Wednesday, August 28, 2019 @ 1 pm Eastern / 12 pm Central
High-turnover roles exist in almost every sector; and given continual talent shortages, recruiters often face additional challenges when it comes to these types of positions. What’s more, since these roles are often associated with stressful environments or tough work (and can come off as unappealing to candidates), how can you go about finding top talent for these hard-to-fill jobs to meet the growing demands of your clients?
In this 60-minute training session, industry expert Greg Doersching will provide you with the blunt reality of what needs to be done to find candidates that can endure roles that typically experience high turnover.
You’ll walk away from this eye-opening webinar armed with:
- Tools on how to build your story, and craft an attraction-based job description
- Strategies for making digital recruiting more effective
- Ways to better utilize your data base (with proven initial search and sorting tactics)
- Insight on what today’s candidates are listening for when recruiters call
- Comprehensive sourcing tactics to capture the attention of the three most-common candidate types
Expert Presenter: Greg Doersching
Greg Doersching is the award-winning creator and president of Next Level Coaching—one of the most comprehensive recruiting-training/owner-consulting programs in the country. He is also the president of the Griffin Search Group—a national search firm focused on direct-hire management recruiting.
Further, Greg is an international trainer who has presented hundreds of workshops and keynote addresses for the National Association of Personnel Services; the American Staffing Association; the Association of Canadian Search, Employment, and Staffing Services; Fordyce Forum; and numerous regional, state, and local groups. In 2017, he received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the
Continuing Education Credits (1.0 CE)
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