HR Evening Brief


HR Evening Brief

Experience many practical and implementable concepts on topics such as candidate experience, recruiting processes, approaching applicants and much more.

The most important resource of a company are talents and qualified employees. Winning and retaining them in the long term is a decisive competitive factor and at the same time one of the greatest challenges.

During electronica 2018, the HR Evening Brief offers entertaining and practice-oriented presentations for HR employees and managing directors and aims to provide a platform that will facilitate the exchange of ideas and experience among participants. Four evenings, three experts and you.

Discover and experience many different practical and implementable concepts on topics such as candidate experience, recruiting processes, approaching applicants and much more. The HR Evening Brief concludes with the HR Bar Camp—an open concept whose content and agenda is developed by the participants themselves at the beginning and will be shaped in the further course.

Throughout electronica you have the opportunity to suggest topics, ideas and concepts for the Barcamp or to vote on topics that are already proposed. We want you to leave with your bag bulging with new ideas, potential improvements, and lots of contacts. Come by and “work” with us.

Tuesday, October 13, 2018 from 17:00 to 18:00

David Franz

Challenges and trends in the field of HR in the electronics industry

HR departments are silent trailblazers and yet crucial for the success of their companies. In order to be able to plan for the future, you need to know where you stand in comparison to the competition. What are the HR biggest challenges facing the electronics industry? Which tools and channels are currently and in the future used? And what prevents companies from digitizing personnel recruitment to a greater extent? The study “Challenges and trends in personnel in the electronics industry” by ELEKTRONIKPRAXIS Karriere 360° in cooperation with electronica 2018 provides answers.

David Franz, Vogel Communications Group: As Business Development Manager and Managing Editor, he has been responsible for Career & Career at ELEKTRONIKPRAXIS and the career magazine Karriere 360° since 2012.

  • First day

    Tuesday, October 13, 2018 from 17:00 to 18:00

    David Franz

    Challenges and trends in the field of HR in the electronics industry

    HR departments are silent trailblazers and yet crucial for the success of their companies. In order to be able to plan for the future, you need to know where you stand in comparison to the competition. What are the HR biggest challenges facing the electronics industry? Which tools and channels are currently and in the future used? And what prevents companies from digitizing personnel recruitment to a greater extent? The study “Challenges and trends in personnel in the electronics industry” by ELEKTRONIKPRAXIS Karriere 360° in cooperation with electronica 2018 provides answers.

    David Franz, Vogel Communications Group: As Business Development Manager and Managing Editor, he has been responsible for Career & Career at ELEKTRONIKPRAXIS and the career magazine Karriere 360° since 2012.

  • Second day

    Wednesday, October 14, 2018 from 17:00 to 18:00

    Tina Schäfer

    Candidate experience key issue: Create the optimal recruiting process

    Is your recruiting process well structured? Have you considered that even unsuccessful applicants have an impact on your reputation? Are you using your budget in a targeted manner likely to bring success? These and many other questions drive HR managers in all industries. The “new” generation of employees made up of millennials presents entirely new challenges with regard to how to reach them and how to design application processes and selection procedures.

    Learn from expert Tina Schäfer what you can do to improve your recruiting process for the benefit of young professionals. Candidate Experience, Gamification and modern communication—what could help your company and how can you achieve initial success even with small measures?

    Tina Schäfer, Vogel Corporate Media: As Unit Director and member of the management of Vogel Corporate Media GmbH, she advises brands and companies in the area of employer branding and supports the development of a positive employer brand. She also designs digital communication strategies for internal and external corporate communication.

  • third day

    Thursday, October 15, 2018 from 17:00 to 18:00

    Franko Schulz

    Social media for employers: a blessing or a curse?

    In the battle for talents, many companies seek their way into the social media. Snapchat, Facebook, WhatsApp and Co. are considered indispensable for reaching potential employees using their own channels. But is this always the case? Are you already using the right channels or should you update your communication? Whoever enters the “World - Social Media” can awaken a lot of potential and achieve success in recruiting. But the traps and the danger of losing reputation is just as great. Learn about the best cases, the worst cases, and what you can take from them when it comes to reaching your applicants during an entertaining multimedia presentation.

    Franko Schulz, Vogel Corporate Media: As senior project manager for online and digital communication, he develops and supports communication concepts, especially in the digital world. With a focus on social media, education and human resources development, he pools his knowledge to make it easier for companies to address the millennium.

  • Day fourth

    Friday, October 16th, 2018 from 11:00 to 13:30

    HR-Barcamp

    The HR Barcamp is a Powerpoint- and speaker-free zone. Together, we can decide which issues need to be addressed. Which ideas and which concepts are already working? What are your most pressing concerns when it comes to recruiting new employees? In which areas can we best support you with our expertise?

    We offer you the platform to help shape the program and our experts will work with you through the questions, ideas and concepts for HR managers, recruiters and HR managers. Already in the days before the barcamp you have the opportunity to suggest subjects and determine the main topics which we should cover in the Barcamp.

    Speakers: David Franz, Tina Schäfer, Franko Schulz

    (Vogel Communications Group and Vogel Corporate Media)

 
 
 
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