Do., 25. Nov.|
the future of recruiting
how to win in the war for talent in 2022 - trends & hacks hire better. hire faster. and make it fun.
Time & Location
25. Nov. 2021, 15:00 – 17:00 MEZ
About the Event
For the past year, nothing in the world of work has been the same.
After the Covid-19 pandemic led to a temporary hiring freeze in many industries, things are now brightening up. Entirely new recruiting trends have emerged that were not at the top of HR managers' agendas a year ago.
This event will discuss the top 3 trends in recruiting and give hands-on advice on how to win in the war for talent in 2022 and beyond.
The biggest recruiting trends in 2022:
data, ai & automation in hiring by equalture
AI makes the recruiting process faster, more efficient, and frees up time for more important activities in a recruiter’s life.
#ai #bigdata #automation #recruitingtech
diversity, equity & inclusion by the female factor
Why DEI is key to creating an inclusive employer brand and win in the war for talent
#attractingtalent #retainingtalent #bias-free hiring
candidate-centered recruiting by people club
It’s a candidate’s market and candidate-centered recruiting practices will ensure your company is equipped to attract top talent
#candidateexperience #employeexperience #peoplefirst
This event is for all HR leaders eager to be at the forefront of people & culture practises to win in the war for talent. The event is free to join.
about the female factor.
The female factor is a global career- and leadership community enabling the next generation of decision-makers to get their seat at the table and working closely with pioneering companies to attract and retain female talent. Learn more here: www.employer.femalefactor.global
about people club.
People Club is the exclusive community born from Talent Garden with the aim of promoting new digital approaches in the context of human resources.
Equalture's data-driven hiring tool helps companies to find the best-fit people by collecting unbiased data on both the current team as well as candidates to base their hiring decisions on. To collect these insights, we use fun and short neuroscientific games.