Roberta Chinsky Matuson
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Free Executive Webinar: Seven Trends That Will Define Recruiting In 2015

Office chair Help Wanted Job Hiring IconsA lot has happened in the world of talent over the past year. Most notably, U.S. businesses ramped up hiring across the board in November, putting 2014 on pace to be the best year for job growth since 1999. That’s great news for the US economy and not-so-great news for those looking to pull in talent. I suspect many employers are patting themselves on the back thinking they have nothing to worry about if their turnover has been low. This false sense of security is exactly why their world will be turned upside down come January.

A record number of companies are announcing plans for considerable growth. Along with this will come new job opportunities, which means an even more competitive hiring market than the one you are experiencing.

Join me as I share the latest trends in recruiting as well as powerful techniques you can immediately use to move your hiring into warp speed. As a bonus, I’ll discuss low cost ways to re-engage workers who might be on the brink of leaving. This is one session you can’t afford to miss.

Details regarding the call-in information will be sent to those who register. All registrants for this session will receive a complimentary download within 24 hours of the teleseminar.

Can’t wait for the session to begin? I’m offering the first 10 people who ask, a complimentary 30 minute consultation on how to accelerate your ability to attract top talent that will stick around. Interested? E-mail me at Roberta@matusonconsulting.com and we’ll put a date on the calendar.

Click here to register!

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