LINE-UP

From the speaker line up to the technolgies being showcased, SUB1000 is all about helping you up your game in the talent department.

Take a look at what's happening throughout the day.

The Knowledge Exchange

The Tech Den

Adrian McDonagh
Co-founder at hireful
Adrian founded hireful in 2005. Ran his first workshop in 2009 and has not been seen back at hireful HQ since. Seriously though, Adrian loves training almost as much as he loves poking around and working out how best to utilise recruitment websites like Indeed, Glassdoor, LinkedIn etc. Over the past 10 years, he’s trained over 10,000 HR professionals gathering insights and feedback that he’s repackaged into his own original ideas. He would love to write a book on recruitment but struggles to write a daily update to his LinkedIn followers.

10:30 – 11:00
How we built a Wow! candidate experience

hireful will tell their story of the simple steps they took to go above and beyond their candidates’ expectations. This will include:
– Crafting our employer story
– Designing a candidate communication strategy
– Committing to a candidate charter
– Training all hiring managers
– Revamping the interview and onboarding process
– Measuring, benchmarking and analysing the results

Adrian McDonagh – Co-founder at hireful

Lucinda Carney
Founder at Actus Software
Lucinda Carney is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist with many years Corporate HR experience leading and delivering system and culture change. She is the founder and CEO of Actus Performance Management Software and host of The HR Uprising Podcast series, which was ranked no.1 in the Apple Podcast Business Charts.

10:30 – 11:00
How to be a change superhero in an SME

A sneak preview into the book of the same name which is published in May 2020. Lucinda will deliver an engaging insight into the key skills required to deliver Change in a SUB1000 organisation. She explains how to develop the confidence and skills to help us overcome the challenges of being a lone Change Superhero. Sharing stories, anecdotes and case studies this is a practical and inspiring session that anyone can put into action.

Lucinda Carney – Founder at Actus Software

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11:15 – 11:45

 

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Brett Runyan – Director EMEA at Glassdoor

David Copple
Founder & CEO at Shine Interview
Having spent years as a technical director, recruiting for executive through to technical and volume recruitment projects, Shine Interview CEO, David Copple, decided to take video interviewing to a new level and create a next generation video interviewing platform.

11:15 – 11:45
5 ways to boost your recruitment with video

– The difference between inbound / outbound video recruiting
– Tips for making cost effective, high quality videos
– The different types of video interviewing
– How to get everyone involved in your video recruiting
– Using video to engage your candidates

David Copple – Founder & CEO at Shine Interview

Oli Cavaliero
Head of Talent Management at Honest Burgers
Oli has worked for Honest Burgers for 3.5 years as Head of Talent Management. He has created an award winning candidate journey and manages the framework of people development for the company. Prior to working for Honest Burgers, he was part of the UK launch for Five Guys, the US’ fastest growing restaurant chain where he managed recruitment for over 40 restaurants in two years.

12:00 – 12:30
Hiring Convicts who have become our Champions

Did you know that just 9% of women have a job to go to after leaving prison? Honest Burgers share how they created a programme to challenge the social exclusion, prejudice and obstacles faced by female convicts, giving them a chance to make a career in hospitality. They now have women who have turned their lives around and are now managing some of their restaurants and kitchens, but more importantly are taking care of their families and have exciting futures ahead of them.

Oli Cavaliero – Head of Talent Management at Honest Burgers

Jon Curtis
Managing Director at Myhrtoolkit
Jon’s background is in the law, having co-founded commercial law firm Ironmonger Curtis in 2005. He has advised hundreds of SMEs nationally and internationally on their employment and HR issues over a legal career spanning 20 years. Now in his third career, Jon is a full time HR entrepreneur and tech evangelist.

12:00 – 12:30
How to mitigate compliance risks with HR software

– Keeping your people data safe and secure for GDPR compliance
– Maintaining accurate and up to date information
– Protecting your business from a potential dispute with online document management
– Health and safety compliance
– Managing risk and compliance with staff training

Jon Curtis – Managing Director at Myhrtoolkit

Gail Emms MBE
Olympic Silver Medalist & Head of Marketing at LAPS: Life After Professional Sport
Former World, European and All-England Badminton Champion and Olympic silver medallist, Gail works with businesses to bring a sports mentality to organisations.

12:45 – 13:15
What your organisation could learn from elite athletes

Sport professionals are highly sought after by employers in a number of sectors, and it should be no surprise. The characteristics that have enabled them to reach the top, are the same traits that employers look for in successful candidates… Performing under pressure, perseverance, coachability and drive & determination with a focus on results.

Gail discusses how every business could benefit from working with someone who has dedicated a huge part of their life pursuing their sports dream.

