Time’s running out to register for EMPOWER 2015 in Chicago– CareerBuilder’s talent acquisition event featuring all-star speakers, dynamic workshops, and a plethora of ideas for creating the future of recruitment. Here’s a taste:
The Staffing and Recruiting session will feature the latest research, industry trends and a panel of esteemed speakers. Industry experts, including founder and CEO of Inavero, Eric Gregg and president & CEO of American Staffing Association Richard Wahlquist will provide insight into staffing market trends and give ideas to take back and share with others.
Eric Gregg, Founder and CEO of Inavero Inc., will discuss the 2015 Opportunities in Staffing Report. The 2015 “Opportunities in Staffing” findings identify a number of key drivers of satisfaction from clients, candidates and internal staff. As the industry evolves, so do perceptions and expectations of your firm. Being aware and working to deliver on areas of opportunity are the best way to move the needle with the people who affect the success of your organization the most.
The Empower Staffing breakout session will qualify for 2.75 continuing education hours toward your American Staffing Association CSP®, TSCSM, or CSC® credential renewal. By attending all of Empower 2015, American Staffing Association-certified professionals can earn up to 10.5 continuing education hours toward their CSP®, TSCSM, or CSC® credential renewal. Learn more about how to earn continuing education credits through the ASA.
Empower Staffing Panel Lineup
Jon Maly, National Account Director, CareerBuilder
Senior Vice President, Talent Strategy and Innovation at Kforce
As SVP, Talent Acquisition and Innovation for Kforce, a professional staffing firm, Glen advises executive committee members on emerging trends and opportunities for Kforce to leverage people, process, technology and analytics to develop a strategic competitive advantage and to deliver more value to candidates, consultants and clients.
Glen currently leads teams responsible for hyper-specialized I.T. recruiting, enterprise social media/digital strategy, offshore sourcing and recruiting, technology evaluation, analytics
Vice President, Enterprise Development at Appleone Employment Services
Cynthia Futvoye is the Vice President of Enterprise Development for the ACT-1 Group, and is at the helm of the Marketing and Talent Development divisions for their flagship staffing division, AppleOne, where she developed and implemented a talent-centric strategy to provide more placement results and a great experience. Most recently, Cynthia led her team in the massive rolling out of AppleOne’s rebranding efforts, ‘Hiring Made Human’, which successfully refreshed and refocused AppleOne’s 51-year old identity.
The net of over 18 years of navigating bottom line outcomes equates to the simple understanding: that the “candidate is the center of the universe.”
Director of Recruiting at Aerotek
Kelly Van Aken is the Director of Recruiting Technology and Candidate Experience at Aerotek, a leading provider of recruiting and staffing services. In this role, Kelly is responsible for overseeing their recruiting and sales business functions across Aerotek, including defining the strategies and technology requirements for contractor recruitment. In addition, Kelly is responsible for defining the vision and strategy for how Aerotek engages with their contract employees.
Kelly is a Certified Internet Recruiter and Certified Social Sourcing Recruiter. She is also a member of the National Association of Professional Women, a network for professional women to interact, educate and empower.
COO at Creative Circle/On Assignment
Dennis Masel attended the University of Colorado at Boulder on a Naval Scholarship and graduated with a degree in English Literature. He left the Navy having attained the rank of Lieutenant and being recognized as having created the best Morale, Welfare and Recreation program in the US Navy.
Dennis has been involved in Creative Staffing since 1999. After helping successfully launch The Creative Group for Robert Half, he moved to New York and ran a small, independent agency in Manhattan’s Silicon Alley. In 2003 he joined Creative Circle where he is currently a Managing Partner and Chief Operating Officer. He runs Creative Circle under the simple concept of hire people better than yourself, work like a slave, dare your team to dream and invest in them emotionally.
CEO, The Delta Companies
Jeff Bowling is the Chief Executive Officer of The Delta Companies – four brands providing physicians, therapist and other allied professionals to healthcare facilities on both a contract and direct hire basis across the U.S.
Jeff has created an amazing culture at The Delta Companies and been selected to “Best Places to Work” awards many times during his tenure. Their internal net promoter scores consistently rank among the best in the industry. Additionally, The Delta Companies has won 28 VOICE awards from the American Staffing Association over the past five years.