11/13 webinar: Future-proof your talent attraction strategies
Your people are your business. When you have the right fit, you experience increased profitability, performance and productivity — the three essentials to any successful business.
Attracting that kind of talent requires taking a close look at your company culture, recruiting tactics and hiring process. Our conversation will help you widen your talent pool, hire better talent and be in a position to face the future confidently.
While the coming months will prove challenging for many, a number of key sectors across the US continue to show strong demand for new hires. The hunt is on for alternative benefits to secure qualified staff — including remote or hybrid working going forward. That begets questions of maintaining engagement and nurturing culture in a remote environment. It’s a lot.
Date: Friday, November 13, 2020
Time: 10 a.m. PT | 1 p.m. ET
*Please register using the blue form on this page*
What you will learn:
- Shift to skills-based planning to expand talent pools and address talent needs
- Explore non-traditional recruiting strategies
- Unlock an improved candidate experience
- Address the challenges and opportunities with digital recruiting
About the presenter
Jill Silman Chapman, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, has years of talent acquisition and management experience. She has developed a variety of business ventures in the workforce industry, partnering with clients to recruit, retain and train staff with an emphasis on productivity and performance. As a senior performance consultant with Insperity Recruiting Services, Jill helps businesses — particularly small and medium-sized firms — find the best talent with the latest in recruitment strategy, talent attraction methods and technology. Jill is committed to changing lives by connecting the right talent to the right companies so that everyone succeeds. Hiring is one of the very most important decisions a business owner makes and Jill is passionate about how companies can address growing recruiting and retention issues within their organizations.