#RecruitWithData: How to Optimize Your Career Site in 2016
It’s no longer breaking news that career sites are emerging as a top source of hire. But that doesn’t necessarily mean recruiting teams are getting the most out of them. With talent acquisition becoming so web-focused and the breadth of digital information widening, there’s major opportunity to start taking a more data-driven approach to optimizing your career site.
This is the topic we’ll be discussing in our next Twitter chat (January 19, 1-2p.m. EST) with ERE Media’s Editor-In-Chief, Todd Raphael. Todd has spent more than ten years at ERE, and has been recognized by many publications as a thought leader in HR and recruiting.
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During the chat, we’ll hone in on a number of key questions recruiters have on the topic of career site optimization. Here are a few examples:
- Why is the career site important for recruiting in today’s digital age?
- What should talent acquisition teams prioritize on their career sites in 2016?
- What are some common mistakes company’s make on their career sites that cost them candidates?
- How can recruiting teams use data & metrics to improve career site performance?
- What are some examples of innovative ways to optimize a career site?
- What’s the most overlooked data source for career site performance?
- What’s the biggest cost of continuing with an outdated career site in 2016?
Twitter chats work best when HR professionals participate in the Q&A portion, rather than just following along. Tell us what you think about these questions by tuning into the @RecruitDDR and @ToddRaphael Twitter handles as well as by following along with the hashtag #RecruitWithData on January 19, 1-2p.m. EST.
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