Lead Your Team to Fall Recruitment Event Success
Entry-level talent pipelines are one of the hiring team’s best assets to hire quickly and within budget, but only 22% of organizations have a strong pipeline for critical positions.*
What is the key to developing an early talent pipeline? A well-managed, highly effective campus program.
A successful campus recruiting operation will lead to a pipeline of top, entry-level candidates recruiters can tap for future hires. Prepare team members to run a high-performing campus strategy that yields a strong pipeline by following these fall event success plans.
These three templates will help you position your team for fall recruiting event success by:
- Reviewing relevant event metrics
- Confirming event attendance musts
- Ensuring a candidate communication plan is in place
Increase Campus Recruiting Event Attendance at Your Booth
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Leveraging technology to create a proactive recruitment program
“Some large federal organizations participate in hundreds of recruitment events every year and have the teams and bandwidth to do that,” Jon Newman, Director of Federal Programs at Yello, said. “But what about the federal agencies who don’t have the resources and the people to go out to every event? You have to think about […]Government Recruiting
3 Reasons Why Yello Customers Boomerang
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