March 8, 2013 — Universum's Annual Employer Branding Conference Will be Held at New York Times Headquarters on May 8-9, 2013.

Universum provides data-driven insights and tools to maximize organizations' ability to attract talent. Universum's tailored solutions help organizations position and differentiate themselves as an employer of choice and make smarter, fact-based decisions, increasing effectiveness and efficiency.

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(PRWEB) March 11, 2013

Why Attend the Employer Branding Conference?
The 2013 Employer Branding Conference is an exclusive opportunity for employer branding professionals, HR directors and VPs, and talent acquisition managers across industries to learn secrets of employer branding success. Branding and recruitment professionals who attend will walk away with a new understanding of the talent market and will be equipped with tactical solutions to address their day-to-day challenges.    

"We are looking forward to welcoming employer branding leaders from across the world to New York to discuss the aspirations we have for employer branding as well as tactical ways to make those a reality. Now more than ever, it is imperative for companies to differentiate themselves with strategic branding efforts. Investing upfront will lead to greater recruiting success as well as stronger retention since students who choose a company where they fit stay longer are more productive and get promoted more quickly." Melissa Bailey, President - Americas, Universum

Highlights from the schedule of the 2013 Employer Branding Conference:

Michael Brown, CEO and Co-Founder, City Year

  • Michael will discuss how City Year has successfully grown its relevance among young people and how national or military service provides youths with special skills that make them more employable.

Alex Brown, Employer Branding Specialist, Waste Management

  • Nancy Holland from Direct Employers will join Alex to discuss how developing a strong employer brand leads to engaged, productive employees and a pool of potential new hires.

Dave Lee, Global Employer Brand Leader, Amazon

  • Dave will outline how the U.S. Army uses games to support its recruiting program and will explain how you can effectively use games in your own recruiting strategies.

Panelists from top university programs such as MIT, Delaware and Purdue

  • The panel will discuss and share the employer branding activities that work on campus.

Employers that attended in previous years include:

Walt Disney, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Johnson & Johnson, Bain & Company, Ericsson, NASA, Electronic Arts, IBM, KPMG, Google, Living Social The Hershey Company, Autodesk, Toys "R" Us, Hyatt Hotels, Boeing, Enterprise, McKinsey & Co, Tiffany & Co, Ernst & Young, CIA, Amazon, The Hartford, Nestle, Dell, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse, PwC, Altria, Mars, Unilever, Shell, Prudential, General Electric, National Security Agency

For latest information, full speaker line up and to register, please visit: http://www.employerbrandingconference.com

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact:
Jonas Barck, Marketing Manager - Americas
Jonas.barck(at)universumusa(dot)com / 858.405.5711


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