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The Art of Recruiting Passive Candidates

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Krista Bradford\'s presentation from the ERE Expo 2008 Fall.

Krista Bradford\'s presentation from the ERE Expo 2008 Fall.

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  • 1. The Art of Recruiting Passive Candidates Making a Business Case Krista Bradford Founder & Principal 203.227.8615 [email_address]
  • 2. The Art of Recruiting Passives
    • How to market opportunities to candidates in our current economic environment
    • Why easy recruiting solutions will get harder to use
    • How to construct your pitch to make a business case
    • How to recruit across multiple channels: email, voicemail, texting, and Facebook poking
    • How to find the shortest path to the winning candidate
  • 3. Economic Turbulence
  • 4. Gas Crisis
  • 5. Housing Crisis
  • 6. Financial Crisis
  • 7. Career Crisis
  • 8. Opportunity Abounds
  • 9. Opportunity Abounds
  • 10. Candidates + Job Postings + Social Networking
  • 11. Smart Not so smart Efficient Inefficient Job Boards Jobster NotchUp You
  • 12. Candidate ID
  • 13. Candidate ID
  • 14. Candidate ID
  • 15. Candidate ID
  • 16. Candidate ID
  • 17. The Good Search Way Target the best candidates. If you target everyone else, you will fail.
  • 18. Candidate Development
  • 19. Make sure you’re informed
  • 20. Candidate Development
  • 21. Step 2 – Build a business case
  • 22. Step 2 – Build a business case
    • Check your company press releases for hot company descriptions.
    • Check Hoovers or Google Finance for numbers to tout: market cap, revenues, growth, employees, cash reserves.
    • Compare cost of living with calculators on CNN.com, Salary.com, bankrate.com, bestplaces.net.
    • Compare commutes in Google Maps
  • 23. Candidate Development
  • 24. Candidate Development
  • 25. Candidate Development
  • 26. Candidate Development
  • 27. Candidate Development
  • 28. Candidate Development
  • 29. Candidate Development
  • 30. Candidate Development
  • 31. Map teams as you go in
  • 32. Questions? Krista Bradford CEO, The Good Search, LLC 203-227-8615 [email_address]