Gail Emms MBE – Olympic Silver Medalist & Head of Marketing at LAPS: Life After Professional Sport

Simon Connell
Sales Manager at Webonboarding
Simon is an onboarding expert and has experience in both the HR and Finance software market. Using a consultative approach Simon will work with you to show how using a digital onboarding solution can help your business save time and money. Simon will work with you to ensure that you get the best return on your investment for your business and people. The benefits of having a great onboarding experience for your new starters allows you to focus on what is important - your people.

12:45 – 13:15
The future of employee
onboarding

You have made an offer to a candidate, what happens next? It’s here the onboarding process begins.But often onboarding is a forgotten element in the new hire cycle and it can have a lasting impact on employee engagement and long term retention.

In this session, find out how the future of employee onboarding can save wasted time for your HR and Hiring teams, reduce your staff turnover and non starter numbers, and provide the best possible experience for your new hires.

Simon Connell – Sales Manager at Web onboarding

Rachel Dalboth
Strategy & Capability Director at the Forum for in-house Recruitment Managers (The FIRM)
Rachel has been in resourcing for over 21 years & she’s done a variety of in-house roles with both local and global remits. During her time as Head of Talent & Resourcing for UK/I & Global Categories & Functions, Rachel led a large team focused on both mid careers & contingent resourcing. She initiated the first global network of recruiters in Unilever & introduced a global capability model. In Nov 2018, Rachel left the corporate world to join The FIRM as Strategy & Capability Director, using her passion for upskilling recruiters by focussing on the capability & training proposition for members of The FIRM.

13:30 – 14:00
Dialling up your value-add as a Recruiter in 2020

Want to become invaluable to your business?
Want to know what to dial up and down to stay relevant and make an impact?
In this session, The FIRM shares key insights from across the Talent Attraction industry to help you focus on what is important and to hone some of the skills and capabilities for recruiters in 2020.

Rachel Dalboth – Strategy & Capability Director at the Forum for in-house Recruitment Managers (The FIRM)

Martin Price
Co-Founder at Secure Screening Services
Martin has 18 years of experience in law enforcement and is now bringing that knowledge and experience to the screening industry. Always looking for new ways to help organisations achieve their goals and help you consider what you may not have considered in the past.

13:30 – 14:00
How to spot the risk and what to do about it.

Organisational Risk
Candidate Experience
Social Media Screening
DBS and Rehabilitation of Offenders Act.
How good screening helps with onboarding.

Martin Price – Co-Founder at Secure Screening Services

Ellie Brown
HR & Tech Recruitment Lead at Oodle Car Finance
Ellie has been working in HR & Recruitment for over six years, currently as the Head of People Operations for Oodle Finance, a Fintech based organisation in Oxford which has grown from 130 to 300 employees in 2019 alone. Her experience has focused on the tech industry in high growth companies in the UK, Americas and APAC and she has a real passion for using technology within the HR function to drive efficiency, empower managers and an excellent people experience. Ellie has also volunteered Uganda and Ethiopia in the past two years as part of an initiative called #ConnectingHRAfrica where she delivered training for the staff of Hope for Justice, a charity working to end modern slavery.

14:15 – 14:45
Why your tech candidates aren’t engaged in your interview process

How to approach hiring in the ever-competitive tech talent market, tackling poor response rates and candidate engagement to closing the offer. Exploring the tips and tricks Oodle have learnt since scaling their tech teams to launch a new mobile app into the market.

Ellie Brown – HR & Tech Recruitment Lead at Oodle Car Finance

James Whatmore
Account Development Manager at CIPHR
James is an Account Development Manager at CIPHR and has worked within the technology sector providing both recruitment and HR software solutions.

14:15 – 14:45
Why integrated HR and recruitment systems are essential for a brilliant candidate experience

– The difference that specialist recruitment software can make to your candidates’ experience, and hiring managers’ ability to recruit
– Why linking your HR and recruitment systems is crucial for a seamless new starter experience
– How you can use an onboarding portal to welcome people into your organisation, and ask them to complete tasks and training before their first day

James Whatmore – Account Development Manager at CIPHR

Sarah Potter
Talent Attraction Adviser & Maker of Internal Comms at Intercity Technology Ltd
Details coming soon...

15:00 – 15:30
Taking Risks and Finding Your Voice

How to find your voice in a sea of business noise and using this in your employer branding to attract and retain talent. Exploring social media and other low budget, easy to implement strategies, to not only attract and engage new talent but engage your internal workforce too.

Sarah Potter – Talent Attraction Adviser & Maker of Internal Comms at Intercity Technology Ltd

Matt Birtchnell & Jen Surtees
Matt: Talent Specialist at Xero - Jen: Head of People Experience (UK & EMEA) at Xero
Details coming soon...

