Just a decade ago or so, organizations had only a few options when it came to hiring senior leaders and professionals. For the most part they could use internal recruiters, external headhunters, newspapers or employee referral. The late 1990s gave birth to the large Internet job board. From there, specialized websites emerged that focused exclusively on six figure hires. More recently, hiring managers are exploring the use of Web 2.0 and social networking tools. But traditional or new, which of these alternatives works best? Which delivers the best candidates at the lowest cost and requires the least investment of time on your part?
And at a high level - what about the 100k+ hiring segment. How large is it? How important is it? Does one solution fit all or should organizations now dedicate a specialized solution to this category.
Join us as we unveil new HCI research into 100k+ Hiring. We'll share the results of our survey and interviews in which hundreds of recruiters shared their experiences with traditional and new recruiting tools. You'll learn what's best, what's most promising and which methods deliver the best bang for the buck.
All participants will receive a copy of "$100K+ Recruiting: What's Working and Why." A new HCI "How to" white paper based on hundreds of survey responses and interviews.
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Allan Schweyer is a Principal in the Washington DC based firm Center for Human Capital Innovation, which provide strategic consulting services to government and military clients. Prior to CHCI, he was President & Executive Director of the Human Capital Institute, the world's foremost Talent Management community. Trained as a labor market economist, Schweyer has contributed to the field for almost two decades. He is the author of two books, "Talent Management Systems" (Wiley&Sons, 2004) and "Talent Management Technologies (HCI Press 2009). He is an internationally respected analyst and speaker on the topic of transformational human capital management for individuals, organizations, regions and nations. In 2009 he was recognized as among the "100 Most Influential People in HR and Talent Management".Allan's contributions include the development of award-winning workforce management and information systems for government, international organizations and the private sector. Allan has many years experience as a senior researcher, analyst and consultant, servicing large private and public sector clients worldwide. Allan's articles and white papers appear in dozens of popular media and industry specific publications worldwide.