GCHRA Talent Acquisition Trends - Candidate Experience: COVID19 and the Business Impact - 7/21/20

11:45 am - 12:00 pm - Grab some lunch, join the meeting, and CONNECT!
12:00 pm - Brief announcements
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm - Feature presentation with Kevin Grossman
1:00 pm - 1:15 pm - Q&A. Those who care to stay a little longer are welcome!

Please note, the panel presentation will take place from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

When: 7/21/2020
11:45 AM to 1:15 PM
United States
Presenter: Kevin Grossman, Talent Board President
Contact: Christy Canty, Chapter Administrator

Online registration is available until: 7/20/2020

This meeting will be offered as a Virtual Event only.  After you complete your registration here, you will be given a link to register on Zoom, and will then receive meeting access information.

Pending Approval for:
1 SHRM Certification Credits
1 General HRCI Credits

Members Complimentary
Non-Members $15
RSVP by: July 20, 2020

*Prepayment is required to attend. Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover are accepted. No refunds will be provided after July 20, 2020.

COVID-19 has changed everything. Beyond the healthcare crisis that’s infected millions and killed hundreds of thousands, it’s also drastically altered the global economy and how employers recruit and hire people. For those employers who are hiring today, job candidates today are forced to traverse more automated recruiting and hiring technology than ever before. However, the candidate and new employee experience is still important, and how you’re treated as a job candidate will impact your perception of an employer and its brand for years to come. Even in the light of every changing every day, job candidates want a unique customer experience with employers they’re interested in — from before they even apply to being hired and beyond; from the human touch to today’s AI technologies. According to the Talent Board Candidate Experience (CandE) Awards and Benchmark Research over the past 9+ years, the candidate experience has been changing for the better. Communication and feedback loops are critical competitive differentiators. During this informative webinar, Talent Board and the Candidate Experience Awards president Kevin W. Grossman will share recruiting and candidate experience insights and best practices to keep in mind.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how employers can improve communication and feedback loops throughout the recruiting and hiring process
  • Gain strategies on ways recruiting technologies are empowering recruiting teams to provide a better candidate experience
  • Understand the impact bad candidate experiences have on organizations brand and publicly online
  • Learn how candidates may take their alliance, product purchases, and relationships elsewhere when they have a poor experience – and how they’ll increase it when it’s great

Kevin W. Grossman is the Talent Board president and a board member responsible for the Candidate Experience Awards worldwide. Founded in 2011, it’s the first nonprofit research organization focused on the elevation and promotion of a quality candidate experience with industry benchmarks that highlight accountability, fairness and business impact. He also hosts the popular Talent Board #TheCandEs Shop Talk podcast that covers recruiting and candidate experience. 

Kevin is an HCI certified Talent Acquisition Strategist (TAS) and Human Capital Strategist with over 20 years of domain expertise in the human resource and talent acquisition industry and related technology marketplace. He’s been a prolific "HR business" blogger and writer since 2004 and his first business book on career management titled Tech Job Hunt Handbook was released in December 2012 from Apress. Kevin holds a B.A. in Psychology from San Jose State University.

An avid reader, a grateful father and husband, he writes regularly about responsible parenting and personal leadership at GetOffTheGround

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