Summit 2013 - Sourcing2: Best Practices for Organizing a Talent Community

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Huddle up as Jobvite’s Director of Product Management reveals a strategic sourcing playbook designed to help you build and organize a talent community. This informative session will explore techniques and handy tools for customization, grouping and collaboration with your talent pools in Jobvite Engage.

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  • Who I amWho’s on the new product design?Who is currently using JV Engage?What’s Jobvite Engage: Provides powerful tools that truly connect you with quality prospects so that you can build a lasting talent pool.  Theses tools help organizations:Quickly amass their own talent community in to centralized systemNurture and engage that community Track and convert the community to high quality candidates and hires
  • Customize the Contact record to better meet the needs of you organization and sourcing process
  • Examples of custom fields being used
  • App lets you have job seekers submit themselves to your talent communityA great way to reduce drop off rate on career sites
  • Customize for targeted pages and web page campaignsCreate as many as you want
  • Think of email campaigns as sub pools in your communityOr as “folders”
  • Thinks of saved searches as dynamic ‘folders’ that will stay up to date with your growing and ever changing talent community
  • Reflection of our customer’s hiringPossibly a reflection of how some skills overlap
  • Automate tags with the Join Us AppBe sure to add as you bring contacts in – it’s quick and will help you organize from the get goBreak up your bulk importing if needed or use the excel template
  • Get creative and more powerful organization with a shorthand plan
  • Contact tasks are part of the contact record history viewable by all Jobvite Engage users
  • Part of contact history and viewable to all JV Engage users
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