Christine Nichlos, CEO of People Science, and Elaine Orler, President and Co-Founder of Talent Function Group
Will deliver a webinar titled “It’s 2011. Do You Know Where Your New Hires Are?”
May 25, 2011 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. ET
This complimentary webinar is hosted by HR.com.
Please register by accessing this link: http://www.hr.com/
What are the secrets behind highly successful talent acquisition departments?
• Common obstacles and not so common ways around them
• Making technology work for you as compared to you working for technology
• What recruiting skill sets do you really need?
• Balancing Process, Sourcing, and Relationships
• Leadership vs. Management - Management vs. Production
• Your biggest pain points: the gifts in the garbage
Each webinar participant will receive a recruitment self-survey for individual use and review.
More About People Science
From its inception in 1997, companies have relied on People Science to “break the code” of their toughest and most complicated recruiting efforts. Acknowledging the importance of taking a fresh approach when in a War for Talent, People Science creates processes, methodology and “out of the box” recruiting ideas to bring resolution to clients’ critical staffing goals. As a result, People Science has completed many RPO projects and considers itself as a pioneer in the field of Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO). People Science provides End to End, Augmentation and Project RPO Services. People Science can assume a portion of a recruitment segment, entire departments, or the companies’ complete recruiting department. More information can be accessed at http://www.people-
About Talent Function Group
Talent Function Group is a consultancy whose mission is to facilitate the evolution of the corporate staffing function. Talent Function helps staffing leaders and solution providers to deliver results for their clients and combines project-based consulting with executive coaching services to address the people, practices, and software that make up the Talent Acquisition function. To learn more, visit http://www.talentfunction.com