Come Join Us At The HR Houston #GCS25

HR Houston-GCS25-myStaffPro Booth 332Along side 1800+ other HR professionals who will also be attending the HR Houston’s 25th annual Gulf Coast Symposium on May 11th – 13th, 2016. Be sure to stop by the myStaffingPro booth 332 to learn about streamlining recruiting and onboarding processes.

What is the HR Houston Gulf Coast Symposium?

HR Houston has over 2,000 members working in HR-related positions throughout the Greater Houston business community. HR Houston is an affiliate chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).

Each year, HR Houston hosts a annual conference for the local HR Professionals offering a wide variety of workshops and sessions about core principles, best in business practices and upcoming trends.

This years conference, also known as #GCS25, has been set to provide HR Professionals the opportunity to continue their education, attain professional certifications, or accumulate hours for recertification. The symposium also establishes a supportive environment to develop business relationships with people in the HR field as well as discover solutions that make them more effective on the job.

Which is why myStaffingPro will be there…

myStaffingPro believes in simplifying the HR administrative process for fast, easy, and effective hiring. Our award-winning solution helps reduce hiring costs, decrease turnover, and improve administratively intensive HR processes.

Stop by booth 332 to chat with one of our professional HR applicant tracking representatives to learn more.

 

 

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