San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
An event for technical recruiters and sourcers, where the emphasis is on the conversation. #tru is the biggest series of HR & Recruiting UnConferences in the world.
Powered by Dice at the Computer History Museum, this is the first #tru event dedicated to "technical recruiting and sourcing". It's a full day barcamp style unconference, meaning that we take the fun part of a conference (think coffee breaks) where people get to network, discuss ideas and get inspired, and take out the lengthy presentations and "Death by Powerpoint." Topics revolve around real recruiting issues, like challenging the skills shortage, employer branding, talent acquisition, cool new tech sourcing tools, referrals etc. To give it a bit more structure, we divide the event into topics = tracks, which are moderated by designated thought leaders or pure enthusiasts. A track lasts for one hour, and the content is determined by the participants, who are drawn from practitioners in technical recruiting.
The track leaders and topics.
This is a unique event that promises to offer lively conversation, open discussion, learning and networking.
9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Tickets are restricted to 100.
Register now at the top of this page.
#DiceTru will also take place on:
August 16, 2013 - SmartRecruiters, 56, Tehama Street, San Francisco
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