The New Drivers of Recruiting and How Technology Should Enable Them

Tuesday, Mar 1, 2011 1:00pm CST

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A major shift is happening in recruiting, moving from automating processes to driving competitive advantage with a fully optimized recruiting ecosystem. What are the new trends, technologies and rules that are changing the recruiting landscape to drive that new agenda? How can you harness social computing to change the way you recruit? Is your hiring process and technology designed to support all stakeholders? How do you break out of the recruiting silo to make sure your efforts are aligned with the whole organization? Join us for this thought-provoking webinar presenting Bersin & Associates’ latest research and perspectives on how recruiting is changing and how you can be ahead of the transformational curve.


Steve Goldberg
Principal Analyst -- HRMS and TMS
Bersin & Associates

Steve Goldberg is Bersin & Associates’ principal analyst and advisor covering HR and people systems. He has held HR technology-related roles for more than 25 years, including serving as global leader of HR systems and talent management processes for major investment banks in the U.S. and Europe, directing global HCM product strategy at PeopleSoft, co-founding a recruiting solutions firm, and building an HR M&A function for a major industry consolidator. Invited to the Human Capital Institute's 2009 Executive Roundtable of 10 Respected HR Thought Leaders, Goldberg has written for HR Executive and Workforce Management magazines. In recent years, Goldberg has been advising both end customers and HR solution providers on maximizing the value of their HR technology assets, including advising more than 20 HR solution providers around the globe and holding board advisor appointments at recently funded companies providing enterprise recruiting, compensation, learning, performance management and coaching solutions. He holds an MBA in HR and a bachelor’s in industrial psychology.

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