Recruiting for the Best Candidates in 2012

Turn Recruiting for the Best Candidate into a Sales Process

(webinar length:  56m)

1960’s Recruiting in 2012

Remember the 1960’s? Well, there are two generations of job seekers who don’t. Fifty years ago, there were three basic ways to fill a job opening in the Food Industry. One was to advertise the position and wait for people to apply; today this is known as the “post and pray” method. The two other 1960’s methods were to seek candidates from within the organization for promotion, or pay a recruitment fee. Not much has changed, except the process has become automated. In this program, you’ll learn how you can update the tried & true methods from the 60’s to attract top talent, not repel them from applying to job postings, by treating recruiting as a sales process.

Learning Objectives:

  • Use automation to engage passive candidates not turn them off
  • Simple steps to improve candidate sourcing
  • How to streamline the process & improve the candidate experience
  • Reduce candidate “fall off” when they visit your job pages
  • Tips to stretch your recruitment budget.


Who will benefit:

  • Business leaders
  • Hiring Managers
  • Corporate Human Resource and Recruitment Leaders

 

Presenter - Bill Humbert

Bill Humbert is an expert Recruitment Consultant with over 30 years of professional recruitment experience across many industries, including the Food Industry, and the author of “RecruiterGuy’s Guide to Finding a Job.” He was recently recognized as one of “50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading” by The Authors Show. Recruiting Trends has published many of his articles including “1960s Recruiting in 2011” and most recently, “Post and Prey Recruitment.” His business, RecruiterGuy.com, specializes in recruitment continuous process improvement, employment branding and marketing, creative candidate sourcing, interview training, recruitment and how these tie together to attract Impact Performers. Over the years since 1981, he has read over 400,000 resumes, worked directly with over 12,000 candidates and with over 3,000 hiring managers. He is sought as a presenter at colleges/universities. He is a monthly contributor on Park City TV on recruitment and job search topics.

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