We’ve spent almost a decade building recruiting technology and processes catered towards hiring hard-to-find salaried candidates, yet, the vast majority of hires we make are still hourly workers. Tough times create an inflection point that allows us to rebuild the processes that haven’t been working nearly as efficiently as they should.
The C-suite has been asking HR and Talent Acquisition technology providers to build an on/off switch for hiring but were always told no. Instead, they were forced to use the same ATS that are built specifically for salaried workers, and distinctly not for high-volume and high-velocity hiring. This isn’t working, and it’s time we deliver the on/off switch they’ve been so eagerly waiting for.
There will be a new normal on the backside of our current situation and it’s up to us as leaders to prepare our organizations and our teams for what that will be. Recruiting Experts Madeline Laurano and I will help you understand what we need to know and focus on for the future of hourly hiring, and the positive impact we can make on our organizations in the future.
Will will be giving you 5 Strategies that every TA pro and leader must consider regarding hourly hiring moving forward, post-pandemic!
REGISTER TODAY to learn how you can build your own On/Off Switch for hourly Hiring!
If you Google “Tim Sackett” you’ll find our Tim, and a truck driver chaplain. Our Tim is NOT the truck driver chaplain, although how awesome would that be if he was!? He is a prolific writer in the HR and TA space who just happens to also run an Engineering and IT contract staffing agency (HRU Technical Resources) out of Michigan. He also writes every day at his own blog, the Tim Sackett Project. Weirdly, he’s known as an expert in workplace hugging, which was kind of cool years ago, but now seems painfully creepy, but we still love him and he’s fairly harmless. Tim is also on the board of the Association of Talent Acquisition Professionals (ATAP), lifetime Michigan State Spartan fan, husband to a Hall of Fame wife, 3 sons, and his best friend Scout. He also wrote a book with SHRM called The Talent Fix, you can find it on Amazon.