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Human Resource Executive(R) 6th Annual NY HR Week(TM) to Feature HRO World(TM) Conference & Expo
Date:2/4/2008

- Leading Industry Event Attracts More than 1,550 Decision-Makers -

HORSHAM, Pa., Feb. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Human Resource Executive(R) conferences today announced the details of the HRO World(TM) Conference & Expo. The event will be held during the 6th Annual NY HR Week(TM), which is scheduled for April 16-17, 2008 at the Hilton New York in New York City.

The 6th Annual HRO World(TM) Conference & Expo is the industry's leading event that delivers proven solutions to tactical and strategic HRO problems. Last year's event attracted more than 1,550 attendees, 80% of whom were director level and above. By attending HRO World(TM), these participants received the tools and knowledge required to address the planning, implementation and management changes involved in selective or end-to-end HR outsourcing. At this year's HRO World(TM), attendees can choose from a dozen sessions featuring the industry's leading practitioners, vendors and analysts on the strategic and operational issues associated with HR outsourcing, and retained HR functions.

The opening keynote is best-selling author, Daniel H. Pink, on the topic of "Why Right Brain Capabilities are More Important than Ever." Highlighted speaker, Naomi Bloom, managing partner, Bloom & Wallace, and an HR industry analyst and consultant will provide her insight on how organizations can get an outsourcing initiative off to a successful start in her presentation, "Trust, But Verify: Questions You Should Ask Any HR BPO Provider." Individual sessions will be presented by those companies that have transformed their organizations through HRO including an extraordinary presentation on how Adecco helped Shands Jacksonville Medical Center hire 156 nurses in 100 days. Boston Scientific will present with Veritude on how to build and fill a technical recruiting pipeline and shorten time to hire in "Finding the Right IT Professionals for Boston Scientific." HROA's 2007 Thought Leader of the Year, Steven Shangold
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