Innovating Public Sector Recruitment

May 16, 2018 – May 17, 2018 all-day
Canberra Rex Hotel
150 Northbourne Ave
Braddon ACT 2612

The challenge to attract and maintain a highly skilled and diverse workforce is integral to the performance of the APS. In light of the shortcomings noted in the 2016 Unlocking the Potential review, it is more crucial than ever to break down silo culture and collaborate and share best practice.

The Innovating Public Sector Recruitment conference will bring together pockets of best-practice from across the APS to stimulate discussion and innovative thinking.

Hear key insights on key issues

  • Engaging & attracting the correct candidate
  • Streamlining processes within APS realities
  • Embedding diversity into your recruitment practice
  • Enhancing the prospective employee journey
  • + much more

Download the Brochure

Who will attend?

Federal and State Departments & Agencies, Local Government Departments and Universities with titles of:

  • Recruitment
  • Recruitment Strategy
  • Attraction
  • Talent Acquisition
  • Human Resources
  • Diversity

*Book with CC*GN to receive a $100 discount from the current rate!

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It’s no secret that the APS struggles to compete with the flexibility of the private sector when attracting top talent. Whilst there is no silver bullet, strategically improving processes, developing a cultural brand and structuring your EVP goes a long way to address the gap.

But where do you start with such a mammoth undertaking?

Running at the Rex Hotel on the 16th & 17th of May, the Innovating Public Sector Recruitment conference is bringing together exciting case studies, leading thinkers and pockets of innovative practice from across the APS.

This conference will explore how to:

  • Engage & attract the correct candidate
  • Streamline processes within APS realities
  • Embed diversity into your recruitment practice

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