[Webinar] Faster Recruiting = Better Hires: Strategies to Help You Fill Positions Faster

You can find the webinar here. Enjoy Dr. John Sullivan’s September 6, 2018 webinar focused on the benefits of the faster hiring.

Are you struggling to hire top quality candidates? It may be that your hiring process is too slow. In this highly competitive job market, you can lose the best candidates to your competitors—long before you get around to making a hiring decision.

It’s time for hiring managers and recruiters to recognize that many top employment brands have already dramatically reduced the time it takes to make a hiring decision. And, in doing so, they’ve actually improved the quality of their hires.

Join us on September 6 for an all-new webinar chock full of insights from Dr. John Sullivan, one of the highest respected professionals in the recruiting industry. He’ll teach you “speed-of-hire” strategies and tools to help you fill more positions, faster, and with better performing new hires.

BONUS: You’ll get access to a speed-of-hire toolkit covering simple and effective approaches for increasing your hiring speed!

You’ll learn:

  • Why and how increasing hiring speed directly improves your quality of hire
  • The many additional benefits and business impacts from faster hiring
  • The primary reasons why most hiring processes are unnecessarily slow
  • Common implementation problems that you might encounter and how to get around them.
  • The benchmark firms to learn from

The slides are posted below for your convenience.

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About Dr John Sullivan

Dr John Sullivan is an internationally known HR thought-leader from the Silicon Valley who specializes in providing bold and high business impact; strategic Talent Management solutions to large corporations.

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