How To Build A Successful Mobile Recruiting Strategy

This is not just another webinar. Consider this your mobile recruiting strategy training plan. Because let's face it - you know that when it comes to mobile recruiting your company is either just getting started or isn't ready. We get it. It’s a big step – and a big opportunity. 

It’s also a big challenge.

With the help of our panel of mobile recruiting experts including Kyle Lagunas, Talent Acquisition Analyst, BHG; Lars Schmidt, Founder, Amplify Talent; Stéphane Le Viet, CEO and co-founder, Work4; and our managing editor, Matt Charney, we'll break down exactly what you need to build your own strategy during this live event including:

  • Finding the Right Tools and TechnologiesWith so many mobile recruiting point solutions and platforms to choose from, selecting the right technology can be critical.  We’ll look at some of the products and providers on the market and best practices for vendor selection and implementation.
  • Social Media & Mobile Engagement: We’ll hear some of the best ways to engage candidates and amplify your message on social media, as well as how technologies like SMS and mobile-enabled CRM capabilities are changing the way employers engage with candidates on the go.
  • Mobile Metrics & Measurement: Learn different approaches for measuring, analyzing and reporting mobile recruiting results as well as the critical success metrics and benchmarks established by the early adopters – and their employers – on the panel.
  • Mobile Strategy: Learn how to build mobile into your existing processes and workflow, and optimize existing systems and solutions while incorporating mobile into your current talent acquisition strategy.

We’ll be taking questions from real recruiting and talent practitioners throughout the discussion, so if you’d like some expert advice and specific tips & tricks to ensure your mobile recruiting success, this is one webinar you won’t want to miss.

* If you can’t attend, register anyway! We’ll send the recording and slides after the webinar.

Featuring:

Kyle Lagunas, Talent Acquisition Analyst, BHG
As the Talent Acquisition Analyst at Brandon Hall Group, Kyle heads up research in key practices in sourcing, recruiting, assessing, hiring and retention strategies. Through primary research and deep analysis, he keeps today’s business leaders in touch with important conversations and emerging trends in the rapidly changing world of talent. Kyle has spent the last several years offering a fresh take on the role of technology as part of an integrated talent strategy, and focuses on providing actionable insights to keep leading organizations a step ahead. Previously the HR Analyst at Software Advice, he is regular contributor on SHRM’s We Know Next and TLNT, and his work has been featured in Forbes, The New York Times, Business Insider, Information Weekly, and HRO Today.

Lars Schmidt, Founder, Amplify Talent

Lars Schmidt is the Founder of Amplify Talent, an employer branding and recruiting consultancy based in Washington DC. He’s also the Co-Founder of Evolver, a social business strategy & training firm. Prior to launching Amplify Talent, Lars was the Senior Director of Talent Acquisition & Innovation at NPR where he was responsible for providing leadership and advocacy for talent acquisition strategies that aligned with NPR’s strategic mission and core values. Lars held various HR and recruiting leadership roles with companies including Ticketmaster, Magento, Pencom Systems and several startups in Los Angeles.

Lars is a fierce advocate for progressive HR with a strong track record in leveraging innovative talent and recruiting strategies. Lars was named a Top 100 Influencer by HR Examiner in 2012. He was included in The Huffington Post’s Top 100 Most Social HR Experts on Twitter and LinkedIn’s 50 Most Popular Recruiting Influencers in 2013. He was also a contributor to The Society of Human Resources (SHRM) first book on social mediaYou can follow him on: Twitter at @ThisIsLarsFacebook, and LinkedIn.

Stéphane Le Viet, Co-Founder and CEO, Work4™

Stéphane Le Viet is the CEO and co-founder of Work4™. He oversees the company’s daily operations and is responsible for leading product development, technology and business strategy. Having co-founded two other tech businesses and taught at Sciences Po and the London School of Economics, Stéphane brings over ten years of startup experience and HR technology expertise to the company. Prior to Work4, Stéphane worked at McKinsey & Company in New York and at Hellman & Friedman, a leading private equity firm. Stéphane earned his MA in Applied Mathematics from Harvard University and his BS/MS in Electrical Engineering from Ecole Polytechnique.

Matt Charney, Managing Editor, RecruitingBlogs.com

Matt has walked the walked. He has worked with some of the world’s biggest brands including Disney and Warner Brothers as both a recruiting and marketing leader. Now we’re lucky enough to call him one of our own as he works with the top content creators in this industry to create the community recruiters can call home.

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Tags: Human Resources, hiring, mobile, recruiting, recruitment

Comment by Anna Brekka on September 2, 2014 at 4:37pm

This should be good just look at the speaker line-up! 

Comment by Nicholas Meyler on September 3, 2014 at 12:47am

Why do I need a "mobile strategy"? How does it differ from any other strategy in recruiting?  Most people's emails are forwarded to their mobile device anyway, so why does it matter?  I contact people via mobile devices all the time, so what's unique or special or different about it?  How does it differ? 

I've read a lot about how 'mobile recruiting' is a key new trend, but I'm not getting any hard data on why it matters or is different.  I'd like to understand better.

Comment by Anna Brekka on September 3, 2014 at 4:46pm

I hope you register and ask the question.  But mobile recruiting is not just about emailing, texting (SMS) or the calls. It's also about insuring your job listings, career site and application process is mobile friendly. Think of it as the candidate’s tool. 

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