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SHRM Live 2018: Leveraging Untapped Talent Pools to Help Your Business Thrive


The “War for Talent.” It’s natural to assume that winning the war means beating out your competition for top talent. But what if we redefined what winning looks like? If winning ultimately means setting up your employees—and, in turn, your organization—for long-term success, we as HR professionals need to recognize there’s more than one way to make that happen. Let’s rethink how we’ve traditionally sourced the “ideal” candidate. Let’s consider alternative, creative ways to find talent. And let’s do it together at SHRM Live 2018. 

During this two-hour online event, industry innovators—including SHRM’s new President and Chief Executive Officer, Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., SHRM-SCP—will share ways in which you can bring a fresh perspective to your acquisition strategy by leveraging untapped talent pools. More specifically, sessions will investigate ways to effectively recruit and retain:

  • Veterans.
  • Older workers.
  • People with criminal histories.

Additionally, you will have the opportunity to interact, in real time, with speakers, panelists and SHRM staff to get your questions answered. You’ll leave inspired and informed, with practical takeaways to help build your talent pipeline in new and meaningful ways.

   This event is approved to offer 2 Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP credentials towards recertification. For more information on recertification and how to enter PDCs, visit shrmcertification.org/recertify/steps

IMPORTANT: Add the following email to your safe list, as this is SHRM’s digital event platform: support@digitellinc.com

You may access SHRM Live via this platform through Friday, February 23rd. After that, the event may be accessed through SHRM’s eLearning Library.

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Dec 4, 2017 - Feb 23, 2018


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