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Organizations are using more and more technology to automate their recruiting processes. Online assessments, candidate relationship management, social sourcing and video interviewing are all being deployed to reduce the time and cost associated with recruiting. While these solutions may improve the process of recruiting, it’s important for HR professionals to ensure that new technology does not inadvertently introduce new types of bias that have a negative effect on recruiting quality and overall business performance. Bias in recruiting is not new. HR professionals have long worked to identify and remove biases from the recruiting process. HR professionals are well versed in racial and gender bias and the negative consequences resulting from both. But in many cases HR professionals are unaware of other kinds of bias and need the basic tools and techniques required to find and correct those biases. This webinar will describe several types of bias and teach a few basic skills needed to analyze recruiting data to identify and reduce these biases. Attendees do not need advanced math degrees or good grades in Statistics to attend.
Date: Aug 13 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Timothy O'Shea
Lumesse

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Lumesse
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
If you are responsible for strategic talent acquisition in your organization this is an important opportunity for you to honeyour skills. This practical webinar will take you step by step through the process of determining the qualifications your want your candidates to have, sourcing, interviewing and selecting the right person for your organization now. It will include how to review resumes and decide whom to interview, how to gain agreement among interviewers, and how to check references so there are no surprises. If you are in human resources, you will learn how to be more strategic and more influential with the managers you hire for.
Date: Aug 25 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Karen Liuzzo
Career Strategies

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Priscilla Claman
Career Strategies

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Career Strategies
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
A recent survey of corporate recruiters revealed that 80% of talent acquisition professionals describe candidate experience as “very important” to their recruiting efforts, yet nearly half of those surveyed describe efforts to improve that experience as an ongoing struggle. While the effort remains challenging, the good news is the clear and significantly accelerated priority placed on candidate experience across the recruiting landscape. But it’s not just the candidates who strive for a better experience; it’s the talent acquisition professionals as well.

In this webinar you’ll learn about new technologies and tactics designed to improve the full talent acquisition experience, for hiring professionals and job seekers alike. You’ll learn how a new breed of recruiting technology – mobile, social and big data solutions – have helped companies overcome the struggle to improve the way top talent engages with hiring organizations. And you’ll walk away with a host of ideas and insights to improving your organization’s own experience and strengthen the employment brand.

Date: Aug 25 2014
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Jed Hamilton
Jibe, Inc

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JIBE
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
The day of a full-life-cycle Corporate Recruiter is pretty busy these days, isn't it? Meetings with hiring managers, posting jobs, screening resumes, phone screens, scheduling interviews, conducting interviews, extending and negotiating offers, onboarding…oh, and you are expected to source too, right? But what does that even mean? How do you find the time to generate additional candidate flow beyond the organic candidate flow from your job postings? How do I know where to start and where to focus? Join Ben Gotkin, Principal Consultant at Recruiting Toolbox, and former full-life-cycle Corporate Recruiter, for an in-depth discussion on a realistic definition of sourcing for full-life-cycle recruiters, how to set yourself up for success, how to optimize your sourcing efforts, and how to find time for it all. Ben feels your pain…let the healing begin…
Date: Aug 25 2014
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Ben Gotkin
Recruiting Toolbox

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Recruiting Toolbox
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
What is the next trend in talent discovery? As resources become more and more mobile (which in today’s world has the double meaning of (1) they don’t stay in one job for very long, and (2) they manage their lives with mobile devices), as information becomes more ubiquitous, and as work becomes less clearly defined, will we still match resources to jobs the same way we always have? What are some the trends and technologies effecting this change? How might you react to it? Why should you care?

Artificial intelligence offers some new and very interesting advantages to the practice of HR and specifically to the process of resource discovery. Just to name a few:

•Goes Beyond Key Words to find non-standard descriptions and less obvious job-fit

•Fast and Accurate and takes only seconds to cull through millions of profiles

•Perfect For the New World of Social Recruiting by leveraging the social footprint

•Customizes to your Needs by understanding past behavior

•Gets Smarter by learning what’s important to you

Date: Aug 26 2014
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Jerry Thurber
Innotrieve, Inc

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Innotrieve, Inc
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
Firms need to know how to separate candidates from talent acquisition pools and recognize why potential candidates are not applying for open positions with their firm. Recruitment automation allows organizations to eliminate human intervention up to the point of an interview with the hiring manager. This automated process is efficient, fast and it does a better job of screening candidates for fit while at the same time level setting candidate expectations. As a result, hiring managers only interview candidates that are fit and are interested in the position. Candidates are informed in real time about their chances of hire. Hear the case studies of success of firms using recruitment automation to their advantage in the war for talent.
Date: Aug 26 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Kim R. Davis
DreamJobs

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DreamJobs
 
Virtual Conference Webcast
Learn how a comprehensive review of your organization’s recruiting and hiring practices can help assess current levels of compliance with regulations, detect gaps requiring remedial actions, and identify areas in which recruiters and hiring managers may need additional compliance training. Gain an understanding of the key components of an effective hiring process review, including applicant tracking systems, retention of applicant-related data, candidate database searches, use of statistical analyses to identify hiring disparities by race and gender and whether any employment tests used in the hiring process have an adverse impact, and training of recruiters and hiring managers on EEO and affirmative action.
Date: Sep 10 2014
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Murray Simpson
PeopleFluent

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Lisa Harpe
PeopleFluent

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PeopleFluent
 
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