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Podcast: Digital Transformation and the Talent Acquisition Landscape

Posted by The Symphony Talent Team on April 18, 2019 at 9:00 AM

What must forward-thinking HR leadership do to stay competitive in today’s candidate-centric recruiting environment?

Recently, Symphony Talent’s President and CEO, Roopesh Nair sat down with Holly Pennebaker, Digital Content Editor and Program Manager for the Human Capital Institute for a highly enlightening podcast. They chat about how digital transformation is impacting the recruiting landscape – and the tools and techniques today’s HR leaders need to embrace.

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Topics: digital transformation, Talent Marketing Technology

#NowTrending: Data and Analytics

Posted by Lauren Tartaglino on April 1, 2019 at 11:00 AM

From click behaviors, to the apply process, to data on employee conversations and performance, the HR community has been collecting an abundance of data over the years. Through this digital transformation, big data has presented a new way for Talent Acquisition teams to utilize analytics to better support their organization.

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Topics: #NowTrending, digital transformation, Analytics, Talent Marketing Technology

#NowTrending: Conversational Talent Marketing

Posted by Lauren Tartaglino on March 18, 2019 at 10:30 AM

We live in an omnichannel age, and just as brands need to shift gears and reinvent the way they communicate with their consumers, they need to rethink their candidate communications as well. Candidates are more like consumers than ever, and they expect a quick response and to complete the hiring process in days, not weeks - but all the while still making a human connection. This is where conversational talent marketing comes into play.

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Topics: #NowTrending, digital transformation, Talent Marketing Technology

#NowTrending: Talent Marketing Trends

Posted by Lauren Tartaglino on February 22, 2019 at 9:30 AM

As you continue to strategize for the year ahead, the “new year, new you” feeling might be fading, and it may become increasingly difficult to stay motivated and inspired. But to be successful, you have to keep the momentum going, and the driving force behind this is innovation. Successful organizations integrate innovation into company operations to improve key business challenges like candidate experience and employee productivity. Sometimes this means rethinking your strategy and approach, and sometimes this means introducing new technological solutions. Either way, innovation needs to be ongoing throughout the year, not just a plan put in place during the first quarter.

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Topics: #NowTrending, digital transformation, strategy, creative

Seasonal Hiring: 5 Tips for Getting Your 2019 Talent Pipeline Ready

Posted by Shannon Seery on February 19, 2019 at 9:00 AM

The major holidays are over – and summer’s still months away. But in industries like retail and hospitality, it seems the seasonal hiring cycle never stops. Proactive HR and Talent Acquisition teams are already planning for the next spike, building the talent pipeline they need to get through the upcoming crunch time.

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Topics: Talent Acquisition Strategy, digital transformation, Talent Marketing, creative

#NowTrending: Talent Marketing Trends

Posted by Lauren Tartaglino on February 4, 2019 at 9:01 AM

January may have felt like a year, but that’s because it's the time that everyone - organizations included - wants to set new goals and put a plan in place for the year ahead. In the world of talent acquisition that means reflecting on the previous year, analyzing your data and taking a step back to look at what’s going on in the world around you. Are there hard-to-fill positions that last year’s strategy didn’t fill? Did you meet your seasonal hiring goals? Were you able to increase your retention rates and keep your employees engaged? And of course, what was the impact on the organization’s bottom line?

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Topics: #NowTrending, digital transformation, strategy, creative

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