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The RightThing Brings Together Over 100 Top HR Execs for Thought Leadership and Collaboration
Date:5/27/2009

Gathering to exchange innovative ideas, best practices and thought leadership, The RightThing’s third annual recruitment symposium held May 12-14 at their global headquarters in Findlay, OH, brought together over one-hundred of the nation’s top human resources executives from a broad range of industries.

Findlay, OH (PRWEB) — Gathering to exchange innovative ideas, best practices and thought leadership, The RightThing’s third annual recruitment symposium held May 12-14 at their global headquarters in Findlay, OH, brought together over one-hundred of the nation’s top human resources executives from a broad range of industries. The three day event offered a series of top-level presentations and discussions geared toward propelling talent acquisition to the next level.

Top presenters included award-winning author Tamara Erickson, Mike Gamson, VP of Corporate Solutions at LinkedIn, Chris Forman, President of AIRS and Elliot Clark, Chairman and CEO of Crossing Media. Key topics covered included innovative sourcing strategies to acquire high quality candidates, fostering diversity in a global business landscape, the value of employment branding, harnessing today's technology to drive administration, key metrics to measure performance and quality of hire.

“Our clients represent some of the best practitioners in the industry and together, we are carving the future of talent acquisition, “said Terry Terhark, CEO of The RightThing. “This event was truly thought leadership at its best and something that no other RPO provider is doing.”

The program also included panel discussions enabling attend
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