2018 Texas Staffing and Recruiting Conference

April 10–12, 2018

Member: $395
Nonmember: $790

The ASA Texas Staffing and Recruiting Conference convenes national and local industry leaders for strategic discussions and timely presentations.
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  • Join the ASA Texas Council for the inaugural ASA Texas Staffing and Recruiting Conference. Leverage this opportunity to network with your peers and learn from leading industry trainers. Content will focus on emerging industry trends, challenges, and opportunities for staffing, recruiting, and workforce solutions companies operating in this region.

  • *Schedule Subject to Change

    Tuesday, April 10

    Texas ASA PAC Event
    Details forthcoming for this important fundraising event.
    6–7 p.m.
    Registration Open and Networking Meet & Greet

    Wednesday, April 11

    8–8:30 a.m.
    Registration Open and Networking Meet & Greet

    8:30–9 a.m.
    Welcome and ASA Industry Update

    Chuck Novick, president and owner, CnStaffing Inc., ASA Texas Regional Council Chairman
    Teryn Zmuda, director, regional councils and chapters, American Staffing Association
    9–10 a.m.
    Upskilling and Reskilling of American Workers

    Kelly McCreight, CSP, chief executive officer, Hamilton-Ryker, and ASA board of directors chairman
    10–10:30 a.m.
    Refreshment Break

    10:30 a.m.–12 noon
    Trending Insights Roundtables

    Topics for these engaging and fast-paced roundtable sessions include:
    Ask a Lawyer Anything; Marketing and Branding; Working With Millennials;
    Tech Talk; and Social Recruiting
    12 noon–1 p.m.
    Networking Lunch

    1–2:30 p.m.
    Business Principles for Client Mastery

    Rob Mosley, partner and senior director of training and development, Next Level Exchange
    2:30–3 p.m.
    Break With Exhibitors

    3–4 p.m.
    Legal and Legislative Update

    Pam Bratton, vice president, Meador Staffing Services

    4–4:30 p.m.
    Leverage Learning Wrap Up

    Allen Baker, president and chief executive officer, BG Staffing, and vice chair, ASA Texas Regional Council
    6–8 p.m.
    Networking Event and Dinner

    Thursday, April 12

    8:30–9 a.m.
    Registration Open and Continental Breakfast

    9–10 a.m.
    How to Best Engage Candidates

    10–11 a.m.
    Protecting Temporary Workers: Roles and Responsibilities of Host Employers and Staffing Firms

    11–11:15 a.m.

    11:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
    Future of Texas Business and Conference Wrap-Up

    Chuck Novick, president and owner, CnStaffing Inc., ASA Texas Regional Council Chairman


Kelly McCreight
Kelly McCreight, CSP, chief executive officer, Hamilton-Ryker
McCreight is the chief executive officer of Hamilton-Ryker, which provides commercial and information technology staffing, IT managed solutions, and vendor management system (VMS) and managed service provider (MSP) services across the Southeast. McCreight began his career with Hamilton-Ryker in 1993 as a staffing coordinator. Over his more than 20 years with the firm, he has worked as a vendor-on-premise, branch manager, business development manager, and controller; he became president and CEO of Hamilton-Ryker in 2009. McCreight also is a past president of the Tennessee Staffing Association and the current treasurer of the Tennessee Chamber of Commerce.

Amy Bingham
Amy Bingham, owner and managing partner, Bingham Consulting
Bingham is the managing partner of Bingham Consulting, where she uses her more than 20 years of staffing industry sales leadership expertise to help small- to mid-size staffing firms accelerate growth through strategy design, coach high-potential leaders, and train sales and recruiting teams. Earlier in her career, she worked for a global staffing firm.

Rob Mosley
Rob Mosley, partner and senior director, training and development, Next Level Exchange
Mosely is a highly regarded speaker in the areas of recruiting, sales execution, and performance development. Before joining Next Level Exchange, he was with MRINetwork, where he served as chief learning officer and was responsible for training and sales development activities for 1,100 offices worldwide. Before that, Mosely was with Acclivus Corp., an international performance development company. His knowledge of the search industry comes from 10 years with Merritt Hawkins and Associates, part of the MHA Group of Cos., which is among the nation’s leading providers of clinical health care staffing and consulting services. There, Mosely served as vice president of training and corporate development.

This event qualifies for 8.75 continuing education hours (2 of which are legal) toward maintaining your ASA credential.
CE 8.75