Executive social talks: Social recruiting post-pandemic
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.
We created a series of Executive Social Talks to explore talent acquisition opportunities for the future. Over the next few months, we’ll bring HR leaders together to discuss how to deal with the most formidable recruiting challenges.
Our second talk
March 24, 2021 • 10 am PT / 1 pm ET
Social recruiting post-pandemic
As a talent acquisition leader, your company expects you to plan for the future of your organization. Recruiting candidates without the necessary plans in place can create a disaster in the long run. HR leaders must balance both long-term (passive) goals and near-term (active) objectives to gain competitive advantages in uncertain market conditions.
Without a forward-looking hiring plan, companies will struggle once applicants become scarce in the second half of 2021. Employers who include long-term goals as a part of their recruitment strategy save time and money and have a higher employee retention rate.
This second talk will include a short presentation and live Q&A led by Johnathan Gorman, Director of Social Recruiting. You will learn:
- The future implications/impact of a competitive market on your 2021 recruiting strategies
- The benefits of balancing both long-term recruiting goals and near-term objectives
- How the maturity level of your social recruiting program affects your recruiting goals
Reserve your seat now
About the presenter:
Johnathan Gorman – Director of Social Recruiting at CareerArc
With 20 years of experience in HR technology and services, Johnathan Gorman has been helping TA leaders develop comprehensive and effective recruiting strategies to support top organizations globally. Before joining CareerArc, Johnathan worked for IBM, Alexander Mann Solutions, First Advantage, WhiteCrow Research, and Liquid, The Creative Group Ad Agency.
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