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    The Evolving World of Work

    Date: April 15, 2014, 5:30pm – 8:00pm
    Embassy Suites, N.Charleston Convention Center
    Registration begins at 5:30
    $20 Member - $25 Non-member (one meeting only)
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    The Evolving World of Work

    There is much talk about how it is time for organizations to “blow up” their current recruitment process. In this fast-paced session, we will examine the impact of macro-economic trends on the way today's workforce answers the question, "Why do I work?" Understanding and accepting that job seekers (not to mention our current employees) are all consumers of work requires a shift in thinking for today’s recruiters and recruiting leaders. A critical success factor in tomorrow's leading Talent Acquisition teams will not only be how the Candidate is treated during the process, but how best they fit the role they ultimately land.

    In this session, you will gain practical knowledge and insight that can be applied as soon as you get back to the office - and perhaps even steer how you modify your current recruitment process.

    Learning Objectives include:

    •   Understand the influence of macroeconomic trends on the changing landscape of today's workforce.

    •   Understand concepts related to employees and candidates being viewed as Consumers of Work.

    •   Identify various ways current recruitment models need to be modified in order to convert the rig

    Speaker:  Eric Winegardner

    Eric Winegardner is Vice President of Client Adoption for Monster Worldwide.  Monster is the worldwide leader in successfully connecting people to job opportunities. Operating career sites in over 50 countries, Monster strives to help workers and employers Find Better all over the world.

    In his role at Monster, Eric and his team work with thousands of recruiters to perfect the art of Talent Acquisition.  He has been quoted as a recruiting and career advice expert in national media outlets including CNN, Fox Business, MSNBC, US News & World Report, Business Week, and newspapers like the Washington Post, USA Today and the Boston Globe.  Eric sits on the Advisory Boards of HumanResourcesIQ, & Pearson Service Learning and was named a Top 100 HR Influencer.  He also serves as a Board of Trustee for The Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL).

    Eric can be reached at


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    HRCI approved for 1 General credit