One lucky recruiter will win a jar full of money from Top Echelon Contracting (TEC) at the 2013 National Association of Personnel Services (NAPS) Conference.
Las Vegas (PRWEB) September 05, 2013
One lucky recruiter will win a jar full of money from Top Echelon Contracting (TEC) at the 2013 National Association of Personnel Services (NAPS) Conference to be held at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas from Tuesday, September 10, through Friday, September 13.
TEC, a contract staffing back-office provider that is endorsed by NAPS, helps recruiters make contract placements by becoming the employer of record for their contractors and handling all the details of a contract placement. They are one of a select group of vendors that were invited to exhibit at this year’s conference. Attendees will have the opportunity to guess how much money is in a jar displayed at TEC’s booth. The attendee who comes closest to guessing the amount without going over will win the money.
The conference features four tracks: Recruiter, Owner/Manager, Technology/Social Networking, and Contract/Temp. As part of the Contract/Temp track, which has been growing over the past few years due to recruiter demand, staffing industry veteran Amy Bingham will speak. Bingham, who is the Managing Partner of Bingham Consulting Professionals, LLC, will share how the employment landscape is changing and how recruiters can build a staffing business in response to those changes.
The annual NAPS conference is known as the premier staffing and recruiting industry conference due in large part to its reputation for attracting great speakers. This year is no exception. This year’s event features three keynotes and 30 speakers, the highlight of which is a keynote by Griffin Search Group Partner and Founder Greg Doersching. He will present the session “Back to the Future: Recruiting for the Next 10 Years,” where he will shed light on the changes developing in the recruiting industry and help recruiters navigate those changes to achieve a new level of prosperity. Other speakers include this year’s line-up includes Rob Mosely, Jeannine Parise, John Walters, Steve Isenberg, and Christine Rice.
NAPS has added more opportunities for recruitment certification as well, including a Certification Immersion Class that will allow participants to receive their Certified Personnel Consultant (CPC) and/or Certified Temporary-Staffing Specialist (CTS) certifications. They will also have the opportunity to earn Certified Employee Retention Specialist (CERS) certifications at the conference.
It’s not too late to register for this valuable conference. Recruiters can register through September 9 at http://www.RecruitingLife.com.
Since 1961, the National Association of Personnel Services has built a reputation as being the educator for the executive search and staffing industry. NAPS has achieved this not only through its annual recruitment conference, but also through its certification program and its emphasis on continuing education within the industry.