So you think “Big Data” doesn’t apply to your small or mid-size company? Hiring the right candidates means profitability for businesses, of all sizes and shapes.
Join David Bernstein as he explores adopting an evidence based recruitment marketing strategy based on Big Data and learn how talent acquisition professionals gain the insights their organizations need to make better informed recruitment marketing decisions.
When: Wednesday, December 18 at 2:00 PM EDT Register Here
Unable to attend on those dates? No problem. Register online for the Dec. 18 webinar and you will automatically receive a link to the webinar recording to view at your convenience.
As always the TLNT webinars are complimentary.
Interested in learning how “Big Data” can help improve your company’s HR and Recruiting functions? We have an upcoming webinar on TLNT that will show you everything you need to know.
Check out, “Big Data Recruiting – What it is, What it is Not, and Why You Need Recruiting Analytics Regardless” with Mark Tortorici, sponsored by Jibe, on Nov. 21 at 2 pm EST. Also, stay tuned for TLNT’s upcoming webinar December 18th with David Bernstein on “Enabling Success With Big Data – Driven Talent Acquisition” sponsored by Jobvite.
Unable to attend on those dates? No problem. Register online for the Nov. 21 webinar and you will automatically receive a link to the webinar recording to view at your convenience. As always the TLNT webinars are complimentary.
Want to turn your HR organization into an elite team that could effectively respond to any emergent condition and corporate expectation? Learn how during an upcoming webinar presented by Marco Avila, the General Manager of Human Resources at Maersk Central America Cluster. Maersk is the largest shipping company operating in Panama. Marco will share how they developed a leadership strategy and the secrets which have enabled his group to operate like a SWAT team.
When: Thursday, September 26, 2013, 2:00 PM EDT Register Here
Right now, several of your employees are updating their Facebook statuses. Oh, your company blocks Facebook at work? That won’t stop your employees from accessing Facebook on their phones and at home. However they choose to engage online, in an upcoming TLNT Webinar, a lawyer who actually uses social media will update HR professionals on the legal issues affecting social media, and provide updated best practices to avoid the issues that an otherwise unprepared organization could face.
Join us for this TLNT webinar with Eric Meyer, a partner in the Labor & Employment Group of Philadelphia-based Dilworth Paxson LLP. Eric will share the latest information on social media and the law, as it affects the workplace.
When: Thursday, September 12 at 2:00 PM EDT Register Here
The future of human resources must look different than its past. This is certain. Advances in technology, radical demographics shifts, and globalization have already dramatically impacted the work of human resources. And more big change is coming.
In May 2013, a group of forty leaders from both the corporate human resources and consulting ranks, came together for a two-day think tank. Their challenge? To “re-imagine the role of Human Resources.” The result of the project is a compelling vision for the future for HR’s work and four imperatives that HR must meet to successfully navigate this emerging frontier.
Join us for this TLNT webinar with Jason Lauritsen, CEO of Talent Anarchy and co-facilitator of The Frontier Project, to learn more about how this group imagined HR’s next frontier and how to prepare yourself with the knowledge and skills you will need to lead HR and your organization into the future.
When: Tuesday, August 20, 2013 at 2 PM Eastern
Unemployment is falling. Turnover is rising. Tighter labor markets and unfilled positions are coming back. And recruitment and retention are moving up the urgency list. As companies search their toolkit for proven ways to get and keep the best and brightest, flexibility is at the top of their list. Surely it will perform as claimed. Or will it?
Join Paul Rupert, a global leader in workplace flexibility, for a one-hour webinar on Thursday, July 11 at 2 PM eastern time. He will challenge the myths of flexibility and demonstrate that the retention effect of flexible schedules is not so “sticky” as many believe. Paul will show how the recruiting potential is far less than commonly claimed, and that employers can change their practices to strengthen flexibility’s impact.
You will leave this session with a clear understanding of the gap between myth and reality and a strategy to close it. Already booked on Thursday, July 11? Go ahead and register for this complimentary webinar, sponsored by Jobvite, and you will automatically receive an email the day after with a link to the recording and a copy of the presentation.
Full details on the webinar, and other upcoming webinars, click here.
You may have missed the announcement about the reimagined Recruiting Innovation Summit on ERE.net (ERE Media is TLNT’s parent company).
This May 14-15 in San Francisco, we plan on unveiling a summit that is on the cutting edge of recruiting. We’re not just focusing on corporate recruiting, either. We’re going to be covering all aspects of the talent acquisition process. We need your help, though.
First, if you are doing something innovative in talent acquisition, we want to hear from you. We don’t care if you’re a recruiter, HR pro, sourcer, independent headhunter, consultant or vendor. If you’re a HR vendor startup, I encourage you to apply to be a part of our program via the startup competition application. For any other innovative parties, send me a quick note (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Second, we want you to be there. New companies and products will be making their first major appearance there. You will see things you haven’t seen before. And ultimately, our audience will decide which startup, product and process will be crowned champion.
If you missed last year’s big TLNTup during June’s annual SHRM conference in Las Vegas, well, let’s just say you missed one hell of a party.
There’s no need to revisit all that you missed — although the TLNTinis were a big hit and particularly potent — but if you regret that you missed it (or went and had a blast), well, you’ll get another chance later this month in Atlanta.
Yes, we’re doing it again. It’s TLNT’s Second Annual TLNTup, and it will take place on Sunday evening June 24, from 7:30-9:30 pm, at STATS Restaurant & Bar in Atlanta, during SHRM’s annual conference. Read more…
What’s it like to have Brad Pitt play you in a movie? Billy Beane, general manager of Major League Baseball’s Oakland Athletics, is one of the few people in the world who knows how it feels.
The reason Beane is the subject of Moneyball, a (New York Times best-selling) book and (Academy Award-nominated) movie, is because of his revolutionary methods of evaluating baseball players. He used objective, advanced data to make his baseball hires instead of more traditional statistics and gut instincts. It doesn’t sound crazy but it flew in the face of everything that people who evaluated baseball talent thought at the time.
His unique approach to talent management is why he keynoted the inaugural TLNT Transform conference in Austin, Texas, and his unusual approach has lessons for all executives, talent managers, and HR pros.
If you’ve been to a Hard Rock Cafe before, you know how unique the restaurant experience is there. But besides the memorabilia, music and videos playing non-stop, what makes the Hard Rock special?
Jim Knight, Senior Director of Training at Hard Rock International, kicked off the first-ever TLNT Transform conference in Austin, Texas talking about how Hard Rock builds their own team of rock stars. And even if your idea of a rock star employee is a salesperson who can close deals or a person who can swing a hammer, he offers 10 ways to build the team you need to succeed.