Applying Today’s Technologies to Find A+ Candidates by Mark E. Berger

Streaming video - 67 minutes

Mark E. Berger has been in placement and staffing since 1979.  Although he still works a desk, he’s been more involved in supporting the technology-related recruitment efforts of others with books, webinars, and consulting services.  His books and presentations include topics such as power searching for resumes, search engine name generation and how to select and purchase applicant tracking systems.Since 1998, Mark has been the recruiting technology columnist for the Fordyce Letter publication as well as being a regular contributor for other recruiting industry publications.  He is CPC and AIRS CIR certified and sits on the State Board of Directors for the Mid-America Association of Personnel Services.

On an incredibly tough search, have you ever scoured your network list, solicited referrals from every candidate you’ve ever placed, and still had no success? Chances are your competition is utilizing more tools than you were – so make sure your toolbox has all the tools available! In this session, Mark shows how to use technology to win. Mark has been in the placement and staffing arena since 1979 and specializes in internet recruiting, applicant tracking systems, and recruiting vendor management. Although still working a desk, his strength in IT has shifted the focus of his business to consulting services, columnist, and author. He is a frequent columnist for the Fordyce Letter, author of Power Searching for Resumes on Google, MSN Live.com For Recruiters, and Applicant Tracking Systems – Identification, Evaluation, and Selection. Simply put, Mark Berger IS our industry’s IT guru! In this presentation, Mark shares his best tips to using Technology to Find A+ Candidates.   He’ll give overview of technologies, tools and websites to use - as well as some tactical and proven methods to find the best candidates in your market.


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