate Vice President of Talent Acquisition
Providence Health & Services

Rohit Tayal
Sr. HR Program Manager
Amazon

Shannon Benjamin
Co Founder and Principal
BENJAMIN LEONARD Talent Partners

Jacki Leonard
Co-Founder and Principal
BENJAMIN LEONARD Talent Partners

Marvin Smith
Strategic Talent Sourcing | Talent Community Strategist
Lockheed Martin

Jer Langhans
Co-Founder & Principal Growth Hacker
Paired Sourcing

James Temple
Co-Founder & Intent Discovery Engineer
Paired Sourcing

Lindsay Sauerlender
Experienced Human Resources Professional

David Bernstein
“Head of Product” – Talent Acquisition Analytics Products
Brightfield Strategies

HRU Seattle

About HRU

A key event partner of The HR Gazette, #HRU events are a global series of events where the emphasis is on conversation, cross-level communication and free exchange of ideas and experiences, aimed at HR practitioners, recruiters and corporate executives about the latest innovations and technologies used in making HR easier.

#HRU provides an opportunity for progressive HR professionals and recruiters interested in the latest developments in HR and recruitment around the world to meet, discuss and connect with like-minded professionals. GlobalHRU is followed by 50,000 people globally and runs more than 60 events annually attended by 6,000 people from 6 continents.

Think about #HRU as a social learning platform for HR practitioners and recruiters to share practical cases, discuss tools that they are using and next practices in the industry. The format is designed for individual interaction and high level of engagement, so the number of attendees is limited to 120, and tracks are more like lively discussions rather than keynote talks people hear in other industry events.

 

 


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