HRO Today Forum Convenes Invitation-Only Workforce Congress

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Inaugural event focuses on job growth and the competitive workforce

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Senior HR officers, government policy makers and NGO executives will convene on May 2nd at the inaugural HRO Today Institute and Corporate Responsibility magazine Workforce Congress in Washington, DC. The invitation-only Workforce Congress will focus on developing concrete plans for getting America back to work.

The Workforce Congress will debate a series of resolutions calling for cross-sector collaboration and public-private partnerships. Congressional delegates will work towards a joint statement to be issued to the public immediately following the HRO Today Forum. Discussions and resolutions for consideration include:

  •     Training for upward mobility with a comprehensive workforce development policy in place
  •     Public-private partnerships for retraining, redeploying, and reemploying veterans
  •     Rethinking the role and participation of aging workers and foreign-born students

In addition to the Workforce Congress itself, attendees will join an elite set of discussions with:

  •     Former US Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle (D-SD)
  •     Chief executive officer-Emeritus of Deloitte and renowned author Jim Quigley
  •     Author, researcher, and architect of pending legislation on job growth Brink Lindsey from the Kauffman Foundation
  •     U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education Barbara Dann-Messier

"As countries and companies fight to come out of the recession, what actions do corporate senior HR officers and government entities need to take—singularly and collectively—to ensure that we have the high quality workforce necessary to generate sustained growth and productivity?" said Elliot Clark, chief executive officer of SharedXpertise, producers of the HRO Today Forum. "We've created the Workforce Congress to aggressively address these issues and create solutions."

The output of the Workforce Congress will drive focused activities and research over the coming months, leading up to a second Workforce Congress at the COMMIT!Forum on October 2-3 in New York City, where this group will reconvene to share insights and results as they determine next steps.

Only senior HR officers, government policy makers and NGO executives are invited to attend the inaugural Workforce Congress. To attend, go to http://www.hrotodayforum.com and register using ID Code WFC2012.

About the HRO Today Forum (http://www.HROTodayForum.com)
The HRO Today Forum, taking place April 30-May 2, 2012 in Washington DC at the Gaylord National, brings together the former HRO, MSP, and RPO Summits along with the HR DemoShow to attract HR Executives to engage with Providers, Government and NGOs to make an impact on the current workforce issues. Through a highly interactive setting, the Forum provides the big picture, dynamic dialog, and deep dives on the issues surrounding how HR Officers operate the Global Business of HR.

Sponsors for the HRO Today Forum 2012 include: (Premier) Adecco RPO, Guidant Group, FutureStep, AdvantagexPO; (Gold) Taleo, ADP, Kenexa, SourceRight, AllegisTalent2, AdeccoMSP, Staff Management, Aon Hewitt, Rayteheon Professional Services; (Silver) Alexander Mann Solutions, Pinstripe, ORACLE, SevenStep, TPI/ISG; (Bronze) Hays; (Supporting Sponsors) WilsonHCG, Kelly OCG.

About SharedXpertise
SharedXpertise is the leader in providing media, summits and forums that develop professional practices in the areas of corporate responsibility, human resources and financial management. Its media offerings include print and online publications; its summits are conferences and its forums offer association membership programs. SharedXpertise serves strategy-level corporate executives in the human resources, finance, compliance and sustainability professions in North America, Europe and Asia.

Media contact:
Heath Davis Havlick
Fisher Vista for SharedExpertise
831-685-9700
hhavlick(at)hrmarketer(dot)com

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