NAS Addresses Recruitment Challenges at NCHRA Meeting

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Acknowledging a projected shortage of nearly 10 million workers by 2010, NAS Recruitment Communications announced today that Matthew Kaiser, Vice President and Talent Strategist, will present tactics to meet this hiring challenge at the NCHRA Recruitment & Talent Management Conference. The event is being held on Thursday, July 24, 2008 at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco.

Acknowledging a projected shortage of nearly 10 million workers by 2010, NAS Recruitment Communications announced today that Matthew Kaiser, Vice President and Talent Strategist, will present tactics to meet this hiring challenge at the NCHRA Recruitment & Talent Management Conference. The event is being held on Thursday, July 24, 2008 at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco.

Speaking on "Brand Yourself a Winner -- Attract Winning Talent," Kaiser will provide innovative ways to promote brand identity through unique channels -- including online and offline -- and engage A-level candidates. This interactive presentation will include valuable insights into methods that can immediately impact an organization's ability to stand out in a highly competitive recruitment marketplace.

Kaiser is a much sought-after national speaker on the development of employment brand identity and innovative sourcing tactics. He has over 11 years' professional experience with Fortune 100 and 500 clients in a variety of industries, and offers unique insights into maximizing traditional and breakthrough media for recruitment success. Kaiser holds a Bachelor's degree in Marketing and Multinational Business from Florida State University.

NAS Recruitment Communications is a recognized leader in the specialized field of human resource communications. As a McCann Worldgroup agency, NAS offers a 36-office network providing best-of-class service delivery with global, national, and local market expertise.

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