Date: Thursday, April 23, 2020
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
The talent war is over, and talent won! Unfortunately, job boards and website postings only attract 15% of the talent pool—those actively looking for a job—and this is where you have the most competition. The shortage of talent continues to increase, and candidates know they are in demand.
It’s taking longer to fill open requisitions, which is costly, and the traditional ways of attracting candidates are just not working effectively. Your competitors are also looking for ways to attract the best talent, and these candidates then become your competition’s engaged and retained employees.
So, what’s the solution?
Join us on April 23 for this free webinar featuring recruiting expert Barb Bruno, President of Good as Gold Training. During this webinar, Bruno will show you how to fill more of your requisitions, faster. Bruno will also focus on how to identify, recruit, and hire the other 85% of the talent pool. These employed, passive candidates are not conducting an active job search and therefore, are not responding to job board ads or website postings. You will learn how to attract these candidates knowing that your competitors don’t have their résumé or CV.
- Why posting and praying (to job boards/website postings) doesn’t work
- Seven steps you must take prior to recruiting
- The benefits of proper preparation
- Specific recruiting scripts that work to attract the best talent
- Do’s and don’ts of recruiting
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