15:45 – 16:15
What matters to your future talent?

Get under the skin of what candidates are looking for from their future employer. How do you represent your company positively and authentically? Covering the essentials from creating an inspirational recruitment experience, igniting passion and interest in your employer brand and identifying what leads to successful hires that remain and flourish in your business.

Matt Birtchnell – Talent Specialist at Xero
Jen Surtees – Head of People Experience (UK & EMEA) at Xero

The Knowledge Exchange

Adrian McDonagh
Founder at EasyWeb Group
Adrian founded EasyWeb in 2005. Ran his first workshop in 2009 and has not been seen back at EasyWeb HQ since. Seriously though, Adrian loves training almost as much as he loves poking around and working out how best to utilise recruitment websites like Indeed, Glassdoor, LinkedIn etc. Over the past 10 years, he’s trained over 10,000 HR professionals gathering insights and feedback that he’s repackaged into his own original ideas. He would love to write a book on recruitment but struggles to write a daily update to his LinkedIn followers.

10:30 – 11:00
How we built a Wow! candidate experience

EasyWeb will tell their story of the simple steps they took to go above and beyond their candidate’s expectations. This will include:
– Crafting our employer story
– Designing a candidate communication strategy
– Committing to a candidate charter
– Training all hiring managers
– Revamping the interview and onboarding process
– Measuring, benchmarking and analysing the results

Adrian McDonagh – Co-founder at hireful

TBC
TBC
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11:15 – 11:45
TBC

Coming soon…

Glassdoor

Oli Cavaliero
Head of Talent Management at Honest Burgers
Oli has worked for Honest Burgers for 3.5 years as Head of Talent Management. He has created an award winning candidate journey and manages the framework of people development for the company. Prior to working for Honest Burgers, he was part of the UK launch for Five Guys, the US’ fastest growing restaurant chain where he managed recruitment for over 40 restaurants in two years.

12:00 – 12:30
Hiring Convicts who have become our Champions

Description: Did you know that just 9% of women have a job to go to after leaving prison? Honest Burgers share how they created a programme to challenge the social exclusion, prejudice and obstacles faced by female convicts, giving them a chance to make a career in hospitality. They now have women who have turned their lives around and are now managing some of their restaurants and kitchens, but more importantly are taking care of their families and have exciting futures ahead of them.

Oli Cavaliero – Head of Talent Management at Honest Burgers

Gail Emms MBE
Olympic Silver Medalist & Head of Marketing at LAPS: Life After Professional Sport
Former World, European and All-England Badminton Champion and Olympic silver medallist, Gail works with businesses to bring a sports mentality to organisations.

12:45 – 13:15
What your organisation could learn from elite athletes

Coming soon…

Gail Emms MBE – Olympic Silver Medalist & Head of Marketing at LAPS: Life After Professional Sport

Rachel Dalboth
Strategy & Capability Director at the Forum for in-house Recruitment Managers (The FIRM)
Rachel has been in resourcing for over 21 years & she’s done a variety of in-house roles with both local and global remits. During her time as Head of Talent & Resourcing for UK/I & Global Categories & Functions, Rachel led a large team focused on both mid careers & contingent resourcing. She initiated the first global network of recruiters in Unilever & introduced a global capability model. In Nov 2018, Rachel left the corporate world to join The FIRM as Strategy & Capability Director, using her passion for upskilling recruiters by focussing on the capability & training proposition for members of The FIRM.

13:30 – 14:00
Dialling up your value-add as a Recruiter in 2020

Want to become invaluable to your business?
Want to know what to dial up and down to stay relevant and make an impact?
In this session, The FIRM shares key insights from across the Talent Attraction industry to help you focus on what is important and to hone some of the skills and capabilities for recruiters in 2020.

Rachel Dalboth – Strategy & Capability Director at the Forum for in-house Recruitment Managers (The FIRM)

Ellie Brown
HR & Tech Recruitment Lead at Oodle Car Finance
Ellie has been working in HR & Recruitment for over six years, currently as the Head of People Operations for Oodle Finance, a Fintech based organisation in Oxford which has grown from 130 to 300 employees in 2019 alone. Her experience has focused on the tech industry in high growth companies in the UK, Americas and APAC and she has a real passion for using technology within the HR function to drive efficiency, empower managers and an excellent people experience. Ellie has also volunteered Uganda and Ethiopia in the past two years as part of an initiative called #ConnectingHRAfrica where she delivered training for the staff of Hope for Justice, a charity working to end modern slavery.

14:15 – 14:45
Why your tech candidates aren’t engaged in your interview process

How to approach hiring in the ever-competitive tech talent market, tackling poor response rates and candidate engagement to closing the offer. Exploring the tips and tricks Oodle have learnt since scaling their tech teams to launch a new mobile app into the market.

