NEW YORK, NY--(Aug 18, 2014)-
Louis Vong, vice president, Digital Strategy, for TMP Worldwide Advertising & Communications, LLC, a global, tech-enabled talent acquisition company
Will lead a session titled "Candidate Experience in the New Digital Age: Innovations in Social Media & Mobile Devices for an Optimized Candidate Experience" at the 2014 California HR Conference.
Monday, August 25 - Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Vong will present on Wednesday, August 27 from 8:00 a.m. - 9:15 a.m. PDT
Anaheim Convention Center
800 W Katella Avenue
The rise of social media and mobile devices has made the Internet more personal, changing how candidates communicate as well as what they expect from potential employers. Even though each candidate is different, many employers still treat them the same, especially online. What these organizations fail to realize is that the changing digital landscape is rewriting recruiting and that in order to remain competitive, talent acquisition strategy needs to change.
During the 2014 California HR Conference, Louis Vong, vice president, Digital Strategy, for TMP Worldwide Advertising & Communications, LLC, will uncover the importance of evolving talent acquisition strategies and communications that address the changing digital landscape and trends in order to promote a positive candidate experience. Louis will explain why employers need to account for candidate expectations and how to incorporate digital trends into their recruiting strategy in order to attract a high volume of qualified candidates. In addition, he will discuss the impact of social media and how employers can fully leverage these networks to enhance talent acquisition and how gamification can improve the onboarding experience. Attendees will learn about how building a device-agnostic digital brand can help improve talent acquisition at their organization and reach new candidates across all mobile devices.
Human resource professionals, recruiters and hiring managers interested in learning how to optimize the candidate experience at their organization are encouraged to attend this session. More information about the 2014 California HR Conference is available at: http://cahr14.org.