Virtual micro-conference will help RCSA members survive and thrive
RCSA members will receive topical and expert advice on how to survive and thrive during the COVID-19 crisis in an interactive virtual micro-conference to be held later next month, spanning the recruitment and staffing industry in Australia and New Zealand.
The RCSA events team has been engaging with thought leaders and innovators from within, and beyond, the industry to ensure the May 28 digital event is well placed to provide ongoing and real value to members during this time.
RCSA Re-Form, as it will be known, will be a virtual conference for owners, consultants, managers and operations to share, adapt, compare and dare to do things differently for the good of our people, our firms and our industry.
It will examine how we reform our operations, while also examining how we, as recruiters, may be able to reform the way we do business on the other side of this crisis.
There is no question that there will be a new form of recruitment for the next six months and then we will have the opportunity to take those new approaches forward.
A second online conference will be held in September and will focus on how to recover from the crisis. Details on that event will be released once they are confirmed.
Furthermore, and in light of social isolation guidelines, RCSA has also had to make the tough call to postpone the 2020 RCSA conference in Byron Bay with plans for it to be held again in 2021.
“We had originally planned to hold the all new SHAPE conference in Byron Bay in September and I know a lot of people were looking forward to being a part of the conversations around how we shape tomorrow’s talent landscape,” RCSA CEO, Charles Cameron, said.
“However, unfortunately, the COVID-19 threat has made this impossible, so we have postponed the conference until September 2021, when it will be held in the original venue, Elements at Byron Bay.”
Full details on RCSA’s Re-Form conference, and how to take part, will be announced shortly.