ERE Webinar

It’s Not Them; it’s You – Engaging Passive Candidates

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By their very nature, passive candidates aren’t lining up to meet you. Passive candidates are quietly and happily getting on with being the star performer in their current role. Which makes them a very sought after commodity, but tricky to catch.

Making a successful play for a great passive candidate requires a variety of tactics and a lively network. Recruiters have to know who they’re approaching and also how to tempt hiring managers to “buy”. Developing a clear and effective pitch that’s targeted precisely, coupled with sincere and honest outreach will take you a long way.

But how effective is your network? Are you making use of an excellent employee referral program? How do you know which passive candidates are ambitious to move, and who is going to stay in their current role no matter what you offer?

Join our free webinar on Wednesday August 5 for real insights into identifying and engaging the right passive candidates, and building your own reputation as a star recruiter.

In this webinar our expert speaker, Arron Daniels will draw on his experience as a sourcing specialist with Northrop Grumman to share practical tips for laying the groundwork, reaching out to your target and using referral programs and other networks to get you closer to the prize.

Who should attend?

If you’re frustrated by past efforts to identify and attract passive candidates and want to take a more strategic approach, join us on Wednesday August 5.

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Presented by:

Arron Daniels

Arron Daniels, Recruiting Sourcer at H-E-B and Co-Founder of Source Houston, he specializes in technical & non-technical recruitment, and everything in between – he's a true firefighter when it comes to recruitment!

Arron started his recruiting journey in the military – recruiting military and signal intelligence and transitioned out of the service into a Sourcer role during his agency days in Houston. You can catch Arron contributing to Workology, RecruitingDaily and SourceCon.