NAS’ Jennifer Henley to Lead Pre-Conference Workshop at Social Recruiting Strategies Conference

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2014 Social Recruiting Strategies Conference (SRSC) in San Francisco Tuesday, January 28th

NAS announced today that Jennifer Henley, PHR, VP & Talent Strategist, will lead a workshop at the 2014 Social Recruiting Strategies Conference (SRSC) in San Francisco Tuesday, January 28th.

A frequent speaker at recruitment industry events, Henley will lead an interactive session offering tangible advice on building an effective business case for social media within an organization and selecting the right platforms, as well as techniques for creating relevant content and launching, monitoring and evolving a cohesive strategy.

This will be Henley’s second time speaking at this event, and fourth time working with GSMI, a leader in the industry of executive education, global conferences, summits and training sessions.

“I am excited to return to this great city and event, and eager to share this workshop with people who really want to take social media to the next level,” said Henley. “These are serious and thoughtful attendees who are committed to social media, so I’ll be able to dive in and provide hands-on practical knowledge, as well as tips and tricks for using social platforms with purpose and results.”

SRSC 2014 is an annual event designed to offer lessons learned from industry leaders, recruiting experts and major organizations. This year’s event will be held at the San Francisco Hilton from January 28 to 30.

NAS is a leader in recruitment innovation, dedicated to leveraging the greatest resources and latest technologies to attract talent, enhance employment branding and maximize retention. With over 2,000 clients, NAS offers a comprehensive portfolio of recruitment strategies, media services and technology solutions.

For more information, contact Kristine Rhodes, VP and Director of Marketing, at (469) 544-1746 or krhodes(at)nasrecruitment(dot)com.

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