In the last decade, full life-cycle recruiters have learned to crawl the internet, make cold calls, manage candidates and hiring managers alike, and develop as search and influence technologists. Sourcing and research have developed rapidly as disciplines of recruitment. The war for talent has evolved, too, as small skirmishes to be fought on many different battlefields- the college campus, the local career fair, the executive industry consortium, and even the employee lunchroom.
As the global economy shifts, organizations once again turn to the question of how to source candidates widely and effectively. The learning tracks in the Candidate Sourcing Talent topic examine the tools, techniques, and talent resources being used by the brightest organizations to strategically source and manage human capital.