Attracting, Developing and Retaining World-Class STEM Talent (STEM)
|Event Date/Time: Aug 06, 2012||End Date/Time: Aug 08, 2012|
|Registration Date: Aug 06, 2012|
|Early Registration Date: May 21, 2012|
August 6-7, 2012 Hyatt Regency Fishermanâ€™s Wharf San Francisco, CA
STEM talent is indeed global and skills must be sourced worldwide. Companies will need visibility into where skills are located and access to them to overcome location mismatch, the challenge of STEM talent not residing where it is needed.
Utilizing both traditional labor market intermediaries (staffing agencies, job boards) and emerging intermediaries to reach talent will be vital.
This conference will focus on how organizations can recruit, develop and retain the STEM talent needed to excel in the 21st century.
Representatives of industry, higher education and government are encouraged to attend and set a course for aligning our nationâ€™s workforce with the needs of employers.
Conference sessions will address:
â€¢Attracting STEM talent
â€¢Developing STEM talent
â€¢Rewarding and retaining STEM talent
â€¢Technical talent management
Who Will Attend?
â€¢Global VPs/VPs/Directors/Managers of:
â€¢Recruitment & Retention
â€¢Technical Talent Acquisition/Management
â€¢Diversity and Inclusion
â€¢VPs, Information Services/Information Technology
All industries with an emphasis on:
â€¢Aerospace & Defense
â€¢Computers & Office Equipment
â€¢Electronics & Electrical Equipment
â€¢Engineering & Construction
â€¢Semiconductors and other electronic components
â€¢Utilities: Gas and electric
What Are STEM Jobs?
The U.S. Department of Commerceâ€™s Economics and Statistics Administration defines STEM jobs as including â€œprofessional and technical support occupations in the fields of computer science and mathematics, engineering, and life and physical sciences.â€