Join us for a dynamic panel discussion on all things recruiting and talent retention, including drinks and refreshments and the opportunity to see The (new!) Executive Centre, 35 Collins Street.
Date and Time: Thursday 23 March, 5.30-7.30pm
Location: The Executive Centre, Collins Place, 35 Collins Street, Level 30, Melbourne
Cost: $10 for FWA members, $20 for non-members
We look forward to seeing you there! – Katy Cross, FWA Social Events Chair
The pandemic changed recruitment practices across industries; many of these changes are here to stay. To reach, attract and retain best talent available, employers need to change the way they approach talent acquisition and now requires a cohesive Employee Value Proposition and Recruitment Plan to be in place.
We are joined by three industry experts to help us explore key issues and who will share their thoughts and best practices applicable to all sized businesses in the flexible workspace sector including on:
This event is of extra value for any members that are part of the hiring and on boarding process for their business.
With a background in Account Management, Naziah transitioned into recruitment in 2016. Her grounding experience in relationship management positioned her to lead a successful career in agency and internal recruitment, which has given her an understanding of the complexities in the candidate and employer journey. Most recently she has been part of the Asia Pacific Talent Acquisition team at Cushman & Wakefield, working on a Talent Sourcing framework for the region. The aim is to evolve the business to adopt a more proactive and resilient approach to recruitment.
Sam is the Founder and Managing Director of an executive search and staffing business specialising in the Property, Facilities Management and Corporate Real Estate sectors. He has interviewed over 5000 people across the Property, FM and CRE space he has gained invaluable insights into best and worst practice hiring processes, and the emphasis in the current market of ensuring the candidate experience is of the highest quality.
Jacob is General Manager Australia for The Executive Centre (TEC), a regional market leader in premium and CBD centric flexible workspace, with 170 locations across Asia Pacific, and the Middle East. Jacob leads the operation of the Australian business, supporting both enterprise and corporate SME business, through seamless workspace solutions and corporate hospitality delivered by a team of dedicated industry professionals.