Jobvite’s 2014 Social Recruiting Survey: Findings, Comparisons and Predictions from a Practitioner Perspective
Lockheed Martin Corporation
The 2014 Jobvite Social Recruiting Survey delves into the various tools and practices recruiters utilize to target quality talent. Findings reveal that, much like marketers, recruiters showcase their employer brand and engage with candidates across many platforms.
Adcap Network Systems
Candidates are always going to put their best foot forward when interviewing for a prospective job they are interested in. Their resumes will always be (should be) written comprehensively.
In this presentation, Rob Sentz will describe how different companies are using external workforce analytics and labor data to develop, improve, and defend their recruiting strategies.
University of Southern California; and author of Employee Surveys That Work
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Potomac Family Dining Group.
Technology is changing rapidly, and hiring has become more and more competitive. To be an employer of choice, recruitment can no longer be viewed as the support function that fills vacant positions. Recruitment must be a strategic business partner, able to match business and recruitment goals to each other and articulate the impact not reaching them creates.
It’s clear that the paradigm shift between social media as a means to catch up with buddies to a resume list companies pull from is moving fast – scary fast! But before you start folding your resume into paper airplanes just yet, there is a way to stay ahead of the curve and actually land a great gig.
Never has talent played a more critical role in both the current performance and future success of today’s businesses, and the traditional recruitment models of the past are no longer enough for those seeking the competitive edge. Attend this webcast to learn game-changing employer branding and social recruiting tactics.
The experienced, or “passive candidate”, especially in the STEM industries holds a lot of power and it’s important to understand what is important to the passive STEM candidate and how to focus your brand to attract them.
Having grown up post 9/11, in the wake of the great recession and always connected online, Gen Z is an emerging group that your entire company needs to understand, from HR to marketing. Gen Z represents 23 million Americans born between 1994 and 2010.
Corporations around the globe are utilizing employee resource groups as a method for driving recruitment, retention, and engagement within the workplace as well as business results. But, what impacts are these groups actually having?
HR business partners and business executives cannot be successful in isolation. This session will provide proven coaching strategies that will elevate the performance and results for both HRBPs and executives, and ways to remove barriers that may be inhibiting such relationships.
In this webcast Jacqueline Robertson, Senior Director of Inclusion & Diversity at Grainger and Mary Ann Downey, Principal at HR Metrics Coach, will provide a framework on how to think about inclusion and diversity, and how they fit together.