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Achieving 2020 Vision: Optimize Recruitment Marketing for the Next Decade
As you prepare to close out this decade and head into a new one, now is the time to consider how planning for the future should extend beyond the coming year. During the last 15 to 20 years, we’ve seen a steady progression of technological capabilities that have significantly impacted the recruiting landscape. And new innovations in recruiting continue to come fast and furiously. From AI to big data to chatbots, there are no limits to how recruiting will continue to transform in the coming years.

But the rapid transformation in recruiting has also created a disconnected technological landscape. The current environment has revealed that this is the era of opportunity for recruitment marketing optimization, if organizations can overcome the disconnect that has occurred in such a rapidly changing landscape. Further, business leaders today are paying closer attention to the strategies and technologies used in talent acquisition, and specifically, the return on investment from recruiting and recruitment marketing. A recent CEO study from PWC indicated that 77 percent of CEOs say the availability of talent is the greatest threat to their organization. 60 percent of those same CEOs said they are completely rethinking their technology and how to better engage candidates to attract talent.

Join us for a forward-thinking webinar with Pete Sanidas, Vice President, Talemetry, - during this interactive webinar, you will learn:

-How to optimize recruitment marketing for the coming decade
-How to recruit a new breed of candidates who are agile, critical thinking and decisive
-How to design and deliver personalized, consumer-quality candidate experiences
-How to identify, prioritize and nurture key audiences most important to business results
-How AI will continue to change the way you interact with candidates
-How to amplify your employer brand with the latest technology
-How to increase predictability in your recruiting function

Jan 9, 2019 2:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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