GroupOne Background Screening is headed to two separate locations today in the Lone Star State. First stop is Houston for the Gulf Coast Symposium on HR Issues, May 15-17 at the NRG Center. They will also hit the road for Austin for Modern Healthcare’s Transformation Summit, May 16-17 at the Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol.
The Gulf Coast Symposium is the largest conference for HR professionals on the Gulf Coast. Recognized as the center point for all things HR, the Symposium gives people the opportunity to connect to knowledge and solutions as they prepare to lead into the next decade. Modern Healthcare’s Summit will bring together senior executives from hospitals and health systems to discuss how the healthcare industry is changing, and how leaders can drive and implement transformation.
Account Representative David Graves will host the booth in Houston to explain the many advantages of GroupOne’s services when providing background, pre-employment, student and drug screenings. Kaitlyn Ellis will be present in Austin. Drop by to say “hello” to our traveling reps!
For additional information, send David an email at [email protected].
GroupOne Background Screening’s webinar “Is the Résumé Authentic? Candidate Assessment in the Modern World” is just two weeks away on Thursday, April 6 from 1:00-2:00 p.m., CT. You don’t want to miss this “Hot Topic” event with our expert speakers David Graves, HR guru and sales rep, and Danny Davila, director of FCRA Regulatory Risk.
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