Kickin’ It Recruiter Style With ERE.net in Cincinnati January 21st

Cincinnati Hey Greater Cincinnati Recruiters and Human Resources professionals – ERE.net – is hosting a networking opportunity on Wednesday, January 21st in our fair city!

The folks at ERE provide great resources on their website for those who recruit – both internally and externally – including articles, blogs, discussion groups, and on-line professional networking opportunities. They also host great national conferences, including the upcoming ERE Spring 2009 Expo, which I’m planning to attend.

I will definitely be at the Cincinnati gathering, and Amybeth Hale (The Research Goddess) was the first to sign up – so you know it’s going to be a great time. Check out the info below from the post over on ERE…

ERE is starting off the new year by hosting a Meetup — a chance for recruiters in the Cincinnati area to do a little networking after hours. Thanks to our sponsor Taleo, we’ve got drinks and appetizers — all you need to do is show up to meet and network with familiar faces (and some new ones) in our industry!

Over the past few months we have held ERE Meetups in Boston, New York City, Miami, San Francisco, and most recently Dallas. They have had a great turnout and the recruiters who joined us had a fantastic time!

We will be holding this Meetup at the gorgeous Cincinnatian Hotel in downtown Cincinnati. Here’s the info:

When: Wednesday, January 21st
5:30 – 7:30 pm
Where: Cincinnatian Hotel, 601 Vine Street, Cincinnati, OH

If you have any questions, please feel free to email Melissa Shaw.

Please RSVP for the Cincinnati ERE Meetup by adding your name at the bottom of the post to the comments!

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