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The Candidate Crucible

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Cohesively connecting both social media and mobile technology is crucial to a company’s success in today’s competitive recruitment marketplace. Companies need to engage and attract candidates in order to stay ahead of the competition. From a candidate’s perspective, it’s an expectation to be able to communicate and interact with prospective employers via social and mobile platforms. This session will examine how to harness and implement a process to integrate cutting edge mobile and social media practices into a current recruitment strategy.

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The Candidate Crucible

  1. 1. The Candidate Crucible A Therapy Session...
  2. 2. Your Speakers Kirsten Renner Director, Talent Acquisition Strategy Novetta Neal Anders Chief Technology Officer ZeroedIn Technologies, LLC
  3. 3. “If you already have the skills, you know…”
  4. 4. Help Me Help You.. Relax - We want this to work.
  5. 5. Be a person.. Help identify what your next best move is.
  6. 6. The recruiter can be your advocate.. Everyone wins!
  7. 7. The bait and switch.. It happens. Are you communicating?
  8. 8. 3-5 seconds.. Sell me. Capture my attention.
  9. 9. Why won’t they respond? It’s about how well you..
  10. 10. Are you coming on too strong? We see it all the time.
  11. 11. Are the fish biting? Dynamite!
  12. 12. Save room for pie? Being aggressively passive.
  13. 13. Does persistence pay off? A restraining order is in order.
  14. 14. Building long-lasting relationships.. Rome wasn’t built in a day.
  15. 15. I have a unique set of skills. And I’m going to find you..
  16. 16. Puppies! Breaking the ice, without breaking the bank.
  17. 17. Ninja Rockstar Growth Hacker Bingo!
  18. 18. So good you get it twice. Burner phones. Burner e-mail.
  19. 19. I don’t have.. job descriptions, yet. Or my interest.
  20. 20. If I had a dollar for every time.. Is it remotely possible.
  21. 21. Put your finger on the map. Consider the cost.
  22. 22. Recruiting is eventful. Feed and water your network.
  23. 23. Let me know the position you would like to create.
  24. 24. The conversation doesn’t end here..

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