Recruiting has become a supreme discipline of entrepreneurship. Well-trained and motivated skilled workers are in short supply, the demands on the dream job are becoming ever higher. Small and medium-sized enterprises, not infrequently from rural areas, are in direct competition with attractive start-ups and international corporations in attractive urban centres.
It is clear that HR departments must optimally position their companies in terms of recruiting now at the latest. But what does that mean exactly? What do efficient, but above all effective recruiting formats look like? How do companies stand out positively from the competition? What makes tomorrow's generation of skilled workers tick? Which messages reach the target group and which channels are worth using?
In the morning, we will address the most pressing questions of HR professionals and more importantly, provide answers and the urgently sought-after talents. The aim of this first module is to jointly develop ideas for promoting young talent, tailor-made recruiting offers and for attracting and retaining foreign professionals. The basis for this process are 12 selected two to three-minute best-practice impulses, whose ideas, implementation and effectiveness we will then discuss in detail.
Moderation: Shirin Amer, Silicon Saxony
11:15 – 11:20
Janine Steidelmüller & Renè Wohllebe - Student internships
11:20 – 11:25
Julia Thombansen - Presentation intap
11:25 – 11:30
Dr. Jörg Klukas - Jobboard Silicon Saxony
11:30 – 11:35
Dipl.-Jur. Birgit Koczik & Dagmar Bartels - Weiterbildung
Dagmar Bartels | SBH Südost - dresden chip academy
11:40 – 11:45
Gitte Richter - International recruitment
11:45 – 11:50
Aylin Kini - Skilled Worker Information Centers
Ivana Purath - Presentation TUDFace
11:55 – 12:00
Anke Kändler - Experience with employees from abroad