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    August 15th Program: Talent Sourcing

    Date: August 15, 2019, 11:30am – 1:00pm
    Organizer:
    Siouxland SHRM
    Location:
    Room 126 of The College Center, 1000 College Way, South Sioux City, NE

    (Lunch served at 11:30 a.m., chapter business conducted during the meal, and program presentation starts at 12:00 p.m.)
    Price:
    Free to members; $20 for nonmembers
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    THURSDAY, AUGUST 15TH @ The College Center, So. Sioux City

    Talent Sourcing: How it is different than Recruiting? 

    • How Talent Sourcing can grow and diversify talent pipelines

    • How Talent Sourcing can take your talent to the next level

    • Introducing Basic Tools:

      • Basic Boolean (know your browser) - Colleges, Directories, Linkedin (searching outside the system and why), Associations

      • Extensions - What are they and why they are important

      • Searching Facebook in structured ways

      • Social Media Aggregators - Jobjet, Hiretual, Swordfish, Zap Info and thats just the start

      • Mailtesters/Email Scrapers - Hunter.io and Trgtr

      • Go Old School - Leveraging addresses and how the Open Records Act or FOIA is our friend.

    BONUS:  DOOR PRIZE  Each attendee*  is eligible for a $100 Visa Gift Card. Each attendee who brings a Guest is eligible for 2 Chances. 

    * Board Members are not eligible for Door Prize.

    Speaker: Jason W. Metz, SPHR

    Jason Metz is a Talent Sourcer for Mosaic, An Omaha-based non-profit serving people with intellectual disabilities.  He consults Mosaic agencies across 10 states on locating talent and building professional networks, and locates candidates for hard-to-fill positions from Specialty Contributors to C-Level Executives.  Jason is a graduate of Bellevue University with a BS in Business Management and M.A. in Management.  He is a Certified Internet Recruiter and Certified Social Sourcing Recruiter through AIRS.  Specializing in searching for people in novel ways and making connections, with knowledge of the challenges employers face in today's recruitment environment, his methodologies tend to focus on both technical and long-foprgotten traditional strategies of recruitment that are effective and low cost.

    Credits: 1.5 HRCI Continuing Education Units and 1.5 SHRM Professional Development Credits applied for

    Please RSVP by SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, 2019 at https://siouxland.shrm.org/forms/rsvp.

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