The War on Talent
As we are about to hit a hiring boom in 2021, we need to reimagine how to attract the best talent in business and similarly, engage, recruit and retain students in private and higher education.
Join Salesforce, Atlantic Technologies, Industry guest speakers and a selection of your peers across UK recruitment and education organisations for a particularly interactive discussion on attracting, hiring, and retaining talent.
We have discussed a selection of topics:
- The new definition of talent post-pandemic;
- The importance of soft skills in a virtual workplace;
- Retaining valuable employees and communicating across all touchpoints to keep your employees and students engaged;
- Attracting a wide pool of candidates and students.
Damien Devlin – RVP, Recruitment and Education UK and Ireland, Salesforce
Carmel Smith – Account Executive, Recruitment and Education UK and Ireland, Salesforce
Marcelo Di Rosa – Founder, The International School of Como & Atlantic Technologies
Simon Wingate – Managing Director, REED – Recruitment
Alexis Jackson – Director of Client Success, Avado
Stuart Mills – VP, Trailhead & Ecosystem EMEA, Salesforce
Mark Hill – CIO, Frank Recruitment Group
Who should watch the Webinar on demand?
Our Webinar, in partnership with Salesforce, aims to involve CEO, CIO, Sales Directors, Admission Directors and Marketing Directors.
Atlantic Technologies is an International cloud consulting company with offices in Milan, London and Denver. We’ve been Salesforce Partners since 2005. We have 25 years of IT consulting experience and industry expertise that we combine with the best cloud solutions in the market. Tailor-made projects and following best practices are what we do best!
Salesforce is the #1 CRM, bringing companies closer to their customers in the digital age. Founded in 1999, Salesforce enables companies of every size and industry to take advantage of powerful technologies—cloud, mobile, social, voice and artificial intelligence—to create a 360° view of their customers.
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