‘Innovation in HR’ Round Table and Webinar Series Set to Launch


The Innovation in HR series is bound to make waves in the HR and Job Seeker communities – and we’re delighted to be involved.

Over the next six months, Innovation in HR will be running a series of US-based round-table events and webinars to discuss how innovation is changing the HR landscape – and what that means for job seekers.

ImageThe Purpose

Innovation in HR aims to help HR professionals carry out their tasks more efficiently, and for job seekers to understand what they need to do within the industry they are applying for to give them the best chance of securing a job. We hope that this in turn will do its bit in reducing the unemployment gap in the US and beyond.

The Format

There will be six events over the next six months. Each event will begin with a closed round table session, featuring our resident experts and the relevant industry’s HR Leaders. Later on, the event will then be broadcast live via webinar giving recruiters and job seekers will have an opportunity to engage with the Round Table attendees.

The Dates and Times

Retail: April 30. Round Table 6pm – 7pm, Live Webinar 7:15pm – 8pm (EST)

Hospitality: May 31. Round Table 6pm – 7pm, Live Webinar 7:15pm – 8pm

Professional: June 28. Round Table 6pm – 7pm, Live Webinar 7:15pm – 8pm

Marketing/Advertising/PR: Sep 27. Round Table 6pm – 7pm, Live Webinar 7:15pm – 8pm

Sales/Business Development: Oct 24. Round Table 6pm – 7pm, Live Webinar 7:15pm – 8pm

College/University: November 28. Round Table 6pm – 7pm, Live Webinar 7:15pm – 8pm

The Experts

Innovation In HR is privileged to have a panel of some of the worlds most well renowned HR thinkers and commentators. The panel will attend all the round-tables and webinars to bring general recruiting and HR expertise and ideas to the industry specific discussion.


Allison Cheston is career advisor, marketer and expert in executive search. Allison works with mid-career executives and young adults, to help them identify their unique value in the marketplace and explore alternative careers.

Brian Cousin is a member of SNR Denton’s Global Labor and Employment Practice and the firm’s Commercial Litigation Group, specializing in employment litigation and counseling, ERISA and benefits litigation, commercial and financial litigation, and executive contract negotiations.

Donna Sweidan, founder of Careerfolk, is a credentialed Career Coach and LinkedIn Expert with over 15 years experience motivating and facilitating job seekers and career changers in their quest for professional fulfillment.

Joshua Waldman is recognized as one of the nation’s top authorities in using Social Media to drive an executive level search. He is the author of “Job Searching with Social Media for Dummies”. Joshua is in demand across the nation for radio, TV, and press interviews. He is conducting trainings, speeches and webinars for career and professional organizations.

Join the Roundtable

Some limited spots may still be available at the Round Tables. Please request an invitation request via the Innovation in HR website.

Watch the Webinar

Log on to The Social Job Partnership Facebook page, or Innovate CV’s Facebook page at 7:17pm EST during every event. You don’t have to register for the webinars, but if you’d like to stay in touch with the latest info, do so via the Innovation in HR website.

HR is innovating. Find out how, and what it means for you.



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