June 1 event: How to thrive in changing talent market

Free passes to TalentX Sydney up for grabs for HRD subscribers

June 1 event: How to thrive in changing talent market

RCSA, the peak body for the recruitment, consulting and staffing industry in Australia and New Zealand, will hold its one-day Talent X event at the ICC Sydney on 1 June, and HRD subscribers could be going for free.

Talent X is an annual forum that brings together recruitment, talent acquisition and HR professionals to hear from expert speakers, network and discuss what’s next in the sector. 

“In today’s landscape of talent shortages, bringing recruitment and HR professionals together to discuss the challenges and explore solutions is pivotal,” said RCSA CEO Charles Cameron.

“This year, we’ll focus on how organisations can build top teams in an ever-changing landscape amidst growing economic uncertainty. The people and processes we put in place today will be vital to our success in the years to come.

“We know HRD subscribers are highly engaged with the sector, and we want to ensure their voices are part of this critical conversation.”

Among an impressive line-up, leading talent expert Sarah Bolitho will discuss diversity and inclusion, Collar Group CEO Ephram Stephenson will explore candidate care and experience and Australian Sevens Rugby Coach, Tim Walsh will share leadership lessons from the sporting field.

For the complete list of speakers, visit https://rcsa.eventsair.com/ta-talent-x-2023

TalentX 2023 will be held on 1 June at ICC Sydney, with the PM session running from 1.00 pm – 4.30 pm.

RCSA and HRD are giving 20 HRD subscribers free passes to the PM session (valued at $165 each) on a first-in, best-dressed basis. To grab your free pass, email [email protected] now. 

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