Morning Seminar Series: Recruiting in a Tight Job Market

When:  Sep 6, 2018 from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM (ET)

Morning Seminar

Today’s major challenge, for Associations in particular, is recruiting and managing talent in an exceptionally competitive marketplace. 

 

The talent marketplace has gone through many transformations over the last few years.  With an under 4% unemployment rate, a talent pool that continues to shrink as senior level managers retire, and a workforce that has changed dramatically, finding and hiring the talent you need has become more difficult. 

 

In PNP’s latest survey, 49% of Associations will be seeking to hire staff over the next two years.  How will your Association compete effectively for staff – as the search for talent becomes more urgent and more competitive? 

 

This session, RECRUITING IN A TIGHT JOB MARKET, will lay out a clear strategy as we discuss the smart things you can do to make your Association become an employer of choice.  Equally as important, learn what works and what does not work and what you should NOT be doing. 

 

Stay ahead of your competitors! Come join us for an important discussion that may change the way you recruit and manage your staff.

About the Presenter


gayle.jpgGayle Brandel is CEO of PNP STAFFING GROUP (aka Professionals for NonProfits) the only full-service staffing company providing Temporary, Consulting, Direct Hire, and Executive Search services to nonprofits and associations. Founded in 1996, PNP serves hundreds of organizations in the sector, offering local expertise with a national reach.  PNP has offices in New York City; Newark, NJ; Washington, DC; Baltimore and Philadelphia.

 

Prior to founding PNP, Ms. Brandel served the nonprofit community for over twenty years in a financial and business management capacity as the CFO in a number of NYC cultural institutions. She has authored articles for a variety of publications, and is a prominent speaker at many nonprofit and for-profit events and conferences.  She is a recipient of the 2000 Star Award for Public Service from the New York Society of Association Executives.

 

Ms. Brandel received an MBA from Fordham University and an MA from Hunter College. She has served on the Boards of several nonprofits including the New York Staffing Association, and is an active member of the New York Society of Association Executives, the Women's Presidents Organization, the President's Forum, National Urban Fellows, and has served as a judge in the 2009-2010 Social Impact Business Competition sponsored by Duke University.    

CAE

As a CAE Approved Provider educational program related to the CAE exam content outline, this program may be applied for 1 credit toward your CAE application or renewal professional development requirements.


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Member Registration Fee: $45 ea.
Non-member Registration Fee: $65 ea.


Cancellation policy:
A 50% refund will be issued on written request received no later than 5:00 PM August 31st, 2018.

Location

Hotel Association of New York City
34 E 51st St.
8th Floor
New York, NY 10022