Sourcing has become more complex, more data-driven and more dependent on technology over the past few years. Those trends will continue into 2017 and beyond. With so many new tools, and so much data, how can sourcers figure out what is going to be helpful and what to let go this year?
In this webinar we’ll talk about some of the trends that will shape our work in the year ahead, focusing on data enrichment tools and social sourcing.
We’ll discuss how sourcers, recruiters and managers can pick and choose the most appropriate data enrichment tools, and how to use targeted API searches to surface the data you need. We’ll also cover the value of mapping the candidate journey from engagement to offer and how that can help maximize the value of your data.
Social sourcing has been with us for a while but it’s changing. In 2017, sourcers will have to focus on how to use social media more efficiently, while resisting the effects of automation to take a more human-centered approach. We’ll explore some approaches that work no matter the size of your business.
Attendees will leave the session with a clear perspective on sourcing trends for 2017 and in particular:
- How to choose the most appropriate tools and APIs to search data more efficiently
- How mapping candidate journeys can help you throughout the sourcing process
- Why you don’t have to be a big-name brand to get results from social media in 2017
Join our free webinar on Wednesday, January 25 to learn more about how trends in sourcing will affect the way you work in 2017.
Our speaker, Angela Bortolussi, will share her knowledge and expertise in the technical side of recruiting, emerging trends and what’s coming up for sourcers.
Who should attend? This webinar is for sourcers who want to learn about new tools and techniques that will improve sourcing efficiency and success in 2017 . Join us on Wednesday, January 25.
The webinar will fill up fast. Register for free to reserve your seat now.
Can’t attend? No problem! Register for the webinar, and you’ll receive a link to view the video recording the next day.