"Using Social Sites to Connect with Global Candidates"
They say it's not what you know, it's who you know. Candidates have known for years that to get hired, they will need connections to the organization; the best often don't apply online or respond to an ad. Savvy social networking is about a lot more than how many "friends" or "links" a recruiter has, it's about how that recruiter uses the network to bring contacts into the fold.
Yet navigating through these labyrinths can be arduous and complicated for those new to talent acquisition. Even seasoned experts may not understand how to capitalize on the array of technology offered in the space, or how to convert their rolodex-style network into a modern workhorse. This learning track aims to discuss not just the new technology behind social networking but the fundamental thought processes needed to be successful.
TMP joined forces with Human Capital Institute (HCI), a global professional association, since May 2008.