Many of today’s organizations struggle with a two-fold hiring challenge: finding and hiring top tech talent to fill critical skills gaps and finding numerous new employees to meet high-volume, repetitive hiring needs. In both situations, speed-to-hire and quality of hire
are vital to the success of their talent acquisition strategies.
Instead of sourcing candidates the outdated way, their experience should be a collaborative one based on video-enabled recruiting and two-way communication where their interest can be actively nurtured. For those who aren’t the right fit for a current opening, developing this collaboration means creating a deeper talent pool when new opportunities arise that may be a match for them, and encourage them to share such opportunities with their peers.
To accomplish this, organizations are now implementing a modern, candidate-centric approach to recruiting - Total Talent Acquisition. In fact, according to Brandon Hall Group’s High-Performance Talent Acquisition Framework, Total Talent Acquisition is a culmination of the process of identifying, engaging, assessing, hiring and onboarding talent in order to successfully growing an organization’s workforce.
Join PeopleFluent for a live interactive webinar with Brandon Hall Group analysts Madeline Laurano and Kyle Lagunas on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 2pm EST. Moderated by Total Talent Acquisition Marketing Director, Kevin Grossman, the Brandon Hall Group analysts will present the three phases of their high-performance talent acquisition framework and the actionable steps to execute effectively.
Their model represents the three phases of a high-performance framework that aligns to a refreshed set of key performance indicators (KPIs):
• Plan & Prepare
• Identify & Evaluate
• Acquire & Engage
All registrants will receive Brandon Hall Group’s “Key Practices to Excel in Talent Sourcing” research brief after the Webinar is broadcast.
And everyone is invited to join the conversation before, during, and after the Webinar by using the hashtag #PFLiveChat on Twitter!