The notion of the “talent shortage” isn’t new anymore. The pool for available talent has become shallow because of increased demand for certain skills and experience, coupled with a large portion of our workforce retiring or scaling back. Talent Acquisition has had to evolve to be more strategic, including having a strategy around passive candidates.
Join this webcast to hear Sara Stowe, Talent Acquisition Partner at Smarsh share insights on how to build a strategy for attracting and hiring passive candidates whether it’s high-volume recruiting or highly-specialized searches.
Attendees will learn:
The Importance of a Good Story as the Foundation of a Strategy
Best Practices How to Collaborate across the Organization
How the Economic Cycle Impacts Passive Candidates’ Interest
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White Paper | Source: Jobvite
| Published:January 19, 2015
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