Talent Acquisition:                        Spending too Much and Getting too Little?

Today’s recruiting managers face a triple-whammy of economic anxiety, employee turnover, and a shortage of highly skilled talent. Following recessionary cutbacks, recruiting departments are spread thin, leaving fewer resources to sort and seek prime candidates from an overload of resumes In this environment, talent acquisition teams need to scrutinize every investment and reengineer their approaches – incorporating new tools that target outstanding contenders.

Based on our latest research, this presentation shares insights and benchmarks to help recruiting managers make the best investments today and tomorrow.

During this webcast, Karen O’Leonard and Kim Lamoureux share the findings from the research, which will answer the following key questions:

  • How much are recruiting teams spending on different sources, tools, employment branding services and other initiatives?
  • How are recruiting teams staffing for success?
  • What sources are recruiters using, and how are professional networks and social media revolutionizing recruiting?
  • How are organizations increasing recruiter productivity and quality of hire?

Thank you for your interest in this webinar. We hope to see you at one of our other upcoming complimentary webinars.

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