Talent Acquisition: Right Here, Right Now

2017 Talent Management Conference & Exposition
Workplace Application: This session will show you how delivering a positive candidate experience ensures the best hires and how to connect recruiting to your organization’s business objectives.

Talent acquisition leaders often feel like they're drinking from a firehose and that they are constantly being reactive rather than proactive. Explore a new approach to recruitment that can streamline the process and accelerate time-to-fill with qualified, motivated talent. This session will present the Recruiting Continuum, enabling you to assess each stage of your current recruiting process and consider innovative ways to improve how you source and engage today's job seekers. You will:

·         Learn why reactivity is so prevalent in talent acquisition, plus how to transform processes into proactive strategies.

·         Understand the connection between talent acquisition as a profession and the employment economy.

·         Take away a road map to assess the current state of your recruiting efforts in order to identify gaps and plan
           for success in a way that aligns with organizational goals.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - 9:45am to 11:00am

Christine Nichlos

A visionary in the talent acquisition industry and a widely respected thought leader on all aspects of recruiting, Christine Nichlos is founder and CEO of People Science, the recruitment process outsourcing business and talent acquisition consulting corporation located in Shrewsbury New Jersey.
After leaving a leadership position at a national staffing company due to a lack of promotion opportunities for women, Nichlos founded People Science in 1997 to help companies solve their toughest hiring challenges and transform how they acquire the talent they need today and tomorrow.
Crystal Ballroom BC, West Tower, Lobby Level
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Concurrent Session
Relationship Management
HR Expertise
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