Topic: The “Recruitment and the Mobile Landscape” webinar will address how the growth of the mobile web has significantly impacted the way recruiters engage quality candidates, and share expert insights on tested mobile strategies that have helped optimize employers’ recruitment efforts. Learn about:
- The changing landscape of the mobile space
- Mobile trends and statistics
- Best practices for creating a mobile presence for recruitment
- Reaching a qualified space
- Creating and monitoring your mobile media strategy
- Leveraging software to get the most out of your mobile strategy
Speaker: David Tuttle, Vice President-Digital Strategy, TMP Worldwide
As Vice President of Digital Strategy for the Southeast, Mr. Tuttle works with some of the largest employer brands in the United States helping them understand how social media is a powerful tool to extend the company’s brand digitally. He has successfully advised clients such as Walmart and Home Depot on finding candidates that are the right cultural fit by evidencing their employer brands digitally. Mr. Tuttle brings more than seven years of experience to his job; four in digital advertising and three in design and development.
Timing: Wednesday, August 10, 2011 (2:00-3:00pm EST)
Registration: To register for this webinar, please click here.
About TMP Worldwide
TMP Worldwide Advertising & Communications, LLC (www.tmp.com) is the world’s largest independent recruitment advertising agency and the only recruitment advertising agency recognized among the top 50 digital agencies. We are a single source for companies to communicate their employment offerings in order to recruit and retain the best talent. Through digital, social and mobile communications, ROI campaign management services, creative and brand management, diversity enrichment and media planning, TMP delivers industry specific results across virtually every sector in business and government. Headquartered in New York City with offices throughout North America, Europe, Asia and with affiliated around the globe, TMP continues to set the standard for measurable and cost-effective HR communications. TMP was formerly a division of Monster Worldwide, becoming an independent company in 2006.