The talent acquisition market is in a state of constant change. Keeping up with the latest trends can feel overwhelming when the people, process and technology landscapes are shifting. In order to prepare for the future of talent acquisition, today’s companies need to think more strategically about total talent solutions, alignment with business needs, data that can drive decisions, and the role of the recruiter.
During this webinar, Jim McCoy, Managing Director for Scout, and Madeline Laurano, founder of Aptitude Research Partners and an expert in evaluating the role of technology in talent acquisition, take a look back on the pressures of 2019 and think ahead to the trends driving 2020. They provide key insights and takeaways to help companies prepare for the next year and beyond including:
- A closer look at delivering a total talent acquisition strategy
- The metrics that matter for understanding the performance of recruiters and TA teams
- Data that can be used to drive decisions and impact hiring success
- Partnering with technology providers to help you achieve results
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Founder at Aptitude Research
Madeline has been an industry analyst for the past 16 years. She specializes in talent acquisition and engagement research. Her research focuses on how technology can help to improve efficiencies and the overall user experience. Prior to founding Aptitude, Madeline worked for Bersin by Deloitte, Aberdeen Group, and ERE Media.
Managing Director, Scout Exchange
As Scout’s Managing Director, Jim leads all client-facing functions including Sales, Customer Success, Marketing, and Strategic Partnerships. He brings over 15 years of experience in the talent acquisition industry, most recently having served as Vice President and Global Practice Leader of Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) for ManpowerGroup (NYSE: MAN).
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