When:
December 11, 2020 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
2020-12-11T08:00:00-06:00
2020-12-11T09:00:00-06:00
Where:
Free Online Webinar
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Tammy Schwarzbauer
(920)-915-2582

Winning the War for Talent 

Zero cost ways to find and keep great employees

This session will focus on the current and upcoming talent shortage and how your organization can win.  We will discuss proactive recruiting based on building models of ideal candidates and create promotions that sell your opportunity.  The mathematical certainty of the upcoming talent shortage. Sell your job the same way you sell your products and services. Create messaging that speaks to your target candidate where they are and when they need it and learn how to separate messaging to the four generations currently in the workforce.

Speaker:  Chris Czarnik, CEO of Career ReSearch Group is the featured speaker for this dynamic seminar.  Chris is a national career search and talent acquisition expert with 16 years of HR, training and motivational speaking experience. He created and refined the innovative approach to job search, known as “The Human Search Engine®” by working with thousands of job-seekers.  Chris is a leading adjunct career search instructor for the 5th largest research university in the nation, as well as many colleges and universities across the country. Chris’ process was introduced to the 113th Congress as a national job search model. In Sept of 2016 the US Congress adopted this process as their outplacement tool for outgoing members and their staff. Also in 2016 Chris was named a Subject Matter Expert on career related topics for Pearson Publishing, the largest publisher in the country.  Chris delivers dynamic presentations about career search, talent development and leadership training to thousands of people every year. His third book, “Winning the War for Talent: How to Recruit, Retain and Develop Great Employees” was released in July of 2018 and serves as a model to more than 2,500 organizations across the country.

Chris Czarnik, Facilitator