The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce (NKY Chamber) is shaking up the traditional way employers attract and retain talent with their upcoming sixth annual NKY Talent Strategies Symposium. Themed “Total Talent Transformation,” this half-day event aims to revolutionize talent acquisition strategies and workplace culture.
Instead of relying on outdated methods, the symposium encourages attendees to participate in lively roundtable discussions centered around job quality and workplace culture. The event kicks off with a keynote address by Dustin Lester, VP of Professional Services at Lightcast, who will share insights on closing the skills gap with long- and short-term strategies.
The symposium features a diverse lineup of roundtable presenters, each offering unique perspectives on talent acquisition and retention. Topics range from attracting, recruiting, and retaining employees with young children to improving employee retention and performance in economically diverse workforces.
This event is not just for large corporations; it is designed to benefit small business owners, operations and human resources professionals, and C-suite leaders from all types of organizations. The symposium is also approved for SHRM Continuing Education Credits, providing further incentive for professionals to attend and gain valuable knowledge.
Acknowledging that each employee has different desires and expectations from their employer, Nancy Spivey, VP of Talent Strategies, emphasizes the need for a personalized approach in talent acquisition. Instead of following a one-size-fits-all model, employers should develop employee-centered talent attraction, engagement, and retention plans for each individual hire.
Early bird ticket prices are available until February 9th, offering discounted rates for NKY Chamber members. After that, tickets will still be available, but at slightly higher prices. Registration is required in advance of the event, and interested individuals can visit NKYChamber.com/Symposium for more information and to secure their spot.
Don’t miss this transformative event that promises to revolutionize talent acquisition strategies and help employers stay ahead in today’s competitive job market. Join industry experts, gain valuable insights, and take a step towards total talent transformation.
An FAQ Section based on the article:
Q: What is the purpose of the NKY Talent Strategies Symposium?
A: The purpose of the symposium is to revolutionize talent acquisition strategies and workplace culture.
Q: What topics will be discussed at the symposium?
A: The symposium will cover topics such as job quality, workplace culture, talent acquisition, talent retention, attracting employees with young children, and improving employee retention and performance in economically diverse workforces.
Q: Who can attend the symposium?
A: The symposium is designed to benefit small business owners, operations and human resources professionals, and C-suite leaders from all types of organizations.
Q: Are Continuing Education Credits available for attending the symposium?
A: Yes, the symposium is approved for SHRM Continuing Education Credits.
Q: What is the importance of a personalized approach in talent acquisition?
A: Each employee has different desires and expectations from their employer, so a personalized approach is necessary to attract, engage, and retain talent.
Q: Where can I find more information about the symposium and register?
A: Interested individuals can visit NKYChamber.com/Symposium for more information and to secure their spot.
NKY Chamber – Refers to the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, an organization that promotes and advocates for businesses in Northern Kentucky.
Talent acquisition – The process of identifying, attracting, and hiring the right candidates for specific job positions within an organization.
Retention – Refers to the efforts made by an organization to retain its employees and reduce employee turnover.
SHRM – Acronym for the Society for Human Resource Management, a professional organization that provides resources and education for human resources professionals.
C-suite leaders – Refers to the highest-ranking executives in an organization, typically holding titles such as CEO (Chief Executive Officer), CFO (Chief Financial Officer), and CTO (Chief Technology Officer).
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