Event: Sharpening the saw:Leveraging mobile technology to enhance the quality of hiring

 
  • When: Wednesday, 16th November, 2016,07:00 pm - 07:30 pm
  • Price: Complimentary
  • Who should attend: CHROs, HR Heads, HR Directors, HR Senior Managers and HR Managers
 

Today, the recruitment landscape of India is in a transition stage, where it is shifting gears from being a recruiter-driven setting to more of a candidate-driven. The focus of the organization today is to be able to attract and hire the best talent in the most efficient manner. 

A recent study from LinkedIn reveals that mobile assessments are the future of recruitment industry. The mobile-enabled recruiting adoption is set to nearly double in the next 12 months. Another study by Cedar Crestone state that 74% of HR leaders believe mobile recruiting tools help improve the quality of hire. 

These researches surely lay the path to the future of recruiting.

To stay on top of this trend, join this tweet-chat to find the answers to the following:

Q1. What are the top reasons to have a candidate driven recruitment?

Q2. Can mobile technology impact the quality of hiring or is it a myth?

Q3. What recruitment challenges can mobile solve?

Q4. Share some of the best practices of engaging candidates through mobile?

Q5. Key challenges that organizations need to overcome to imbibe mobile hiring?

To participate in this Tweetchat please use the hashtag #MobileHireWeek and tweet your answers to the respective question number (e.g. Q1/A1)

Speakers


Ester Martinez

Ester Martinez

CEO & Editor-in-Chief, People Matters Media
Unmesh Pawar

Unmesh Pawar

Global Managing Director HR, Accenture
Susham Shetty

Susham Shetty

Regional Manager South, Pearson TalentLens India
Prashant Bhatnagar

Prashant Bhatnagar

Director HR, Credit Suisse

For more information contact…

Manisha Mehra
manisha.mehra@peoplematters.in
9836745806
+91 124 4412 328

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