The 2018 Nonprofit Talent Management Strategies Survey indicated a top priority of many nonprofits is to strengthen internal capacity around interviewing skills and practices. This means that nonprofits need to have nimble and efficient recruitment processes to compete for talent, and technology is a huge part of that talent acquisition equation. While video and new HR technologies for recruitment have made the interviewing process a lot more fun, these new developments have also added a layer of legalities that your nonprofit’s recruiters and hiring managers may be oblivious to, possibly exposing your mission to unnecessary harm. This webinar is for you if you know that your nonprofit has recently or will soon update its processes and technology tools for interviewing candidates. Listen now for immediate answers to your team’s and internal partners’ growing recommendations to incorporate more technology into your recruitment strategy. Plus, invite them to participate in the discussion to hear an update on emerging pitfalls first-hand.
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The results of Nonprofit HR’s 2019 Talent Management Priorities survey showed that employers identified strengthening internal capacity around interviewing skills among their top priorities in the talent acquisition area. Therefore, we wanted to take this opportunity to share thoughts on how technology can play a role in your recruitment processes which are aimed at being nimble and efficient in helping you compete for talent. Our speakers will address the role of technology in any legalities that should be considered.
The Talent Management Priorities Survey shows that interviewing skills ranked among the top three priorities that employers wanted to hear about.
We all know the technology out there right now that’s enhancing our screening and interviewing processes. I’m sure we’ve all experienced being bombarded by sales reps constantly wanting to sell us stuff, such as their new and exciting tools. We thought this would be a really good opportunity to explore some of these technologies and talk through the dos and don’ts.