ERE Webinar

Speed Up During the Summer Slowdown – How to Make Hires During the Hottest (and Slowest) Time of the Year

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How do you maintain hiring momentum in the middle of summer when you have 437 open positions across five regions, and your candidates and hiring managers are on vacation and often unreachable? The dog days of summer are nearly upon us, and if you’re like most recruiters, the metrics you’re held to aren’t going to be relaxed simply because half of your contacts are out of the office. You will still be required to perform, and you will still be expected to deliver.

It’s no secret that recruiting tends to cool and slow down during the hottest months of the year. On June 21st, join Will Thomson as he discusses what steps you can take to ensure the ground you gained during the first and second quarter isn’t lost.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

– How to prioritize hires with hiring managers

– How to effectively work with hiring managers’ vacation schedules

– How to improve and implement a recruiting strategy for leadership that will increase hires

Who should attend:

Recruiters and recruiting leaders who are eager to learn how to better manage the changing cadences of the recruiting lifecycle, especially during the summer months.

This webinar will fill up fast. Register now for free in order to reserve your seat. Can’t attend? No problem! If you register, you’ll receive a link to view a video of the webinar the following day. Everyone who attends the live broadcast will receive HRCI and SHRM credits.

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Presented by:

Will Thomson

Will Thomson is the Founder & President of Bulls Eye Recruiting, LLC which is headquartered in Austin, Texas. His organization recruits Sr. Sales, Marketing, and HR talent around the United States.  Will's 23 year recruiting career includes working for recruiting agencies such as Aerotek and also working as a corporate recruiter at Dell, eBay and Rosetta Stone.  Bulls Eye Recruiting was formed in 2012 as a blog which morphed into a recruiting agency in 2014.  His company works on both a retained and contingent search model for finding the best talent available in the marketplace.