In recent years, organizations have drastically reduced their budgets for talent acquisition and management.
Cutbacks also have been made to the HR staff, resulting in HR barely having enough time to do their regular work, let alone do some strategic planning.
Now, faced with increased pressure to hire the best candidates, HR must become more strategic in developing their talent assets, as a strong talent acquisition strategy can help organizations create a competitive advantage and achieve corporate goals.
This training session helps HR leaders develop and execute a talent acquisition strategy for attracting and retaining the best candidates.
By attending this audio conference, you will learn:
- How a strategy can rebuild the talent acquisition organization
- How to link talent acquisition to the bottom line
- The best practices in developing an integrated talent acquisitions strategy
- How to deploy a talent acquisition strategy
- How to leverage technology to support the strategy
About Your Speaker:
Brett Addis' background includes 13 years of Human Capital Management experience within the corporate and consulting environments. Today, Brett is a consultant for Knowledge Infusion. He defines client opportunities for operational improvement based on industry best practices and provides recommendations and implementations plans to create efficiency.
Prior to joining Knowledge Infusion, Brett held the positions of Vice President, Workforce &Analytics with Integrated Group Synergy focusing on delivering human capital management solutions and analytic consulting, Talent Management Consultant for the Bernard HODES Group, managing clients through all aspects of Talent Management and Branding strategies, and Managing Consultant for Futurestep, a Korn/Ferry company where he managed clients through talent management and technology strategies.
Brett's corporate experience includes, AVP, Human Resources with Washington Mutual Bank, HR Generalist with Assurant Solutions and Healthcare Recruiter/Generalist with McLeod Health.