Join us this Thursday, March 25th at 4 p.m. EST for a live discussion with industry-leading recruiters from Abbott and Northwestern Mutual to learn about new strategic recruiting initiatives used at their companies. This webinar will showcase best-in-class information about employer success, as these leading recruiters share practical insights and tips on recruiting and attracting top candidates—which, of course, has been especially challenging in the past year due to Covid-19.
Moderated by Vault, the webinar will address several recruiting issues, including how the recruitment landscape has changed, how recruiting teams are adapting in the age of Covid-19, the new recruiting processes and tools being implemented, how teams have re-invented recruiting events, and more.
In addition, the webinar will address talent attraction issues such as how schools have limited or expanded access to students this year, how partnering with career services and schools has changed in a virtual environment, how recruiters are using Vault and other platforms to reach and influence students, why students are accepting or not accepting internship offers, and more.
Here are the details of the webinar:
Time: Thursday, March 25, 2021 at 4 p.m. EST
Moderator: Claudia Grillo, Managing Director, Recruitment Marketing, Vault
Participants: Bryan Quick, Director Talent Acquisition of Global University Relations & Intern Programs, Abbot; Lauren Rusnak, Onboarding Consultant - Field Experience, Northwestern Mutual
How to register: You can sign up to receive the Zoom link to the webinar here.
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