How early adopters redefined candidate engagement using CRM
How engagement and service delivery changes the role of the ATS
Why “cost per hire” and “time to fill” are ‘dead on arrival’ metrics
Why the “talent management suite” will become obsolete and what will replace it
In its quest for higher ground, HR has discovered that its ugly stepchild, “recruiting”, and its prettier sister, “Talent Management”, are the very essence of Strategic HR. But while these topics open the doors of the C-suite, discussions about finding and retaining the best people can be fatal if practitioners lack vision and confidence in their ability to execute.
HR leaders need to go beyond buzz words like “CRM”, “digital transformation”, and “big data”, and give Executives a new vision with clarity of purpose, that can be put into practice, tested in the real world, and optimized until the desired results are obtained.
Dimitri Boylan, CEO of Avature, will make the case for engagement and dig into the details of what that means and how it affects stakeholders. He will also discuss how existing technology prevents HR from transforming this vision into practice, and how practitioners can leverage new technology and new metrics to achieve their desired results.
Outdated ATS? Candidate experience less than inspiring? These foundational systems and processes could be hurting your ability to recruit great talent when you need it. Learn how REI solved both of these problems (and more) in just three ...