ATIA ‘Aspire to Hire’ Webinar: A must-attend industry discussion on hiring strategies

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    In response to the current industry landscape, ATIA is set to host the ‘Aspire to Hire’ webinar on Tuesday, 5th September, at 12:30pm AEST.

    This virtual event promises to delve into one of the most pressing topics within the industry – hiring strategies – and is expected to spark insightful discussions and valuable takeaways.

    This webinar will be hosted by Richard Taylor, Director of Membership and Industry Affairs at ATIA, Rosyln Ranse of Travel Achievers, and guest speaker Richard Kellaway of Kellaway People.

    Topics to be covered include an evaluation of the current landscape, how to advertise company and culture and why it matters, and the challenges and benefits of offshore staff.

    Attendees will have the opportunity to gain invaluable insights from industry experts on navigating the intricate landscape of hiring in the current climate. The interactive nature of the discussion is expected to bring forth diverse experiences and innovative ideas that could prove highly beneficial to all participants.

    Interested participants can register for the ‘Aspire to Hire’ webinar by visiting: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1576738590593756249

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