A minute of video is worth 1.8 million words,” according to Forrester Research's Dr. James McQuivey. To communicate effectively to your employees across the locations, even across the world, and on any device, there is no better way to than showing a video. From improving candidate experience, effectively communicating job opportunities, letting someone know he or she is hired, onboarding, training, benefits, etc…there is no better way to communicate consistently, clearly and with your company’s branding than to leverage digital video technology to tell your unique story.
Digital recruitment can be the key to an effective overall recruiting strategy. But the question is: Where to begin? This program will walk you through how to prioritize your digital recruiting and internet marketing options and show you how to develop strategic yet smaller initiatives designed to drive change and establish buy-in so that you can continue to move forward in your digital and online recruitment efforts.
Author and HR and talent acquisition consultant Jessica Miller-Merrell will discuss:
How to prioritize talent attraction efforts using digital strategies
Ways to leverage relationships within the organization to establish ROI and strategic partnerships
Creative digital strategies that every recruiter and HR leader should consider from programmatic ad buying, social media to using video in your recruiting.
As many organizations slow or pause hiring, HR leaders must focus on growing, reskilling and retaining their top talent to overcome economic uncertainties. Fortunately, today’s employees are just as eager to grow in their careers and yearn for more development opportunities.
There are three elements to high performance having work that has purpose, being skilled at your job, and providing autonomy to get the work done. We know how to create meaningful work and how to train employees to get the work done. The question becomes “How do organizations create autonomy?” In this webcast, Sharlyn Lauby, SHRM-SCP, author of the blog HR Bartender, and the Paycom team will have a conversation about creating autonomous work cultures.