Wednesday, May 25, 2011
“Social” is bringing new opportunities and challenges to all parts of business, and human resources and recruiting are no exception. In this webinar, we will explore six new realities surrounding “social” recruiting and strategies you can employ to help you succeed in today’s social world. We’ll separate the myths from reality and share emerging practices on how social tools and tactics fit into an overall recruiting strategy.
In this webinar you will learn:
- Why “social” matters and how it’s changing business, HR and the recruiting landscape
- How to think about bringing social into your recruiting processes in ways that are relevant to your industry and company culture (it’s not a one size fits all world!)
- Where to learn more, get the support you need to be successful
About our speakers:
Senior Vice President of Global Communications and Social Media for Monster
Janet Swaysland is the Senior Vice President of Global Communications and Social Media for Monster Worldwide. At Monster, Janet connects people with people and people with ideas, using the best of what's always worked, the best of what works now, and keeping on top of what will work next. She is responsible for Monster’s public relations activities as well as all things Social.
Vice President of Client Adoption for Monster Worldwide
Eric Winegardner is Vice President of Client Adoption for Monster Worldwide. In his role at Monster, Eric is responsible for building and managing all client training and strategy consulting for employer customers. He and his team work with thousands of recruiters to perfect the art of online recruiting. He is a skilled professional recruiter with wide exposure to Internet sourcing. He joined the Monster team in 2004 after being a vocal customer for over six years.
Sponsored by: Nesco Resource
Nesco Resource is a recruitment industry leader, providing a full range of staffing and consulting solutions within the Engineering & IT, Clerical & Light Industrial, Accounting & Finance sectors since its’ founding in 1956. Additionally, Nesco offers specialty services including vendor management solutions, on-site operations, in-house design and drafting and much more. The company’s clients range from dynamic start-up organizations to many leading Fortune 500 companies. Learn more about Nesco Resource at www.nescoresource.com, visit our blog at www.thejobshopper.com and find us on Twitter @NescoResource.