ERE Recruiting Conference Thrills in "The Theme Park Capital of the World"

October 19, 2018 Sarah Spiegelman

The Gaylord Resort in Kissimmee, Florida is not only a destination spot for Disney World visitors and Epcot explorers, but it was also the host of this years’ Fall ERE Recruiting Conference. This conference was held October 15-17, 2018. The focus of this year’s conference was in the recruiting space where 385 attendees gathered to learn about the importance of preserving or gaining talent. Titles like “Everyone Wants Ice Cream” and “You Can’t Win Without Talent,” showcased the creative and analogous techniques guest speakers shared for solving industry-wide recruiting challenges.

During the conference, the RolePoint team had a great time meeting people from a variety of companies. For example, Schneider, Textron, The Cheesecake Factory, Sage Therapeutics, Thales, Foth, Gundersen Health Systems and more, all stopped by to share insights about their employee referral programs and took interest in learning more about our employee referral software and internal mobility platforms. Additionally, and not surprisingly, our Echo Dot giveaways were well received by the attendees!

We really love attending conferences and seeing a strong sense of community in Human Resources and technology partners alike; it is great to converse with forward-thinking recruitment professionals and engage in important and informative conversations.

We hope to see you in Dallas at TalentNet Live on November 2nd!

About the Author

Sarah Spiegelman

Sarah Spiegelman is on the Sales Development Team. She enjoys interacting and meeting new people in the Human Resources space both on the phone or while attending conferences. She enjoys working in the recruiting space because she believes that people truly are a company's best asset, and believes that finding the right talent is more than evaluating a resume. Sarah believes that talent stems from the synergy of teams, where employees feel engaged and part of the company. Furthermore, she has latched onto employee referrals because of the tendency of these hires to be the right cultural fits and enjoy their place of work. When she is not working, she is doing Barre3, attending happy hours, drinking coffee, eating chocolate and exploring Portland, Oregon.

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