This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve and Trish were joined by Mary Battle, employer branding and campus programs lead at Panasonic NA. Mary shared insights on how she approaches creating and sharing the Panasonic employer brand and keeping the company at the forefront of the candidate’s thinking about great places to work.
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Trish and Steve were joined by Francis Hyatt, Executive VP of Enterprise Talent Practices at Liberty Mutual, a Fortune 75 insurer, to talk about how the giant company engages and approaches the new and emerging talent it needs to keep meeting their important and challenging hiring goals.
This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve is joined by recruitment industry legend Jim Stroud, an expert in sourcing, recruiting, candidate attraction, branding and more to get the state of recruting in 2019 and the overall labor market and how that impacts organizations.
One of the negative consequences of today’s talent acquisition processes is that we have so many more candidates that don’t get picked for open jobs. With one-click apply, the availability of job boards, and other technologies to lower the friction of applying for jobs, employers have more candidates than ever flowing through their applications.
Today on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve was joined by Paul Wolfe, SVP of HR from Indeed to talk about modern approaches to the candidate experience and how organizations can provide better overall experiences to their job candidates.
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