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October 07, 2002
Evolving Recruitment Process Seminar

Rapidly cycling business climates, new hiring practices, transforming technologies -- even the nature of work itself -- all are driving significant changes in the recruitment process and the role of the recruiter.

Is your business tracking the evolving recruiting process? Do your recruiters have the understanding, skills and tools they need to perform under changing circumstances?

Find out how at the next Webhire web seminar:
"The Evolving Recruitment Process"
Wednesday, October 16th at 2pm ET

Webhire, the #1 Choice in Recruiting Solutions, is pleased to present one of the industry's foremost experts in recruiting in this free, informative, and interactive online seminar:

Steven J. Lindner, Ph.D. Founder and Executive Director of the WorkPlace Group, Inc.

Sign up now to attend from the comfort of your own office -- or just about anywhere! All you need is a telephone and your web browser!

You'll learn:

  • The emerging tactical versus strategic aspects of recruitment.
  • The changing demands on the skill set of recruiters.
  • How organizations are benefiting from outsourcing key aspects of recruitment.
  • Why common metrics used to evaluate recruitment effectiveness increasingly do not reflect "true" performance.

"The Evolving Recruitment Process"
Wednesday, October 16th at 2pm ET

This online seminar is free -- but you must register!
Registration is easy and can be done here

Dr. Lindner is an Industrial/Organizational Psychologist specializing in the areas of selection and assessment. He received his Ph.D. from Stevens Institute of Technology and serves as President of The Morris County Chapter of SHRM; as the New Jersey State Director of the Employment Management Association; and Program Chair for The New Jersey State SHRM Conference. He also serves on the State Affairs committee of the Society for Industrial/Organizational Psychology, conducting research in the areas of employment tests, the Americans with Disabilities Act, personality, performance, survey research, compensation, hiring practices, and recruitment.

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