Executive social talks: Introducing the next evolution in social recruiting
We’re living through a unique moment in history, and while we’re all looking for ways to navigate through the current global crisis, we’re also thinking about what comes next.
Our series of Executive Social Talks brings HR leaders together to discuss how to deal with the most formidable recruiting challenges.
October 14, 2021 • 10 am PT | 1 pm ET
Exclusive sneak peek at CareerArc’s new features
Meet the next evolution in CareerArc’s social recruiting solution. Picture everything you love about CareerArc, but more. Expanded features. Content creation studio. More automation. Improved metrics.
Discover the full, unlimited power of social recruiting as we walk you through the many new features of the upgrade.
This talk will include a short presentation and live Q&A led by Alyssa Gioscia, Director of Enterprise Development. You will learn how to use CareerArc’s new solution to:
- Build robust employer brand social campaigns
- Source content from internal and external libraries
- Create professional, social-optimized images from scratch.
- Measure your social recruiting score and the health of your strategy benchmarked against CareerArc’s clients and best practices
- Plus so much more
Reserve your seat now
About the presenter:
Alyssa Gioscia – Director, Enterprise Development at CareerArc
Alyssa Gioscia is the Director, Enterprise Development for CareerArc with more than 10 years of strategic marketing and social media experience. Alyssa has worked with organizations across a wide range of industries—from hospitality and healthcare to retail and IT/engineering—and is passionate about developing high-impact social strategies for clients and providing creative solutions to positively impact employer brand. She delivers ongoing client education and loves bringing the latest best practices in social recruiting to her clients. Alyssa lives in sunny Southern California where she enjoys hiking, salsa dancing, and trying new restaurants.
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