We look forward to welcoming HR and talent acquisition practitioners from across the country to join us for two days of unparalleled thought leadership and exceptional content.
BOSTON (PRWEB) November 05, 2019
ClearCompany, the leading talent management software solution that helps companies identify, hire, and engage more A players, released that the fifth annual Talent Success Conference will move back to Denver for 2020.
In September 2019, human resources and talent acquisition professionals gathered in the city of Boston to mingle and learn from thought leaders in the talent management industry. Carefully crafted sessions ensured attendees walked away with the ability to share best practices back home.
"We are delighted to bring TSC back to Denver," said Sara Pollock, Vice President of Marketing for ClearCompany. "We look forward to welcoming HR and talent acquisition practitioners from across the country to join us for two days of unparalleled thought leadership and exceptional content."
ClearCompany aims to empower practitioners to engage and retain more top talent through high-quality content and presenters. Past speakers include Tim Sackett, SPHR, SCP (President of HRU Technical Resources), Torin Ellis (Principal at TorinEllis), Robin Schooling (Head of People at Strio Consulting), Sean Sullivan, SHRM-SCP (CHRO at SHRM), Randy Street (Managing Partner at ghSMART), and many other sought-after HR thought leaders.
“Each HR thought leader brought actionable insights, energizing discussions, and trending data to their presentations,” said Meredith Wholley, Marketing and Events Manager at ClearCompany. “I can’t wait to reveal who we have in our lineup for 2020.”
To discover more about TSC 2020, visit http://www.talentsuccessconference.com.
For more than a decade, ClearCompany has helped companies identify, hire and engage hundreds of thousands of A Players from among millions of applicants. We designed and built an organic, unified platform to deliver better hiring experiences, seamless onboarding, company-wide goal alignment, and performance management, all driven by best practices.