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Welcome to the Hireserve User Group
This page is where we’ll share speaker and agenda items for the Hireserve User Group in March 2019.
Here, we’ll reveal new agenda details, provide information on travelling to the User Group and the format of the day, and also who to get in touch with if you need any further information or help.
Planning your journey
Due to the convenient location of the BMA House in central London, there are plenty of ways to travel in.
National Rail stations: King’s Cross, St. Pancras International and Euston are all within a 15 minute walk of BMA House.
Underground stations: Euston, King’s Cross St. Pancras and Russell Square are within walking distance.
If you prefer to drive, BMA House is also easy to get to by car and has multiple car parking options nearby. Click here to view a map of the location.
If you think you’ll arrive late on the day, please let Helen know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is a great choice of hotel options in the area, and we thought it might be useful to share details of some of those closest to BMA House:
The Judd Hotel London – 5 min walk
46 Cartwright Gardens, WC1H 9EL
0207 383 9210 | www.juddhotelbloomsbury.com
Premier Inn, Euston – 4 min walk
88 Euston Road, NW1 2RA
0871 527 9492 | www.premierinn.com
Holiday Inn, Bloomsbury – 5 min walk
Coram Street, WC1N 1HT
0871 942 9222 | www.holidayinn.com
Meet Natasha Broomfield-Reid…
…the founder and Director of Diverse Matters.
Natasha has over 20 years’ experience of working within the diversity and inclusion field, and prior to setting up Diverse Matters and was the Head of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion for Victim Support.
At the User Group, she’ll be sharing some of the practical ways you can enhance Diversity and Inclusion at every touchpoint in your recruitment process, from your job descriptions to screening and shortlisting.
Meet Alison Miller…
…Resourcing Service Delivery Advisor at Lincolnshire County Council.
Alison has been working with Lincolnshire County Council for 5 years.
Lincolnshire County Council (LCC) has over 4,500 employees and delivers a range of services and support to residents across seven districts.
In an enlightening fireside chat, packed with practical advice and a real focus on results, Alison will share how her team transformed their hiring process into a full Hiring Manager self-service model.
From peer networking, challenge-solving, product updates and opportunities to talk all things ATS with the Hireserve team, this year's User Group agenda is simply packed with ways to help you return to the office full of fresh ideas and insightful solutions. And on top of all that, there's a free lunch too!