Posted on September 9, 2007
Filed Under Webinar | Comments Off on Shally’s Way: “Recruitment Research: Build or Buy?” Kennedy Webinar with Shally next Thursday
By Shally Steckerl, Founder, JobMachine, Inc.
When? Thursday, September 13, 2007 at 1-2 p.m.(EST) / 10-11 a.m. (PST)
What? Recruitment Research: When to Build, When to Outsource
This is part 1 of the 3-Part “Building a World-Class Recruitment Sourcing and Research Program” Series.
Are your sourcers working on too many requisitions a month? It may be time to consider some external assistance with recruitment research.
I’ll discuss various reasons you might want to outsource your research efforts.
Internet sourcers, or researchers, for example, can save your organization money by providing your recruiters with candidates that may never have applied directly through your company’s website or online with one of your job posting partners. In other situations, you may want to remove any chance of accidentally sourcing directly from a sensitive client or customer.
But if none of these stumbling blocks apply to you in your organization, you should consider building your own dedicated sourcing team. We’ll discuss the advantages of building your own research organization in-house.
Here’s what we’ll cover in this webinar:
* Review the advantages to having your own internal, dedicated sourcing team
* Challenges to overcome when building your sourcing team
* Reasons to consider going externally for your recruiting research
* Potential risks to avoid when working with an outside vendor for your research
You can set up this webinar in a conference room and pay just one fee for as many attendees as you wish. It’s a great way to teach your entire team new tricks!
Order by Phone: 800.531.0007 or +1.603.924.0900 ext. 631
Fee for this seminar is $149 per line, you can order it online here:
If you can’t attend, you will still receive an audio/video CD which will be mailed to you shortly after the live event.
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