Big Ben may not have chimed yet to herald the start of 2017, but already it’s shaping up to be an incredibly busy year for Dalmatian Systems. We are delighted to announce that in March we will be one of the sponsors of Changeboard’s flagship event, the Future Talent Conference.

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The conference has become the leading event in the UK to connect and network with over 750 leaders from the worlds of business, human resources and society.

This year, the conference will explore the central leadership challenge of today: how businesses can evolve to meet the challenges of the future workplace.

Dalmatian Systems Managing Director Ken Trinder says: “We are proud to be launching our system at the Future Talent Conference 2017.
As a busy manager I have always found recruitment problematic and arduous. I am proud to be part of a team which represents the future.”

Dalmatian Systems represents the future of career management and modern talent acquisition, connecting the right people with the right businesses and vice versa.

Employing an unsuitable candidate is very costly for a business and can be a devastating experience for the team member. Through a combination of unique processes and clever use of technology, Dalmatian will enable the employer to make informative recruitment decisions that are right first time.

Our attention to detail and ethical approach to our data management enables all users to TRUST their journey in a way never before seen in this digital world, and one that is becoming more and more crucial to businesses in the future.

The Future Talent Conference takes place at the Royal Geographical Society in London on 30th March 2017, you can book tickets via their website.

If you’d like to know more about Dalmatian Systems, then please visit our website or contact me,  Katie@dalmatiansystems.co.uk

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