Oleeo is delighted to invite you to our annual Future of Volume Recruitment Breakfast Event taking place on 29 March 2019, 9am - 12 noon in London.
Join us for a stimulating morning of best practice discussion on trends affecting high-volume recruitment.
Learn how Marks & Spencer have started using machine learning techniques to strengthen its selection processes and maintain their accelerated time to hire of just three days in an Oleeo case study session. We will also have an expert panel featuring:
- Oli Amos, Global Talent Acquisition Lead at Kingfisher plc, Europe's leading home improvement retailer with over 1100 stores across 12 countries. Oli moved into a group-wide role after seven years at its flagship UK brand B&Q where was head of resourcing. He is responsible for designing the global talent acquisition blueprint and global functions across Kingfisher’s brands which include B&Q and Screwfix. His responsibilities include strategy development, global EVP & technology provision.
- Sarah Mortimer, Head of Recruitment at St George’s NHS Trust. Sarah has worked in high-volume public services roles for over 15 years and has been leading resourcing at the trust for the last three years. Prior to this, she spent six years leading resourcing projects across the London Boroughs of Sutton & Merton and five years before that overseeing all recruitment and temporary resourcing for The Royal Marsden NHS Trust.
- Mark Rainsbury, a resourcing professional who most recently led recruitment technology provision at Barchester Healthcare. Mark spent two years prior to his last role managing the recruitment process across all pre-opening of pan-European hotels across the Marriott, IHG, Accor and Hilton brands. He started his career in Arcadia Group where he worked for 16 years and has also led recruitment at established volume recruiters such as Punch Taverns, NBTY Europe (Europe's largest well-being retailer, which comprises of popular brands such as, Holland & Barrett) and Care UK.
The event will also share industry trends shaping transformative approaches to volume hiring and a discussion on how artificial intelligence can help make volume recruiting more efficient and effective.
Contact us here to register your interest