Ellie Brown – HR & Tech Recruitment Lead at Oodle Car Finance

Sarah Potter
Talent Attraction Adviser & Maker of Internal Comms at Intercity Technology Ltd
Details coming soon...

15:00 – 15:30
Taking Risks and Finding Your Voice

How to find your voice in a sea of business noise and using this in your employer branding to attract and retain talent. Exploring social media and other low budget, easy to implement strategies, to not only attract and engage new talent but engage your internal workforce too.

Sarah Potter – Talent Attraction Adviser & Maker of Internal Comms at Intercity Technology Ltd

Matt Birtchnell & Jen Surtees
Matt: Talent Specialist at Xero - Jen: Head of People Experience (UK & EMEA) at Xero
Details coming soon...

15:45 – 16:15
What matters to your future talent?

Get under the skin of what candidates are looking for from their future employer. How do you represent your company positively and authentically? Covering the essentials from creating an inspirational recruitment experience, igniting passion and interest in your employer brand and identifying what leads to successful hires that remain and flourish in your business.

Matt Birtchnell – Talent Specialist at Xero
Jen Surtees – Head of People Experience (UK & EMEA) at Xero

The Tech Den

Lucinda Carney
Founder at Actus Software
Lucinda Carney is a Chartered Occupational Psychologist with many years Corporate HR experience leading and delivering system and culture change. She is the founder and CEO of Actus Performance Management Software and host of The HR Uprising Podcast series, which was ranked no.1 in the Apple Podcast Business Charts.

10:30 – 11:00

Coming soon…

Lucinda Carney – Founder at Actus Software

David Copple
Founder & CEO at Shine Interview
Having spent years as a technical director, recruiting for executive through to technical and volume recruitment projects, Shine Interview CEO, David Copple, decided to take video interviewing to a new level and create a next generation video interviewing platform.

11:15 – 11:45
5 ways to boost your recruitment with video

The difference between inbound / outbound video recruiting
Tips for making cost effective, high quality videos
The different types of video interviewing
How to get everyone involved in your video recruiting
Using video to engage your candidates

David Copple – Founder & CEO at Shine Interview

Jon Curtis
Managing Director at Myhrtoolkit
Jon’s background is in the law, having co-founded commercial law firm Ironmonger Curtis in 2005. He has advised hundreds of SMEs nationally and internationally on their employment and HR issues over a legal career spanning 20 years. Now in his third career, Jon is a full time HR entrepreneur and tech evangelist.

12:00 – 12:30
How to mitigate compliance risks with HR software

Keeping your people data safe and secure for GDPR compliance
Maintaining accurate and up to date information
Protecting your business from a potential dispute with online document management
Health and safety compliance
Managing risk and compliance with staff training

Jon Curtis – Managing Director at Myhrtoolkit

Simon Connell
Sales Manager at Webonboarding
Simon is an onboarding expert and has experience in both the HR and Finance software market. Using a consultative approach Simon will work with you to show how using a digital onboarding solution can help your business save time and money. Simon will work with you to ensure that you get the best return on your investment for your business and people. The benefits of having a great onboarding experience for your new starters allows you to focus on what is important - your people.

12:45 – 13:15
The future of employee onboarding

You have made an offer to a candidate, what happens next? It’s here the onboarding process begins.But often onboarding is a forgotten element in the new hire cycle and it can have a lasting impact on employee engagement and long term retention.
In this session, find out how the future of employee onboarding can save wasted time for your HR and Hiring teams, reduce your staff turnover and non starter numbers, and provide the best possible experience for your new hires.

Simon Connell – Sales Manager at Web onboarding

Martin Price
Co-Founder at Secure Screening Services
Martin has 18 years of experience in law enforcement and is now bringing that knowledge and experience to the screening industry. Always looking for new ways to help organisations achieve their goals and help you consider what you may not have considered in the past.

13:30 – 14:00
How to spot the risk and what to do about it.

Organisational Risk
Candidate Experience
Social Media Screening
DBS and Rehabilitation of Offenders Act.
How good screening helps with onboarding.

Martin Price – Co-Founder at Secure Screening Services

James Whatmore
Account Development Manager at CIPHR
James is an Account Development Manager at CIPHR and has worked within the technology sector providing both recruitment and HR software solutions.

14:15 – 14:45
Why integrated HR and recruitment systems are essential for a brilliant candidate experience

– The difference that specialist recruitment software can make to your candidates’ experience, and hiring managers’ ability to recruit
– Why linking your HR and recruitment systems is crucial for a seamless new starter experience
– How you can use an onboarding portal to welcome people into your organisation, and ask them to complete tasks and training before their first day

James Whatmore – Account Development Manager at CIPHR