How candidates evaluate offers and opportunities and what information is most important
Strategies for evaluating technology solutions so that your tools provide the most value for all end users, from candidates to recruiters to hiring managers
Ideas for continuous innovation and invention in the recruiting process to meet the needs of the candidate-driven economy
Recruiters and hiring managers are crucial players in a candidate-driven economy. In this information age, candidates know more about companies than ever before—more than a website’s “About” page could ever cover. On what new imperatives should talent acquisition and line-of-business leaders focus in order to achieve their staffing goals?
As a talent acquisition leader, what keeps you up at night?
In this webcast, Matt Lafata and Jacqueline Kuhn of HRchitect will take a closer look at the new talent acquisition landscape. The webcast will begin by taking a look at the following questions:
What do you think candidates want? How do candidates want to be hired, and how do you measure up to those standards?
What do you want—from your ATS, from your business leaders, from your talent acquisition team?
How do you know that your technological solutions are lacking? What should you look for?
William Tincup, HR thought leader and analyst, discusses the intersection between marketing and recruitment and how talent acquisition professionals can benefit from incorporating principles of marketing into recruitment strategies, specifically ...
November 24, 2015 | Abby Euler, IBM Software Group
Some of us may remember when recruiting was about pulling names from a Rolodex and dialing a phone – when the classifieds were an effective means of recruitment. Then the job boards came along with hundreds of thousands (and now millions) ...