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Feb 13, 2013
Technology Association of Oregon HR Forum: Competing for Talent in a New World

Competing for Talent in a New World

Event Details: When: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Time: 7:30 - 9:00 AM Where: Webtrends, 851 SW 6th Ave., Suite 1600, Portland, OR Cost: $25 Members, $45 Nonmembers Register: TAO - 503-228-5452

Sponsor: First Tech Federal Credit Union

Nov 18, 2013
The Technical Services Talent Paradox: Solutions to the Talent Crunch
Jama South

In today's technology services industry, it is increasingly difficult to source, attract, and retain top technical services talent. The demand for services has evolved from traditional models to much more complex solutions. This evolution makes finding employees skilled to support increasingly complex technical services a constant challenge. Why? Because we now have to seek professionals with the right balance of technical chops and business acumen.

The goal of this event is to address these issues with an open discussion forum with some of the industry’s top services brands, discussing best practices and processes for talent acquisition and retention. You will leave with an arsenal of real-world knowledge that will help your organization attract better and more qualified prospective employees, improve the quality of new hires, and retain the valuable team members that your organization worked so hard to acquire in the first place.

PANELISTS J.R. Storment, Chief Customer Officer, Cloudability Jeff Miller, Director and Founder, EdgeLink Anne Buckley, Senior Manager Technical Support,

MODERATOR Susy Dunn, Vice President of People, Jama Software

Feb 6, 2014
TAO Tech Day in Salem
Oregon State Capitol

At last year's Tech Day we had over 35 tech executives from around Oregon help us to raise awareness about Oregon's technology industry and move forward key legislative initiatives relating to STEM education at the K-12 level and the Oregon Growth Board.

This year Tech Day will focus on factors that impact growth and innovation in Oregon's technology industry. We will leverage the findings of the recently completed TAO-TECNA CEO Survey and economic data and recommendations from the Oregon Technology Industry Report.

Topics will include:

Growing the talent pipeline Enhancing research & commercialization at Oregon's universities Effects of state tax policy on capital formation and access to c-level talent.

Public infrastructure investments and land use policy
This event offers an unparalleled opportunity to meet with Oregon's key policymakers about the needs of your company and the broader tech industry.

Oregon Capital Location Agenda (tentative): - 10:30 am - Check-in/Registration - 11 am - Orientation/Recognition by legislature - Noon to 1 pm - Lunch/Presentations - 1 pm to 4 pm - Meetings with legislators

Aug 15, 2014
TechFestNW Talent Fair - 20+ PDX Companies Hiring
through OMSI (Oregon Museum of Science and Industry)

Find Your Next Tech Job at TechfestNW

Looking for a job in tech? The Talent Fair at TFNW is here to help connect you with the right opportunities at the right time.

From August 15-16 at OMSI, come meet, mingle and network with some of the Pacific NW’s best employers.

The following companies will be in attendance and are aggressively hiring in the field of digital craft and looking for qualified candidates: programmers, developers, engineers, coders, brand strategists, and more.

Companies Hiring: Act-On AppNexus Aruba CorSource CrowdCompass Daimler Elemental Idealist iGrafx Incomm Digital Solutions Jama Monsoon Commerce Multnomah County Nike Puppet Labs Simple Smarsh Treehouse Urban Airship

Partners: Code Guild Epicodus OHSU Oregon Tech OSU College of Business Portland Code School PSU School of Engineering

Cost is only $10

Nov 17, 2015
Compensation, Hiring and Equity Trends | HR and CFO Leadership Exchange

As the economy continues its march toward recovery, competition for talent remains fierce. Hiring has increased and engineers are in particular demand. To compete for talent, companies are adding perks and tweaking the design their total rewards packages. In Portland, we have a mix of hot startup companies and established public companies competing for talent. How can companies design strong cash and equity incentives to attract and retain talent in a highly competitive market?

David Knopping from Radford will lead a discussion on key trends in compensation, merit budgets, hiring, turnover and equity practices that are critical for companies as they navigate this rapidly changing landscape. Over dinner, attendees will engage in an interactive discussion on specific trends in Portland and share best practices.

Event Details: Date: Tuesday, November 17th Time: 5:30pm - 8:30pm I 5:30pm Welcome Reception I 6:15pm Dinner & Discussion Location: Andina, Tupai Room, 1314 NE Glisan St, Portland, OR Cost: $95 TAO Members I $125 TAO Non-members *Please note this event is reserved for CFOs and HR Leadership Executives of TAO member companies.

Finance Sponsors- JLL HR Series Sponsors- Executive Forum & Regence