Learn how to spread your talent net deeper and wider in our webinar

Net deeper

Frustrated with the skills shortage in your existing, over-harvested talent pools? Fresh talent is ripe for the picking, as leading in-house resourcing and talent professionals will share in Recruiter’s first-ever in-house recruitment webinar next week.

Thu, 30 Jun 2016

 

Frustrated with the skills shortage in your existing, over-harvested talent pools? Fresh talent is ripe for the picking, as leading in-house resourcing and talent professionals will share in Recruiter’s first-ever in-house recruitment webinar next week.

Jon Hull, group head of resourcing for construction & engineering firm Carillion, and Robert Stone, head of talent for creative, digital & marketing firm McCann, will be joined by Glassdoor client relationship director Stephen Williams in an hour-long discussion on 6 July from 1-2pm BST. 

Recruiter editor DeeDee Doke will host the Glassdoor-sponsored event ‘Dive deep, spread your net wide: Discovering new talent pools with a different kind of fish’.

“Our speakers will offer practical advice on rethinking where you cast your net for that next great hire,” Doke said. “We’ve all heard theoretical discussions about targeting specific sites and publications and organisations. In our webinar, you’ll learn how to think about talent in a new way.”

Click here to register. And join in the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #deepdivetalent

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