Network meeting Oil & Gas: Employer branding in the energy sector


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Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Employer branding in the energy sector  
During the ‘Oil & Gas, fuel for education’ conference at The Hague University of Applied Sciences in November 2015, students emphasised that a company’s image is important to them when choosing an employer. Students feel that an employer’s reputation impacts their own personal/professional image.
Do talents know about your company? What is your firm’s reputation? How do people regard the sector you belong to? For instance, the media do not always present the energy sector in a positive light.
We would like to make employer branding more tangible and explore solutions together. The Hague University, KIVI, West Holland Foreign Investment Agency, KPMG and the City of The Hague would therefore like to invite you to a (follow-up) meeting.
Date:                    Wednesday, 12 April 2017
Location:             World Trade Center The Hague; Prinses Beatrixlaan 582; 2595 BM Den Haag
Time:                   16.00 hrs – 18.30 hrs
The programme:
15:30 pm             Doors open
16:00 pm             Welcome by Toon Buddingh, chairman
16:15 pm             Introduction to the Talent Gap survey (survey) by Harold de Bruijn, KPMG
Presentation by Ton Rodenburg from creative agency ARA, a specialist in employer branding
16:45 pm             Informal discussion about employer branding in the energy sector
17:30 pm             Wrap-up and follow-up
17:40 pm             Refreshments: beverages
The meeting is aimed at communications and HR departments, but everybody is welcome to attend. You may forward this invitation to interested companies and parties in the energy sector.
Further outcomes of the 2015 conference and your feedback
At the end of the meeting, during refreshments, we would like to take the opportunity to inform you about the Soft Skills for the Energy Sector training programme, which was devised in cooperation with CB&I, Tebodin and Technip. And we would also like to hear your thoughts on the Energy Sector Transition minor that is currently being developed at The Hague University of Applied Sciences.
To register, click here