Today, there are five generations in the workforce: traditionalists, boomers, Gen X, millennials and, chomping at the bit, Gen Z. Each defined by their individual histories and brings a slightly different view on what work is, how it’s performed and what value it holds.
So what does this mean for your recruiting strategy?
The generational aspect now plays a bigger role in determining which approach is best for each generation.
Watch this on-demand webinar led by Elaine Orler, chairman and co-founder of Talent Board, the founding organization of the Candidate Experience (CandE) Awards, and learn more about ways to recruit different generations of talent and the expectations and preferences of each.
Elaine Orler, chairman and co-founder of Talent Board, discusses:
Sharing results from the fifth annual Candidate Experience Research report, Orler considers how recruiting strategy impacts the job candidate experience and what employers can do to improve their processes.
In addition, Orler shares insights and discuss which recruiting practices helped recent CandE Winners deliver a positive experience.
Learn more about this year’s survey data and what you can do to enhance your recruiting strategy and engage top talent!
*Viewing this recording does not meet the requirements to receive HRCI credit. Attend one of our live presentations for HRCI credit opportunities.
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