SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Jul 25, 2016) -
Talent Board, founding organization of the Candidate Experience Awards
Will host a series of 30-minute, informative webinars for employers as well as job seekers throughout the month of August.
Tuesday, August 2 - Wednesday, August 31, 2016
For more information and registration details, visit: http://www.thetalentboard.org/resources/webinar.
There's more to candidate experience than simply moving through the recruiting process. Whether on the employer side or an individual actively looking for a new opportunity, candidate experience touches every aspect of talent acquisition. In response to a growing need for quality candidate experience resources, Talent Board, founding organization of the Candidate Experience Awards, has developed a new webinar series designed to meet the needs of employers as well as job seekers.
During the Dog Days of Summer Webinar Series, Kevin Grossman, vice president, North American Program for Talent Board, will host CandE Council members -- industry influencers and insiders who are tireless Talent Board volunteers -- on a variety of topics related to the candidate experience. Drawing on the program's ongoing research, Grossman and his guests will cover everything from communicating company culture and video interviewing to social recruiting and employer branding. Webinar attendees will learn about best practices and take away actionable tips that can be applied to their own careers or organizations. The schedule for this series is as follows:
Employers and job seekers are encouraged to attend these engaging sessions. For more information and registration, visit: http://www.thetalentboard.org/resources/webinar.
About Talent Board
Talent Board is a non-profit organization focused on the elevation and promotion of a quality candidate experience. The organization, Candidate Experience Awards program and its sponsors are dedicated to recognizing the candidate experience offered by companies throughout the entire recruitment cycle and to forever changing the manner in which job candidates are treated. More information can be accessed at http://www.thetalentboard.org.