I have frequently written about the shortage of skilled workers. And today companies are using every method that they can to attract and retain talent.  recruiting is always a problem. It is expensive, time consuming,  and selecting the right candidate is problematic. It is much better to retain your current talent.

However retirements, new jobs, and the need to identify and recruit new talent will never go away. So when does recruitment start? When you identify the job requirements? When someone retires? Or does it start before that? Do you actually have a strategy for engaging candidates? Are you able to catch a potential candidates attention before they are ready to change jobs? Will you remain top of their mind before they start searching?

Join Jessica Miller Merrell, CEO of Xceptional HR, who will share her insights from more than 12 years of experience in HR and recruiting.

You’ll discover how to:

  • Determine how many contacts it takes to turn a ‘suspect’ into a candidate
  • Use a metrics-driven approach, rather than gut instinct, to engage candidates
  • Keep the ‘human’ in your candidate communications
  • Build consistency into your employment branding and messaging

Please use the following link to register for the webinar http://info.successfactors.com/EngagementCandidates326_p08.html

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