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October 22, 2002
Webhire Online Seminar

One year after purchasing an automated Applicant Tracking System, more than 50% of companies surveyed say that they are dissatisfied.

Why? Surprisingly, the answer often has more to do with expectations than product features.

Does your company need to automate applicant tracking? How can you ensure the Applicant Tracking System solution you choose delivers what your organization needs to be successful? How can you be sure your company is taking full advantage of what today's automated Applicant Tracking Systems offer?

Find out! Log on to the next free online seminar from Webhire:

"The Critical Path to Applicant Tracking Success" October 31, 2002 at 2pm


Join Meghan Hennesy, manager of Consulting Services at Webhire and one of the industry's most experienced experts in implementing real-world applicant tracking solutions in this informative and interactive discussion of the critical first steps to take to ensure success in your organization:

You'll learn:

  • How to get important input and buy-in upfront
  • How to identify gaps between organizational objectives and current reality -- without falling into them!
  • How to learn from the mistakes of others
  • What to look for in a vendor -- and why it could be even more important than what you look for in a product!

"Critical Path to Applicant Tracking Success" October 31, 2002, at 2pm ET

Attend from the comfort of your own office -- or just about anywhere!

All you need is a telephone and your web browser!

This online seminar is free -- but you must register! Registration is easy.

Click Here to register today!

Meghan Hennesy has worked with more than 75 companies across the US & Europe, including Cadbury-Schweppes, Brooks Brothers, VeriSign, and H.J. Heinz to streamline and automate recruiting processes and facilitate change management. She manages the Webhire consultant services group, which works with customers worldwide to develop and implement process-integrated recruitment solutions.

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