Wanting to build a stable of passive job candidates and actually doing it are sometimes at odds. Separating true interested job-seeker from the window-shopper is a consistent challenge, and then there’s the balancing act of keeping the “pool” engaged ~ are they really a “candidate” if they aren’t interested in the jobs you represent?
As it happens, Fistful of Talent (with an assist from our friends at Jobvite) is here. Addressing the pain described above, FOT created our October webinar entitled “5 Easy Ways For Recruiters to Engage Talent Pools – Without Looking Like Complete Stalkers” to help solve the problem. Join us on October 3, 2013 at 1pm EST and we’ll hit you with the following:
- A simple definition of what a talent pool is, how you organize it in your ATS, and how to manage the concept of “opt-in” to the people you include in that talent pool. The definition of who gets included and “opt-in” is important, because you’re going to broadcast a bit over time– which will feel different (in a good way) to candidates included in the talent pool.
- A checklist of information (you already have access to) that those passive talent pool candidates would love to hear about. It’s a checklist! All you have to do is go find the info we list and you’re golden, Ponyboy.
- Data on best practices in thinking like a marketer (do you use email, LinkedIn, snail mail, text, etc.) to engage your talent pool – without looking like a stalker.
- Grand Finale, we’ll deliver the top 5 ways to engage talent pools – and for each engagement method, we’ll list what the communication looks like, where to find the information and why doing it the way we recommend is the best practice.
Special Bonus: we’re even going to give you a monthly calendar of what to do and when to do it related to our list of 5 ways for you to engage your talent pool. It couldn’t be simpler than that.
It’s time to make the talent pools you’ve built in your ATS actually like you and your company. Join us on for October 3, 2013 at 1pm EST, “5 Easy Ways For Recruiters to Engage Talent Pools – Without Looking Like Complete Stalkers” and we’ll show you how.