good and the bad. Kevin will use case studies and examples to show how organizations are benefiting from elements of Web 2.0, and how blogs, social networks, and even email and SMS can make you a more effective recruiter. He will also discuss the downsides of Web 2.0 and what the trade-offs are when it replaces other forms for recruiting. There will be plenty of time for comments and Q&A, so bring your questions and best practices to share.…
re, you’re hearing from an overwhelming influx of applicants. This is a scenario that presents a very unique set of challenges — the biggest of which is discerning the "best" from an ever-growing pool of highly-qualified talent.
Now is the time to face that challenge head-on.
Join Recruiting Trends and our panel of experts on February 10th to learn how can you best optimize your recruitment advertising budget and still attract the "right" candidates.
Key Takeaways include:
* Various strategies for online recruitment advertising efforts
* The media and vehicles most effective to promote your brand (job postings, SEM, SEO, blogs social networks, etc.)
* Common metrics to track your efforts and calculate your advertising ROI
* Best practices to leverage your website to support your brand
* An overview of online tools that can help match candidates with job requirements to reduce your screening efforts…
,000 members and operations in 160 countries worldwide.
Although smaller and a lot more exclusive than many other networks in existence today, In the last 10 years, Thomas and Penny have met over 10,000 people in 50 countries and run 3000 events and 2000 training courses - so they certainly are very active!
As a recruiter, I'd always dismissed Ecademy as being too small to be useful to me - but that's because I'd not fully understood its mission.
Rather than just being a collection of people looking for jobs or social interaction, Ecademy's focus is to be a Marketplace - where like-minded entrepreneurs & business professionals can meet each other (either online or at face-to-face gatherings) to conduct business and do deals with each other.
So while Ecademy may not be a place where I'd go looking for Candidates, it might just be the place to go trawling for Clients - and I think anyone who is more interested in looking for 'Buyers' rather than 'Sellers' just might agree.
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