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IAEWS Fall Congress Sneak Preview

IAEWS Fall Congress Sneak Preview

Join IAEWS Fall Congress Chair Steven Rothberg and IAEWS Executive Director Peter Weddle for a free Webinar on Tuesday, September 17th at 1:30 PM ET (10:30 AM PT, 6:30 PM GMT) about the program for the IAEWS Fall Congress.

They’ll share the list of speakers, the topics they’ll cover and some of the other plans that make the IAEWS Fall Congress the most original, most daring event ever in the online employment services industry.

The Webinar is sponsored by the Recruiting Trends Conference and is open to IAEWS Members and non-Members alike. To register, please click here.

And, if you can’t wait for the Webinar, you can register for the Fall Congress by clicking here.

About the Congress

The IAEWS Fall Congress is the most original employment site conference ever! And, that’s no exaggeration. It will be an industry conference like no other you’ve ever attended.

What makes it so different?

The format. Organized as an “unconference,” the Congress has coupled every presentation and panel with an equal period of time that offers you two options: you can join a discussion of the presentation/panel topic or you can network with colleagues and business prospects. In short, you’ll have more opportunities for peer interaction than ever before.

The agenda. From the Opening Industry Keynote by Mike Durney, the new President & CEO of Dice Holdings, Inc,. to the Closing HR Keynote by Mary Kay Baldino, the head of recruiting at Outerwall, Inc. of Redbox and Coinstar fame, this conference has speakers you will not hear anywhere else.

The venue. If you’re tired of conferences in high ceiling hotel ballrooms, this Congress is your dream come true. It will be held in a private conference facility in the heart of Chicago’s famed Loop. In addition to its collegial environment and coffee bar, there’s WiFi throughout and even a room set aside for calls to the office.

Conferences often say that “seating is limited,” but in this case it’s absolutely true. The Congress conference facility can only accommodate 110 people. No exceptions. Given that almost 150 executives attended the Spring Congress, it’s important that you register early so you don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind event.