If your company is looking to implement an applicant tracking system (Click here), or if you have an ATS but are looking to make upgrades in order to keep up with changing technology, an upcoming Webinar might help you out.
“Talent Acquisition Systems in 2010: The Game Has Changed, have You?” – a one-of-a-kind free Webinar for HR executives and other technology decision makers – will take place from 2 to 3 p.m. May 19th via GoToWebinar.
The Webinar will discuss how, despite the recent economic downturn, the ATS market is experiencing growth and innovation. At the same time, however, many new ATS providers have cropped up, making it harder for companies to decide what software they should use.
Both enterprise and mid-market level organizations have recognized the short-term and long-term value of an ATS investment and are demanding more from their existing providers. They also are taking advantage of such new tools as social networking, video, job-matching and search engine optimization.
The Webinar will cover:
The Webinar will be presented by ERE Media, Inc., Madeline Laurano, principal analyst for Bersin and Associates, and is sponsored by iCIMS. You can register here.
The session will be particularly useful to HR executives, technology decision-makers, staffing directors and vice presidents, recruitment managers, corporate recruiters, CEOs and top HR executives in talent-driven industries, and other HR professionals who evaluate and select ATS.
The Webinar has been approved for up to one re-certification credit hour toward PHR and SPHR re-certification through the Human Resource Certification Institute.
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