Anne Nimke brings almost 30 years of experience in both human
resources and staffing to Pinstripe.
She is a recognized leader in the RPO arena seasoned veteran world of talent strategy. She has lead strategic client engagements including RPO Solutions that are the flagship programs in the industry, Anne has also lead long term outsourced talent acquisition programs for professional, non exempt and hourly staffing needs and consulting projects including applicant tracking selection and implementation, employment agency RFP and contract negotiation, and HR/Recruitment Department realignment and reorganization.
She graduated from Marquette University with honors and is currently a member of the HR Outsourcing Association (HROA), is Vice Chair of the RPO Association, is a member of SHRM’s National Staffing Special Expertise Panel and is former President of the MMSHRM Chapter and co-chair of the WI State SHRM Conference.
Your Speakers Today! Anne Nimke Co-founder and Exec. Consultant
Pinstripe Inc. designs, builds, and manages high performing, outsourced talent acquisition and management solutions that help organizations win the war for talent and create sustainable competitive advantage.
Pinstripe’s Healthcare Group is a leading human resources and recruitment outsourcing partner that works with healthcare organizations to improve Talent Management and Workforce Utilization Systems while reducing overall labor costs and improving efficiencies.
Visit us at www.pinstripetalent.com or www.pinstripehealthcare.com
MORE interactive media - internet banner advertising, job boards, e-cards, text messaging, cinema advertising, mobile media, billboards, public transportation, radio, cable
Generation Y/Millennial: Born 1980-1995, Age less than 28
How do we reach Generation Y?
MOSTLY interactive and alternative media – job boards (using behavioral marketing), internet banner ads, networking sites, RSS feeds, blogging, text messaging, streaming video, flash e-cards, email marketing, splash pages, mobile media, fun radio, fun cable, coffee cup sleeves, sporting event and/or program advertising.
They REJECT the traditional!
Recruiting 1.0 The Internet: “ It’s Not Your Father’s Recruiting Anymore”
Recruiting 2.0 - Applying Web 2.0! Google Facebook YouTube
Structure of Social Networks Anthony Robin Barry Sandy Trade Assoc Mike Shelia Adam Evan Matt Friends Frank Jenn Chet Sue Barry’s Co Workers Lois Terry Leslie Joyce Bill’s Staff Bill Megan Anne Maria
More than 34 million registered users in over 150 industries and 400+ economic regions
LinkedIn allows its users to invite other professionals and contacts to be a part of their network (and be known as a ‘connection’
Features of LinkedIn – Your Network 2) Contact information not available, can access through your connections and connections shared with the contact. 3) Total number of people user can contact, can view their information, but not contact information Available at an additional cost 1) Direct contacts, full contact information available.
Getting Started Click here to register and start creating your profile. Follow step by step instructions to populate your profile
If a candidate is not a 1st degree connection through your LinkedIn network how do you reach out to them?
Profile Corporate websites Use the clues Search Engines Directories
Conducting Candidate Searches Profile: Use the Clues!
Finding Candidate Contact Information Google your clues. (Name, location, company name, college or university)
Finding Candidate Contact Information Google -- @companyname.com By obtaining other email addresses from the same company, you can often determine your prospect’s email address. In this example, we assume that Anne Nimke’s email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Features of Facebook Home page / News Feed: Notifications portal and aggregate view of friends’ updates Profile: A link to your Facebook profile to update your information and view public Wall posts Friends: List of your friends, sortable by network and customizable lists Inbox: Send a private message to one or many friends; compiled in a conversation view Search box: Global or network search for people, groups, fan pages Settings: Change privacy settings, who sees you and when