Gain a different perspective on alternative talent attraction techniques.
There have been hundreds of books written on recruiting and there isn't a one size fits all solution. Organizations need to use a variety of approaches based on the position they are sourcing and the market environment. The talent market is starting to tighten up. We had a similar experience during the latter half of the 90s. Many organizations raised the compensation bar to attract the best talent. But what if your organization doesn't have the ability to exponentially raise salaries? Do they lose out? Not necessarily. This topic, Moneyball Recruiting Win the Talent You Need, will address alternatives organizations may want to consider in sourcing and selecting talent. Organizations that continue to grow and survive are learning organizations that have a strong commitment to developing their talent and exploring new concepts and ideas. The individuals who help organizations thrive, are lifelong learners who take advantage of listening to new ideas and bring some of those ideas back to their organization. This information will provide a different perspective for many and reinforce what you already know for others.
- You will be able to review your current recruiting strategy.
- You will be able to discuss how to improve your current recruiting strategic plan.
- You will be able to explain how to create a template for implementing your own Moneyball recruiting strategy.
- You will be able to identify HRs role after the hire.
Who Should Attend:
- Human Resource Managers
- Personnel Managers
- Business Owners
- Business Managers
- Benefits Administrators
- Payroll Professionals
Key Topics Covered:
- Who Is Doing Your Recruiting?
- How to Equip Your Recruiting Team for the 21st Century
- The Moneyball Concept
- Moneyball Recruiting
- Helping Your New Hire Become a Winner
- Recruiter Responsibility After the Hire
- Performance Management
Gary Wheeler, SPHR, GPHR, CCP, CBP - The Virtual HR Director
For more information about this webinar visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rw3xms/moneyball?w=4