The New Era of Recruiting

June 11, 2014
8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Drexel University LeBow College of Business - Malvern Campus 2 Liberty Blvd Malvern, PA 19355

Approved for 3.5 HRCI Credits!

The perfect storm in talent acquisition is happening now and will intensify.  As the market opens up and companies hire to meet their demands, employees will begin to “move on” compounding the issue.  The competition for top performers will require a targeted, diversified and personalized recruiting process. “The New Era of Recruiting”, sponsored by Hire One (a CCEDC Initiative) and the Greater Valley Forge Human Resource Association, will explore a number of today’s challenges and share what today’s recruitment marketer is doing to stay ahead.

Join us for a morning of insights as we address new recruiting trends in today’s market in these informative sessions:

Clicks vs. Cliques: The Recruitment Value in Online Communities
Presented by Joe Stubblebine of

As communities like Facebook and LinkedIn continue to evolve and expand, recruitersmust diversify their strategies for reaching and relating to their target audience as they seek to connect with and acquire talent. This session will explore ways that companies can engage candidates in a more thoughtful manner by interacting with them inside the online communities they frequent.

Hiring Resources Available from PA CareerLink
Presented by John Brunken, Supervisor, PA CareerLink – Chester County

A brief overview of the menu of recruitment services offered by Pennsylvania CareerLink including the Job Gateway System and On-the-Job Training funds.

Key Trends in Recruitment Marketing
Presented by Josh Gampel of Recruitics, Inc.

This session will explore a number of today’s challenges and share what today’s recruitment marketer is doing to stay ahead. Topics include the state of job boards in this competitive market, how to determine your social media ROI, incorporating key recruitment functions into the mobile experience, and how to implement a data driven approach to your recruitment process.



This event is funded by the Chester County Workforce Investment Board

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