Craig FisherTalent Acquisition and Recruiting Operations Leader
Craig Fisher Is the founder of employer brand and recruitment tech strategy firm, TalentNet Media, and CEO of Knack.io, the new remote-work job board for software engineers. He has led Global Marketing, Employer Brand, and Recruiting Innovation at Allegis Global Solutions - North America’s largest RPO and staffing company. He has led talent acquisition teams at the Fortune 500 level owning recruitment process, marketing, and technology. His digital branding methods have been adopted as best practices by companies like Linkedin, Toyota, YUM! Brands, Microsoft, and many more. He's the author of Inbound Recruiting, and a popular keynote speaker at tech, social media, HR / recruiting, and sales conferences worldwide.
Craig created the first Twitter chat for recruiters and partnered in the first Linkedin certified training company in North America. He consults with sales and recruiting teams, advises HR technology firms, and runs the largest recruiting conference series in the Southwest, TalentNet Live.
He’s been detailed in the Wall Street Journal, NPR, The Economist, and Entrepreneur as a subject matter expert in multiple areas of talent acquisition; and is listed among HR and Recruiting's top influencers and most engaging conference speakers.
Connect with Craig on Twitter/Instagram @fishdogs, and at www.fishdogs.com
10:10 a.m.–10:40 a.m. —
In this session, Craig will share clear, effective, and direct information on what metrics to collect and how to utilize them for advocacy and planning. Join us for this insightful session full of data and learn strategies and tactics for improving ROI with innovation in technology, process and people.
4:10 p.m.–4:50 p.m. Pacific —
Whether you fully embrace video, co-create content with employees, or you’re just starting to explore leveraging employee generated content for your employer brand, join us for this lively discussion about employer branding content that resonates.
4:50 p.m.–5:45 p.m. Pacific —
Hire for potential and not experience. Early career talent – someone typically in the workforce for less than a year – will bring enthusiasm and innovation to your organization. But early career talent's digital experience means that they interact with your brand and hiring experience differently from previous generations. This generation of workers expect a consumer-like digital experience. When they have questions, they want immediate answers and avenues to find those answers.
Join us for this panel to learn how to leverage early career and University Relations as a talent attraction channel. Panelists will discuss:
Tips for using using employer brand and talent marketing technology to attract emerging talent
How to communicate a compelling employee value proposition (EVP) to early career candidates
Onboarding strategies to retain early talent