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The Recruiters’ Hub Conference: Day 2 highlights and takeaways (VIDEO)

The Recruiters’ Hub Conference (RHUB) wrapped up yesterday. Everyone we spoke to had a great time. Credit to Phillip Tusing for organising the event and arranging a such a great lineup.

We captured a few highlights and takeaways from the Day2 speakers in this video. You can check out our highlights from Day 1 here.

Were you there? What else did you takeaway?

We’d love to hear your comments below.

(Apologies for the wobbles – a long day + iPhone recording)

The full list of speakers from Day 2:

  • Greg Savage (Firebrand Talent):  Strategies for a new world
  • Judy Hurditch (Intermedium): Labour Monitor – Understanding trends in ICT labour demands
  • Ralph Douglas (APSC): Federal hiring strategy and outlook
  • Bronwyn Abbott (HP): Recruitment procurement – Trends in vendor selection and management
  • Panel: Telstra, Lend Lease, SANOFI – Trends and case studies in recruitment outsourcing
  • Toni Jackson (Fieldglass): Managing managed vendors – Trends in managed services
  • Panel: Accenture, Telstra, Westpac – Contingency control: Trends in recruiting and managing contingent labour
  • Rosemary Scott (Scott Recruitment): Talent tracking in the recruitment industry
  • Kalena Jefferson (Kelly Services): Winning Talent Culture
  • Panel: Trends in talent management. David McAllister, Jenny Gottlieb, Kalena Jefferson
  • Kevin Grossman ( Tuning Talent Communities


Michael Overell

Cofounder and CEO at RecruitLoop. Previously with McKinsey. Passionate about startups, health and technology. Surf when I can; ride a bike most days. Follow me @mboverell.

  • While I am flattered to be featured, this is not the best still of me in the video preview and not the most confident speech I ever gave, if I may say so myself… However, RHUB sure was an outstanding event! I learned heaps, meet awesome people and am still moved by the inspirational, smart and insightful presentations… Thank you to everyone involved!

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