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Leading HR Executives Release Report on the Future of Talent Acquisition
NEW YORK, Oct. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Even as unemployment remains high globally, organizations are finding talent in short supply-and are fiercely competing for it. According to A Brave New World: Recruiting Talent in a Digital Age, a new "playbook" for practitioners in the field, social recruiting has become top-of-mind for human capital leaders and talent management professionals seeking to attract and retain top talent. The report draws from the analysis and first-hand experience of executives from 11 multinational corporations, including Campbell Soup Company, Cisco Systems and Deloitte, convened in a Research Working Group by The Conference Board.
"The days when companies rely on classifieds, job fairs, and employment exchanges are long gone," said Jonathan Wasserman, Director, Global Talent Management, Campbell Soup Company. "As more 'digital natives' enter the workforce, companies that don't integrate social media into their HR function and don't adopt a systematic social recruiting strategy will be left behind."
The report outlines recommendations from successfully using social media to attract, engage and recruit candidates. Among the key findings:
This report also includes four short embedded videos to allow readers to hear suggested practices directly from talent acquisition professionals.
Download the full report at this link:
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