Recruitment Strategy: Matt Self

Recruitment Strategy Plans for Hiring

Take your recruitment efforts from ho-hum to oh-wow! Finding the perfect candidate may be more art than science. This week on ProjectHR, Matt Self of Conklin Media talks with us about recruitment strategy and how to find the perfect job candidate prospect.

We discuss the following recruitment strategy topics:

  • What is recruitment marketing and how does it help with your hiring strategy?
  • The ways in which HR and marketing departments intersect, such as finding the perfect recruitment plan.
  • The best way to market your company to prospective job candidates and perfect your employee recruitment.
  • Walkthrough a typical recruitment strategy.

Matt Self

Recruitment Strategy

"Like 'a sale is always made' -- either you're selling them on why they should come work for you, or they're selling you on why they should stay where they're at."

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