Where’s the Talent in Your Talent Management System?
Recruiters overwhelmed with requisitions and resumes, don’t often have time to pay attention to their recruitment site or candidate experience. Unfortunately, when talent management systems aren’t job-seeker friendly, it ultimately takes longer and costs more to get the best talent.
The webinar provided key insights into:
- Extending your talent management system to build your recruitment brand
- Simplifing your transition from applicants to new hires
- Increasing the number of completed applications on your career site
- Developing a communications strategy between yourself and high potential candidates to keep your recruitment pipeline full
- Facilitating on boarding and integrate new hires into your organization
Monster thanks our presenters Neal Bruce and Mark Hamdan
Neal Bruce has been in the recruiting industry for 14 years. Before coming to Monster, he was Director of Staffing for a global software organization. As Monster’s Vice President of Alliances, Bruce is responsible for creating and executing Monster’s HR Vendor Alliances strategies. He is a member of the Human Capital Institute’s National Advisory Board and a frequent speaker at HR industry conferences.
Mark Hamdan is founder and president of HRsmart, Inc., a Richardson-based ASP serving the Talent Management industry. Hamdan founded HRsmart in 1994 and has grown the organization to its current role as a major player in the $35 billion talent management industry. The company has ranked on the Inc 500 list for three consecutive years and was named the 8th fastest growing technology company in Texas in 2005 by Deloitte. Today HRsmart has 12 major technology solutions used by Fortune 500 and 1000 companies and has strategic alliances with other major talent management vendors.