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Virtual People Geekup: DACH Edition

Join Culture Amp and DONE!Berlin for an interactive discussion of how to recruit, onboard and retain employees in a virtual organisation.

Featuring matter experts from DONE!Berlin, a boutique consultancy from Berlin for fast growing companies, and Culture Amp to learn and discuss how to develop and implement a successful recruitment and onboarding process in a virtual workplace. During this panel discussion, best practices we be shared to support your processes and give your company a competitive advantage within the market.

We will address: the new context for virtual recruiting and hiring; the challenge of virtual onboarding; how to retain talent; and how to reinforce a culture of belonging and connection - along with questions from you!

Speakers:
Janet Haupka, Managing Director & Sr. Consultant at DONE!Berlin
Matt Parker, Recruitment Lead at Culture Amp
Marie Kanellopulos, Managing Director & Consultant at DONE!Berlin
Melissa Paris, Lead People Scientist at Culture Amp
Recorded May 19 2020 60 mins
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Melissa Paris, Culture Amp, Matt Parker, Culture Amp, Janet Haupka, DONE!Berlin, Maire Kanellopulos, DONE!Berlin
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    Matt Parker, Recruitment Lead at Culture Amp
    Marie Kanellopulos, Managing Director & Consultant at DONE!Berlin
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