SmartCompany breakfast briefing: Getting – and keeping – the right people in your business
Did you know that last year 67 per cent of business owners admitted to making mistakes when hiring? That’s an alarming statistic.
At SmartCompany we are dedicated to helping our audience of small businesses so we decided to look into this issue further, and really understand the stumbling blocks in the hiring process.
The result is insightful research that will help us create content to help you hire and retain the best staff for your business.
On Wednesday 13 June we will be joined by:
- Performia’s Australia and China Director Gareth Jekel
- Envato’s HR Manager Amber Johnson
- Culture Amp’s Director of People Practices Christian Miran
as we discuss what it is that makes a great workplace; and how to avoid hiring the wrong people for your great workplace.
If you’re interested in workplace culture; best practice hiring; and employee engagement then make sure you sign up for this FREE SmartCompany breakfast briefing, hosted alongside our event partners General Assembly. It’s an opportunity to hear from industry experts, network with your peers, and enjoy a pastry and a coffee on us.
Date: Wednesday 13 June 2018
12A/45 William Street
About our venue partner
General Assembly is a pioneer in education and career transformation, specialising in today’s most in-demand skills. The leading source for training, staffing and career transitions, General Assembly fosters a flourishing community of professionals pursuing careers they love. Find out more about GA’s classes, workshops and events at https://generalassemb.ly/
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