Our next sub1000 event is 16th and 17th November 2022!
We'll be talking about inclusive recruitment, and attracting talent. View the line up and register here.

are you being swerved? how to ensure talent doesn't give you the cold shoulder – recruiter roundtable discussion.

Graham Jameson
recruitment specialist at The 1:1 Diet
Rachel Morrisson
Senior Talent at Buy It Direct Ltd.
David Brammer
Talent Acquisition at Mind Gym


These are challenging times for recruiters. The “resignation tsunami” means there is a good supply of quality candidates. Unfortunately, there is more competition than ever and candidates' expectations have changed (risen).

How do you make sure your organisation is able to attract the talent it needs to grow?

This is an interactive discussion, with a panel of experienced recruiters who spend most of their waking day thinking about these things.

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