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WEBINAR

Bridging the gap: Recruiting and onboarding to maximize employee engagement

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Human capacity is the world’s greatest untapped resource. In the US alone the number of job openings increased to 6.6 million this year.

With that kind of supply, it is a good time to be a candidate right now. Closing and retaining top candidates is a team effort that takes collaboration between talent acquisition, HR business partners and hiring managers. The most in-demand candidates want to be sure that before they sign an offer they are given the resources the need to succeed.

Furthermore, Executives and Hiring Managers now rely on People Teams not only to close top talent but ensure foundations are set for employees to grow and contribute to the bottom line from day one.

Download now and learn:

  • Recruiting tips to improve employee engagement and retention
  • Sourcing and hiring to maximize employee retention
  • Building and executing an exceptional onboarding program
  • Top drivers of employee engagement from Culture Amp’s 2018 research

Meet the Speakers

Eryn Marshall
Director of Talent Acquisition, Culture Amp
Eryn is the Director of Talent Acquisition for Culture Amp where she is on a mission to find and recruit People Geeks globally. She is focused on delivering exceptional experiences to both candidates and managers. She is passionate about using data to measure , drive and improve talent acquisition as a practice. Eryn is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Communication Studies.
Grant Battle
Senior HR Business Partner, Hired
In his role as Sr. HRBP for Hired's Global Technology, Marketing and Finance teams, Grant is responsible for developing strategies to attract, engage and develop Hired employees. Grant is a big proponent of leveraging data to drive decisions on all People related matters. Previously, Grant held roles in both People Ops and TA functions for GSN Games and Bleacher Report. Grant is a massive European Football fan, and in the absence of the US was rooting for England to take the World Cup home this summer.