Discover why we’re still talking about employer brand and content marketing,
Understand the changing expectations of candidates and why building talent communities isn’t enough,
Explore the balance between human interaction and technological automation in the recruiting process (and what HR is doing wrong on this issue today),
How these trends fit into a strategic framework that allows HR to focus on hiring talent that will propel the business towards its goals
Where do you see your HR department one year from now? What about three months from now? The pace of change in business shows no sign of slowing. Keeping up with the latest trends, especially in technology, is nearly a full time job in and of itself. In the HR sphere, new technology solutions explode on the market regularly. New social networks constantly change the way people connect and interact. Even the jobs that many recruiters are working to fill did not exist two years ago.
In this webcast, Matt Alder, Talent Analyst and Recruitment Marketing Expert, will explore what the future holds for talent acquisition and how recruiters and business leaders can work together to embrace these changes.
In a candidate-driven talent acquisition landscape, how can companies implement recruiting strategies that attract the best candidates? Dyke Debrie, Director of Talent Acquisition and Learn Offerings at IBM, explores why marketing strategies need ...
Today's job seekers have more specialized skill sets and access to more employer options. And unlike in the past, applicants now openly discuss their experiences with brands via online forums and networks.