Recruitment Seminar Sign Up

Hosted by one of the most dynamic and entertaining speakers in the country, Chris Stonick. Chris is the President and founder of Stonick Recruitment, a national retention and recruitment firm accredited by SHRM and based in Lakeland, Florida. For the last 20-plus years, he’s dedicated his life to helping HR professionals from around the globe with retention and recruiting via radio.

Plan on sharing Chris’ knowledge and expertise at this free seminar, held at:

The Best Western Executive Conference Center, So Mammoth Rd, Manchester, NH

on Tuesday, May 14th

Registration and a continental breakfast will start at 8:30. The seminar will run from 9 to 11.

Numerous raffle prizes will be awarded.

***HR professionals will receive 2 general recertification credits for attending!***

Seating is limited.

Please fill out the form below if you are interested in attending our Recruitment Seminar.

 

 

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