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What's the Future of HR and Recruiting?

Can your company's culture be clearly identified and is it supported by everyone in your organization?

At the first Level Up Speaker Series event, managers, HR staff, business owners, leaders and employees who seek a better understanding of how they can contribute, affect or encourage culture, will get to hear from Eric Termuende about the Future of HR & Recruiting.

At this event, Eric, who has worked with big brands like Amazon, Toyota, Coca-Cola and more, will teach the one-degree shift that companies can take to improve culture and be upfront with their staff. By unifying team and culture, everyone can fully understand what they're building and either say: "Heck Ya!" or "Hell No!"

Neither you nor your company can be everything to everyone, so here are some more reasons to attend:

  • You will learn how to increase retention of top-performers while having the low-performers self-select out of the organization
  • Leave with techniques to differentiate your story to attract top candidates and inspire team members
  • Become equipped with a radically new framework for recruiting the best candidates for your organization

This Level Up Speaker Series: The Future of HR & Recruiting is the first of three Level Up lead-up events... and it's less than 24 hours away!

If you want to align your culture with your mission, vision and values, then secure your ticket now.

To enhance your company culture, come hear from Eric Termuende at Trinity - The Hub, located at 1905 Springfield Road on Wednesday, February 19th at 4 pm. There will be light appetizers and non-alcoholic refreshments for you to enjoy along with ample networking opportunities.

Please note that tickets will not be available on-site, so please get yours in advance by claiming your ticket here.



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