This year we’ll be exhibiting at RecFest, the ultimate, largest networking and learning festival for the talent acquisition industry.
RecFest, with its festival vibes, is set in a field with big top tents and offers in-house recruiters the opportunity to bond with their teams, meet fellow industry peers, draw information and insights from industry-leading thought leaders, upskill, and have fun.
This celebration of our industry and people takes place at Knebworth Park on 6 July 2023 – and we can’t wait to see you there.
‘Unlock talent, unlock potential’
Our experts will be on hand at the Reed Talent Solutions stand (Z2-20), where they will discuss how we can help your organisation address its current workforce challenges, whether that be with our recruit, train, deploy solution, talent advisory services, or contingent or permanent workforce solutions.
Based on the theme of ‘Unlock talent, unlock potential,’ our stand also offers you the chance to take part in our vault challenge. Simply guess the code to unlock some top prizes.
And if that isn't enough, you can cool down with one of our free ice creams or fill up your water bottle throughout the day.
Be inspired: ‘The Great Unlocking: harnessing the hidden workforce’
We have also assembled an expert panel of speakers who will providing insight on addressing the UK skills shortage by harnessing the hidden workforce.
Our session, ‘The Great Unlocking, harnessing the hidden workforce’, will take place on the Inspire Stage, in Zone 2, from 1.15-1.45pm.
We’ve recently conducted research to assess workforce skills gaps and candidates’ requirements – and our panel will be delving into the findings to address how organisations can ‘unlock’ the talent pools they need to futureproof their business.
Our expert panel will be hosted by Reed Talent Solutions’ Managing Director, Lee Gudgeon, with speakers including Reed Talent Solutions’ Solutions Director, Louise Reed; Chief Executive of 55/Redefined, Lyndsey Simpson; Head of Volume Recruitment at BT, Matthew Howe; and Senior Policy Advisor, Resourcing and Inclusion at the CIPD, Claire McCartney.
With ongoing talent shortages, companies need to be creative in identifying new sources of talent, building the skills they need, and ensuring that employee potential is optimised. Take part in the discussion for innovative ideas and real solutions.