TALENT ACQUISITION AND ITS INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS AND TRENDS

Veranstaltung / 08. 06. 2022

FROM ATTRACTION AND ACQUISITION TO RETENTION AND DEVELOPMENT

Date: 08. June 2022
Time: 02:00 p.m. – 03:30 p.m.
Place: MS Teams (The link for this online event will be sent to you after the registration deadline).

In times of shortage of skilled professionals, companies face various challenges. One crucial question HR
professionals are confronted with is how to attract the talent their company requires? What international
channels can be used?

These and more questions will be answered by our two experts, Dr. Vlad Vaiman, Professor and Associate
Dean, California Lutheran University, USA, and Philipp Kruse, MSc, Manager at Deloitte Consulting, during
our next CINT HR event.

Being a leading international scholar and speaker, Vlad Vaiman will report on global aspects in the field of
talent management and his first-hand experience on the international labor market.

With experience as a human resource expert and several years as a consultant at Deloitte, Philipp Kruse,
MSc will give us his input on trends and developments in international talent acquisition and speak about the
opportunities companies have during the recruiting process.


We kindly ask for your registration via

https://www.cint.at/index.php/de/component/jevents/eventdetail/113/-/hr-event-talent-acquisition-and-its-international-aspects-and-trends-from-attraction-and-acquisition-to-retention-and-development-online?Itemid=111

or

info@cint.at

In cooperation with:

Deloitte and

Club International
Das Steirische Expat-Center
Servicestelle für Internationale Fach- und Schlüsselarbeitskräfte


contact
Michael Pichler
phone: +43 69918899707
mail: michael.pichler@human.technology.at

This event will be held in English.

Registration deadline: 05.06.2022

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TALENT ACQUISITION AND ITS INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS AND TRENDS
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