Four widely read and influential HR and recruitment bloggers – Kris Dunn of the HR Capitalist, Mike Haberman of Omega HR Solutions, Chris Havrilla of Recruiter Chicks and Cathy Missildine-Martin of Profitability through Human Capital -will close out the first night of the Halogen Software User Conference with a panel discussion on attracting and retaining top talent. The 6th annual event will be held in Atlanta, Georgia from September 19th to the 20th.
The speakers promise to unveil powerful new insights and strategies for acquiring top-of-the-line employees. The discussion will lead to the latest tools and resources that hiring managers can leverage to improve their efficiency and plan for the future.
“These strategies are not ‘one size fits all’,” said Mike Haberman, blogger and co-founder of Omega HR Solutions, an HR and Benefits consulting firm. “You can be sure this panel will deliver food for thought with an entertaining and informative approach.”
Each of the HR bloggers is a proven practitioner and renowned thought leader in the field. Panel moderator Kris Dunn is Chief Human Resources Officer at Kinetix, a recruitment process outsourcing firm for growth companies, and also runs the highly regarded HR Capitalist and Fistful of Talent blogs. Mike Haberman has over 25 years experience as an HR practitioner and consultant, and currently blogs on his firm’s namesake website, Omega HR Solutions. Chris Havrilla began her career in IT but found her true calling in recruiting and HR. She is recognized for her consulting services at Havrilla, LLC., and frequently blogs on the popular site Recruiter Chicks. Cathy Missildine-Martin is Vice President at Intellectual Capital Consulting and an adjunct professor at Kennesaw State University and Emory University where she has taught the HR Certification course for more than 10 years. She blogs at Profitability Through Human Capital.
“Since top performers are a source of competitive advantage, attracting and retaining an all-star talent pool is a hot topic now more than ever,” said Chris Havrilla. “I’m confident we’ll have many views and lots to share on how organizations can best nurture their all-stars.”