Whether defined as a full time sourcing role or a full life cycle recruiter, the “talent hunter” recruiting award will recognize recruiting professionals with a competitive approach.
A talent hunter doesn’t give up, and second place isn’t as an option when it comes to sourcing great talent for their organization. The talent hunter is diligent, competitive, and is always pursuing talent. Finding a “needle in the haystack” is second nature with these recruiting pros. Their investigative approach is just the beginning. They are relentless at recruiting and they leverage an endless number of tools and resources to get the job done. When it comes to finding great talent, these sourcing and recruiting professionals outthink, outhunt, and outperform their peers.
The Talent Hunter recruiting award is an individual award, and will be announced live at the upcoming Recruiting Trends 2013 Conference October 22-25, 2013 at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.
A status quo approach to recruiting? Not here, think again. These innovators in recruiting would have made Einstein proud.
Whether it is re-defining the candidate experience and end-to-end recruiting processes – to developing leading-edge approaches and consistently looking for new ideas and ways to better recruit talent, the recruiting innovation award will recognize the leaders of the pack when it comes to creating and deploying new strategies to recruit talent. They won’t accept no for an answer, and filtering out all of the “noise” is second nature. They understand what it takes to attract great talent to an organization, and they deliver.
The “Recruiting Innovation” award is an individual award, and will be announced live at the upcoming Recruiting Trends 2013 Conference October 22-25, 2013 at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.
These recruiting teams approach the challenges in acquiring great talent commercially. The recruiting services they offer to their leaders are top notch, and they are focused on building the future workforce for their company – as a competitive advantage.
It starts with great leadership – which you’ll find at all levels in these recruiting organizations. The members of the team take full responsibility for recruiting. The team is focused, aligned, engaged, and they are all working together towards a purpose, a shared vision, and goal achievement. They deploy a rapid response approach to solving problems. They aren’t afraid to try new approaches – and they learn from each other. They are considered leading-edge in many ways.
These recruiting teams understand both the strategic value and financial gain of recruiting great talent, and they deliver.
The “Recruiting Organization” award is a team award, and will be announced live at the upcoming Recruiting Trends 2013 Conference October 22-25, 2013 at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.