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Recruiter-Hiring Manager Alignment

Webinar Published By: Entelo
Published:  Sep 06, 2017
Type:  Webinar

Fostering a positive relationship with a hiring manager is a journey that involves both patience and an honest assessment of the current state of the relationship. Bersin by Deloitte research found the most influential predictor of TA performance outcomes is a strong relationship between the recruiter and the hiring manager. In fact, this relationship is four times more influential than other TA performance drivers.¹ 

Many TA leaders also believe their recruiters are perceived with high regard by hiring managers and company leadership. However, a study by ERE Media found that recruiters and hiring managers have different views of recruiter performance—with recruiters giving themselves an average performance grade of B and hiring managers giving recruiters an average grade of C-plus.² 

Robin Erickson, PhD, Vice President of Talent Acquisition, Engagement, and Retention Research at Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP, will share five steps that TA leaders and recruiters can take to begin collaborating more effectively with hiring managers. We'll also share Hubspot's story of how they've improved their recruiting workflow to meaningfully impact their hiring numbers.

In this webinar, we'll cover the following topics:

  • Recognize the value of relationships between recruiters and hiring managers
  • Assess the current maturity of relationships
  • Conduct recruiting strategy kick-off meetings
  • Align expectations with service-level agreements (SLAs)
  • Maintain two-way communication channels

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