Recruiting for Hard to Fill Positions: Easiest isn't Always Best
Duration: 75 Minutes
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Generally, staff within most companies will open a position without investigating why the previous person left to determine the root cause. Was the job description poorly written so sourcing identified the wrong talent? Was the manager inept? Did the incumbent get promoted? Wouldn't be nice to learn/review ways to look at the Recruiting Process on order to find the elusive passive candidate instead of the ever-posting desperate candidate? The purpose of this webinar is to help your company identify and deliver the best qualified candidate.
07/14/2017 11:30 AM07/14/2017 05:30 PMTraining Topic: Recruiting for Hard to Fill Positions: Easiest isn't Always BestInstructor: William 'Bill' Humbert
Objectives of the Presentation
What is the most effective recruiting process to attract the best candidates?
Why is a solid job description important?
If the job description is so important, what element can we add that will attract the best qualified candidates?
Passive candidates require more work after you identify them
How to drive Passive Candidates away
Defeating the counter offer without experiencing, "All that work and a Failed Result!"
How to lead your candidate to accepting an offer
Why Should you Attend
The selection of better and more engaged employees leads to greater profitability, fewer human resource challenges, and greater retention. This information is critical for employers and leaders, who recognize the need to attract, identify and deliver better qualified candidates to grow their profitability and business.
Recruiting mirrors the sales process
Job description importance
Effective candidate sourcing
Work a career fair like RecruiterGuy!
The value of natural curiosity while sourcing candidates
Candidate relationship building to win!
Win most of the counter offer wars!
Who will Benefit
HR: Recruiters, Generalists, Directors, HR Business Partners
Executives: CEO, CFO, CHRO
Business Owners: Small and Medium Sized Businesses