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Inside Career Website Redesigns

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In the beginning, career websites were little more than online brochures. The arrival of social media and real-time conversations changed all that. Career sites had to develop rapidly to keep up with more interactive features, deeper content and continuous updates.

Today’s best career websites are as complex and rich as their companies’ consumer-facing sites, and they’re also under increasing pressure to optimize for iPhone and tablets and to provide full mobile recruiting capabilities.

The career website is a vital component of the talent acquisition process, and more and more, marketing and human resources professionals are taking a closer look how to deliver enhanced results and a best-in-class candidate experience.

What You’ll Get

In this webinar, we’ll delve into best practices and the trends that will affect career websites and discuss the options for new or re-designed sites that will meet the needs of tomorrow’s candidates.

Our speaker Jody Ordioni will be sharing stats and advice from the talent community and speaking with Jennifer Terry about her re-design journey of the ERE-award-winning AT&T Careers site.

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Who Should Attend?

Whether you’re among those planning a careers website redesign or are just interested in keeping up on the latest best-practices and trends, you won’t want to miss this webinar! Please register soon as the webinar will fill up fast.

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Presented by:

Jody Ordioni

Jody Ordioni is the author of “The Talent Brand.” In her role as Founder and Chief Brand Officer of Brandemix, she leads the firm in creating brand-aligned talent communications that connect employees to cultures, companies, and business goals. She engages with HR professionals and corporate teams on how to build and promote talent brands, and implement best-practice talent acquisition and engagement strategies across all media and platforms. She has been named a "recruitment thought leader to follow" and her mission is to integrate marketing, human resources, internal communications, and social media to foster a seamless brand experience through the employee lifecycle.