You’ve heard the stats: open jobs outnumber the unemployed by 1M, with unemployment at its lowest in nearly 50 years.
Nearly all candidates today are passive. But the best candidates aren’t sitting around waiting for your email or call. They communicate on forums and apps, tweet at events and actively build community on social media. Do you know where your passive talent live?
Join Greg Hawkes—Strategic Talent Sourcer, Speaker and Founder of the HRSourcingToolbox—as he reveals the best sources for top passive candidates along with the select tools and techniques recruiters must know to succeed in today’s talent market. Greg will focus on candidate sourcing and outreach methods, including the rising use of video in candidate engagement.
For the new & seasoned sourcer: This talk is designed for both the sourcing novice as well as the intermediate sourcer both looking to sharpen skills and add new tech and tactics to their toolbox.
Sourcing for all industries: The talk will cover sourcing resources that can be applied to all industries, with a special focus on Healthcare, Engineering, Technology, Sciences, and more.
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|This webinar has been approved for recertification credit hours through the HR Certification Institute.|
|This program is valid for 1 PDC for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM|
About the presenter:
Greg Hawkes is a Strategic Talent Sourcer, Speaker, Author, and Founder of the HRSourcingToolbox, Healthcare Sourcing Toolbox, and SourcingIRL Youtube Channel. With 10+ years of recruitment experience, Greg has worked in healthcare, engineering, biotechnology, manufacturing, among other industries as both a Technical Recruiter and Sourcing Analyst. An ongoing contributor to SourceCon and has recently joined Houghton Mifflin Harcourt as a Strategic Sourcer where he continues his passion for emerging technologies, Boolean Syntax, and sharing techniques and hacks to finding the elusive purple squirrel.