Tired of sifting through hundreds of resumes? How can I entice the right applicants to my job opportunity? Am I being dazzled by a great resume writer rather than really getting a sense of the best candidate for the job? Is the applicant “walking the walk” by demonstrating what they claim to bring to the role? How do I make more informed and educated hiring decisions?
As HR Professionals you owe it to yourself, your organization and job applicants to work smarter, not harder, when recruiting and making good hiring decisions. Traditionally the recruitment process is labour intensive, costly, and may lead to regrettable hiring decisions. Save time and money by adopting a modern proactive approach by reverse engineering the networking game! Candidates have long used networking to discover job opportunities. As the employer you have a job vacancy profile and need to find qualified best fit candidates – but how? As employers it is time to empower yourself by learning to reverse engineer online networking platforms. Move from spending time to shifting through hundreds of unqualified resumes…..to proactively drawing the right applicants to you.
Join Matt as he shares 21st century social media and internet search tools and techniques to source candidates that meet the skills, qualifications, and personal characteristics you are seeking.
Attendees will gain knowledge in creating search criteria to find your ideal candidate:
● Social Media and Internet Search Tools and Techniques
● Reverse Engineering the Networking Game
● Assessing Your Findings
● Make Evidence Based Hiring Decisions
● Strategic Preparation for Interviews (based on findings)
● Tools and Resources
5:30pm Welcome and Networking
6:30pm Speaker Presentation
8:30pm Event Concludes
Registration Closes: October 17, 2023 at 8:00 AM…or sooner if it sells out!
Registration Difficulties or Questions: Please reach out to our Chapter Experience Coordinator Bobbi-Lyn Smith at BLSmith@hrpa.ca
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