The Ultimate #Yello18 Recap

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Talent Professionals





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Recruitment leaders from the world’s leading brands joined in Chicago for the 2018 Yello Conference held April 24-25, 2018. An exciting line-up of talent acquisition professionals, industry analysts and recruitment experts shared best practices and actionable takeaways. Read on for insights from a few #Yello18 speakers. 

Wes O’Donnell, a veteran of the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force, suggests establishing a veteran resource group to develop a stronger veteran hiring program.

Adam Godson, VP of Global Technology Solutions at Cielo, advised attendees to cultivate a polarizing employer brand that both attracts and repels candidates.

Kyle Lagunas, Research Manager at IDC, eased fears around automation in recruitment. Automation enables teams to scale, reduces redundancy and increases bandwidth.

Angie Verros, Founder of Vaia Talent, encourages recruiters to use social media to find common ground with candidates and stand out with unique outreach messages.

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Through industry keynotes and strategic breakout sessions, attendees learned the best ways to leverage technology to power recruitment programs and were among the first to access new data to understand the millennial workforce. Check out the top social posts and photos in the gallery below. Stay tuned for information about the 2019 Yello Conference!