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Atlanta, USA
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Mon Jul 11 2011 at 09:30 am EDT
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Thu Jun 16 2011 at 02:03 pm EDT
On Learn It Live Since:
Sunday May 29, 2011
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“Where Georgia Leads” is a campaign to drive awareness throughout the state and across the nation about Georgia’s position as a leader in technology. Governor Deal will kick off the campaign by emphasizing the importance of technology for Georgia and discussing how the state is supporting the growth of this industry.
Join utilities and policy experts from around the country as we present a full day of panel discussions and presentations on solar renewables. With the theme, "Solar Works in Georgia" GSEA will layout the road map for success in Georgia.
This class is FREE to TAG members. Use the member code XTJJQHZK to register! Talent acquisition is changing more rapidly than any other part of the human resources function. And between now and 2012, many talent acquisition leaders will be challenged with the highest req loads they’ve seen in years. What usually doesn't change, though, are the resources available to talent acquisition. Headcount and budgets remain tight, and talent acquisition leaders have to be creative in leveraging what they’ve got in the most efficient and effective way. The pressure for great results never lets up from your stakeholders — who include nearly everyone in the organization. In this session, talent acquisition process expert Cindy Mayer will lead the group through a discussion of the six most common causes of talent-acquisition inefficiency — along with Q&A which will allow participants to identify solutions that make sense for their work environments.
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The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is a leading technology industry association dedicated to the promotion and economic advancement of the state’s technology industry. TAG provides leadership in driving initiatives in the areas of policy, capital, education and giving, and also brings the technology community together through events, initiative programs and networking opportunities. TAG serves as an umbrella organization for 27 affinity groups, or societies, including Women in Technology (WIT). Additionally, TAG’s charitable arm, the TAG Education Collaborative, is focused on helping science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education initiatives thrive. For more information visit the TAG website at www.tagonline.org or TAG’s community website at www.TAGthink.com.
Established in 2002, the Georgia Solar Energy Association represents more than 300 individuals, businesses and organizations across the state of Georgia promoting the economic and environmental benefits of solar energy through consumer education, advocacy, public policy and industry support. A 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, GA Solar is governed by a board of directors and is the Georgia state chapter of the American Solar Energy Society.
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