Diversity Web Seminar on Recruitment Reveals 5 Strategies to Find, Engage and Retain Talent

Recruitment efforts only are successful if they are sustainable, executives fromErnst & YoungandTarget(Nos. 6 and 30, respectively, in the 2012DiversityInc Top 50) say during our web seminar on recruitment and hiring gaps.

This 90-minute presentation features Barbara Frankel, Senior Vice President and Executive Editor, DiversityInc; Ken Bouyer, Americas Director of Inclusiveness Recruiting, Ernst & Young; and Damu McCoy, Director of Talent Acquisition, Target.

Bouyer and McCoy both provide best practices for recruitment and on-boarding and explain why a multifaceted approach to recruitment is the most successful for those looking to build and maximize the potential of a diverse workforce.Their presentations include:

  • How Ernst & Young and Target attract Black, Latino and Asian top performers.
  • How to leveragetalent developmentinitiatives to attract new hires.
  • How aglobal workforce can provide enhanced work opportunities, and ultimately longer tenure, for new hires.
  • How to determine which organizations will offer strategic recruitment relationships.
  • What types ofinternshipsand orientation programs are most effective.

“It all goes back to understanding the recruitment data and being able to embed diversity and inclusion in everything that you do,” Bouyer says.

>> Watch Diversity Web Seminar: Recruitment/Hiring Gaps on BestPractices.DiversityInc.com.

For more on recruitment, read How to Get 150 Top-Performing Black and Latino Candidates Now and Rutgers Future Scholars Enhances Talent Pipelines With Corporate-Student Outreach.

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