Talent Function Group President to Moderate Recruiting Technology Panel at SourceCon
February 08, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsSAN DIEGO (February 8, 2012) – Elaine Orler of Talent Function Group to moderate a panel of four end-users titled "A Candid Database Discussion: Recruiting, Meet Technology – Without it, You Cannot be Effective" at SourceCon 2012
Elaine Orler, president and founder of Talent Function, a consultancy whose mission is to facilitate the evolution of the corporate staffing function
Will moderate a panel of four end-users titled "A Candid Database Discussion: Recruiting, Meet Technology – Without it, You Cannot be Effective" at SourceCon 2012
February 10, 2012 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. EST
SourceCon 2012 Atlanta will be held at the world-famous Georgia Aquarium.
225 Baker St. NW
Technology plays an exceedingly important role in talent acquisition. At the core of recruiting technology is the place where organizations store sourcing and recruiting data. The sad fact, however, is that most companies are using ATS or CRM technology at a very small percentage of its overall capability. Businesses need to learn how to use these technologies more efficiently as they are a vital part of every successful sourcer's resource toolbelt. But it starts with knowing what is needed (and what isn't!).
In this panel discussion, four end users, from small companies to large, global enterprises, will reveal why they made their applicant tracking and candidate relationship management system choices, what made a difference (and what didn't), and where they're going next in their technology–recruiting journey. Attendees of this general session will learn about the exploding need for technology in talent acquisition today and how best to solve that need.
About Talent Function
Talent Function is a consultancy whose mission is to facilitate the evolution of the corporate staffing function. Talent Function helps staffing leaders and solution providers to deliver results for their clients and combines project-based consulting with executive coaching services to address the people, practices, and software that make up the Talent Acquisition function. To learn more, visit www.talentfunction.com.