Ways you can identify the perfect candidate—even without a job description
Why the interview process must be a mutual evaluation, not an interrogation
How to build a talent brand based on authentic experiences
Unlike many organizations, the second employee at Foundation Medicine was Sarah Larson, Senior VP of Human Resources. HR is rarely a major organizational function during a company’s infancy, so having someone on board to focus on strategic talent acquisition from the very beginning allowed Foundation to really build a truly unique hiring strategy.
In this webcast, join Wendy Durkin, Leader of Global Talent Acquisition at Foundation Medicine, as she discusses a recruiting strategy built on the importance of having interesting conversations with passionate people. She’ll also share thoughts on how a strong talent brand can impact the overall candidate experience.
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