To be precise, we are coming to Chicago, San Francisco, Denver, and our own hometown of moss and moist—Seattle—to share some insights into those cities’ fast-changing job economies, and how employers can craft a strategy to beat the competition as we emerge from recession.
We know from our research for the PayScale 2012 Compensation Best Practices Report that retaining talent is the top concern for more than half of respondents. Our panel of experts will cover this and other critical compensation issues. Each of these events features our own Director of Professional Services, Stacey Carroll, as well as PayScale customers discussing their own victories in the talent wars.
For example, Chicago attendees will hear from Chris Johnson, head of HR at Flightstar Aircraft Services. He will share his experiences and insights from his more than 20 years in HR at Flightstar, Dun & Bradstreet, Baxter International, Spherion, and Toys R Us.
In Chicago and Seattle, we'll get your day started with a good breakfast. In SF and Denver, we'll end the day with a cocktail and war stories. Stay tuned to the blog for more updates, but for now, take a look at the agenda and register here.
We're very pleased to be working with Cornerstone on Demand, a leading provider of cloud based talent management solutions, in bringing these events to you. Join us! We’d love to meet you in person. The events are free, but space is limited.
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