This Thursday, Hireserve and the In-house Recruitment Network (along with a host of specialist speakers) will be heading to London to share their knowledge on recruitment data, applicant tracking and technology.

The event will be held at The Goldsmiths’ Centre in London, and will be covering:

  • The basics of getting your recruitment and technology processes right
  • How to tackle your recruitment ‘problem areas’
  • How to access and get the best use from your recruitment data
  • What effective recruitment technology looks like
  • How you can drive change in your organisation to improve recruitment processes

Guest speakers include Jessica Hayes, Head of People & Talent at Lost My Name, and Seamus Byrne, Founder of Sapient and Chair of the Hireserve User Group. We’ve worked with Seamus for many years and are delighted that he’s sharing his experiences of implementing change, improving tracking and data processes, and measuring success at the breakfast.

Also speaking will be Sophie Power, Recruitment and Talent Professional at Global Web Index, and Vicky Thorburn, Senior Resourcing Consultant at BuroHappold Engineering, Hireserve customer. We’re privileged that Vicky will be speaking at the breakfast, covering a range of topics from ATS implementation to gender bias in the engineering sector.

Along with plenty of brain food (and of course tea and coffee), you can expect a morning of valuable insights, peer-to-peer learning and networking opportunities with other professionals from the in-house recruitment and HR space.

For more details and to register for free, visit the In-house Recruitment Network’s event page.

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Tristan Potter

Tristan has a decade's worth of experience writing content and copy for organisations across Bristol and the Southwest of England. He has written on a diverse range of topics, including technology, philosophy, politics, and recruitment. His writing has appeared in The Drum, HR Grapevine, and The Guardian, among other publications. He joined Hireserve in March 2022.