Webinar Recap: Decrease Recruiting Time Without Sacrificing Quality

Webinar Recap: Decrease Recruiting Time Without Sacrificing Quality

20:08 15 August in Best Practices, Careers, Engagement, HR Technology, Human Business, Jobs, Recruiting, Sales, Staffing, Technology, Workplace
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On August 15, 2017, Scott Wintrip, author of High Velocity Hiring: How to Hire Top Talent in an Instant (McGraw-Hill, April 2017) lead a SmartSearch SmartPractices webinar. During the presentation, Scott addressed how better-interviewing methods improve precision and speed, why creating talent communities is a big advantage, along with best practices to increase your talent wealth.

Scott, also, discussed why using conventional interview methods when hiring set interviewers up to pick the wrong people. Conventional interviews give only the smallest glimpse of the candidate—and an inaccurate one at that.

According to a 2017 article in Business News Daily, a survey of CEOs within various industries cited that hiring talent is the fifth most challenging business initiative they face. Acquiring talent with a focus on finding people whose values align with the organization’s is a new way of thinking for many companies and one that many organizations struggle with in their learning curve.

The impactful and timely information presented by Scott Wintrip offered many tried and true tips to help eliminate counterproductive mindsets and common obstacles that hinder fasting hiring. Click here to learn more on this topic and to access the webinar recording.

SmartSearch is the proud sponsor of SmartPractices webinars in our series of best practices webinars for the HR, recruiting and staffing communities.

 

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Cyndy Trivella

cttrivella@gmail.com

Cyndy brings her 20 years' experience in HR marketing and communications to her marketing role. An early adopter of social media, she was recognized by Huffington Post as one of the most socially visible professionals in the Human Resources space.

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