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Learn about the best practices for turning data noise into talent intelligence and how companies can become more prescriptive in their organization’s talent strategy, while exploring the key areas of success.
A new year means new goals, for your HR team and your business. As we look ahead to 2017, we’re watching for trendsetters who have already done the heavy lifting—so you don’t have to!
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Learn how to add personality and reality to your content, while using trend data to better target job content to relevant candidates.
Join Casey Amend, Senior Talent Acquisition Partner at GE Healthcare, as she shares her multi-dimensional approach to finding the right talent for the right job.
The dreaded cover letter. Some recruiters love them, and others have little use for them. But there’s one thing everyone seems to agree on — job seekers hate writing them. Cover letters often veer toward boring and formulaic, or over-the-top. For those candidates who manage to strike just the right balance of brevity, data-backed performance statements and personality, they’re left to wonder: Was the effort worth it?
Explore how to prime potential job seekers, the latest digital strategies to manage relevant communications, and new sources of targeted talent to keep a steady pipeline flowing.
A dear friend of mine runs the IT Helpdesk at a company that shall remain nameless. Generally speaking, when an organization hires a new person, in today’s digital age one of the first priorities is to ensure that the new hire has access to all the technology necessary to do his or her job successfully. If I told you how many times my friend has learned that a new hire needs a laptop or iPad as much as a week after a person’s start date, you’d be shocked. Imagine being asked to learn a new job while spending an entire week without the proper devices.
Discover how measurement techniques can help support communication and ROI calculations, and the definitions of the stages of an organization's diversity program.