2009 was a roller coaster year for many in talent acquisition. Despite continued turmoil impacting the global economy, the vast majority of organizations generated numerous hires and moved forward on a number of planned projects, albeit with tighter control on the purse strings. 2009 was also a year of tremendous technological innovation, with new products and services arriving that rendered products introduced only months earlier nearly obsolete.
Will 2010 be a lot like 2009? Will the pace on innovation in recruiting increase, decrease, or remain the same? How will the continued evolution of social networking impact talent acquisition strategy and operations?
These are the questions that organizations must be looking at as they develop and put into play their talent acquisition strategy for 2010. Join global corporate advisor and renowned thought leader, Dr. John Sullivan, as he explores his thinking around 2010 trends to come related to:
-Changes in the global labor market
-Management concerns about workforce agility
-Rapid pace of innovation in talent acquisition practices and tools
-Employer brand management in the age of social networking
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