On Recruitment Source Effectiveness

Have you nailed your recruiting metrics strategy? Have you already moved to addressing your cognitive talent strategy? Or, like many others, are you still cleaning up yesterday’s data cluster? Share your feedback, and join us as we discuss the successes and challenges from top employers when it comes to tracking source of hire/influence.

Listen to a Conversation:

Picture of Mary Grace Hennessy, Lorn Epstein and Gerry Crispin (Left to Right)

Listen in on this lively discussion about Source Effectiveness for Recruiting, why it matters and what we can be doing about it. This was recorded in June 2019 at the Unleash Conference with the the Lorn Epstein Show with Gerry Crispin and Mary Grace Hennessy had with Lorne Epstein on this topic.

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Watch the Webinar: May 23, 2019 at 1PM EST

Join Gerry Crispin, Martin Burns, Mary Grace Hennessy and the practitioners below for a lively discussion on what’s working and where we have room for improvement in the realm of recruitment source data.

Jennifer Tracy
VP Talent Solutions
Adam Eisenstein
Global Recruiting Brand Manager
Allyn Bailey
Global Talent Acquisition Manager

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A little background. A few months back, we wrote this post on the GraceRock Blog that got Gerry Crispin’s attention, which has lead to this continued discussion and the proposition that perhaps there is a better way to inform both providers and practitioners collectively so we can all build better solutions together. If we can’t make sense of the data, what’s the point?

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