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Talent Acquisition: Above and Beyond Just Recruiting

Topic:
Talent Acquisition: Above and Beyond Just Recruiting
Date:
April 19, 2012 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Cabot Jaffee, President and CEO(AlignMark, Inc)
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Description
It’s been a fact for a long time: Organizations with superior recruiting and selection practices financially outperform those brokerages with less effective recruitment programs. Is your company up to the pressure of finding the right talent? With high unemployment and many organizations having gone out of business over the past 5 years one would think that there should be an abundance of people exploring new jobs and careers. Given a large supply and the technology to reach them you should have a sufficient pipeline of candidates to meet your growing needs? However we all know this is not the case. So what data and analytics are you using to examine key metrics such as outreach, the quality and quantity of your talent pipeline, the impact of your brand and much more? Have you done anything different over the past few years that led to large gains?

Social Hiring Applications are fast becoming the platform of choice for candidates— supplanting “headhunters”, consultants and job boards. To be prepared for the future and have access to the best job candidates, companies need to start planning their social hiring strategy today. Data is showing that the majority of passive job seekers are finding jobs through social hiring, employee referrals are the best source for outside talent thereby increasingly more important in your social hiring strategy, and close to 90% of companies will hire through social recruiting.

This session will focus on how an integrated strategy that blends the best of your recruiting strategies with technology, social media, and the Internet will allow you to meet all of your talent acquisition goals over the years to come.

Who Should Participate
Anyone involved in the talent acquisition process.
What You Will Learn
- How to generate more recruiting leads, convert more recruiting leads to hires and effectively use technology to provide a cost-effective way of acquiring talent. - How to examine and create a social media strategy for the purpose of acquiring talent. - how to use analytics to adjust plans and expectations around results.
Recommended Resources
http://www.alignmark.com/social-hiring/ http://www.alignmark.com/research-and-insights/ http://www.alignmark.com
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Cabot Jaffee
AlignMark, Inc

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AlignMark, Inc
Since 1976, AlignMark has designed and implemented industry changing programs for the purpose of recruiting, selecting and developing the human capital asset of the company.
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