Virtual Learning: Virtual Recruiting: High Tech, High Touch
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When: 5/28/2020
12:00 PM- 1:00 PM
Where: Virtual Learning Event
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Virtual Learning: Virtual Recruiting: High Tech, High Touch

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Event Overview:
While COVID-19 has made virtual recruiting a necessity, this innovative trend deserves to be part of your long-term hiring strategy. Mike Hudy, Chief Science Officer at Modern Hire; Eric Sydell, EVP of Innovation at Modern Hire; and Laura Fields, Director, Selection & Assessment at Charter Communications will share how you can drive recruiting results by using advanced technologies to build your employment brand, engage applicants, conduct pre-employment assessments, and interview candidates.

Our learning objectives for the event will be:

    1. Why virtual recruiting should to be part of your long term hiring strategy post-pandemic,
    2. How virtual recruiting can strengthen your employer brand while providing a great candidate experience, and
    3. How you can use advanced technologies to strengthen human connection throughout the hiring process.

This program has been submitted for SHRM and HRCI recertification credit hour.

Event Information:
May 28, 2020
Program 12:00-1:00 PM

Virtual Event- webinar link is provided in registration confirmation email

Free to everyone

Speaker Information:

Mike Hudy:
Mike Hudy, Chief Science Officer at Modern Hire, is an industry expert in predictive modeling using human capital data with more than two decades of experience in experiment design and talent analytics. Mike is skilled in deciphering the complexities and ambiguities of talent acquisition to create the practical, effective, and satisfying solutions clients and candidates deserve.

Mike’s prior experience includes serving as Executive Vice President of Science at Shaker International, of which he was also a founder. He also was Senior Consultant at CEB/SHL and Training Evaluation Analyst at Nationwide Insurance.

Eric Sydell
Eric Sydell oversees all research and product innovation initiatives at Modern Hire, including the data science-focused Labs team. He is passionate about applying machine learning, and deep learning in particular, to candidate data to match candidates with career opportunities more effectively. Eric is highly motivated to show the power of these new AI-based technologies as well as organizations. He writes extensively on and has spoken around the world on these topics. 

Eric previously served as Executive Vice President, Innovation at Shaker International, of which he was also a founder.

Laura E. Fields:
Laura leads a significant portion of Spectrum’s Recruiting Solutions practice.  She has responsibility for Spectrum’s selection and assessment function, the ATS, and other recruiting technology tools and processes.  In this role, she has diligently worked to implement tools and technology that improve the efficiency and effectiveness of Spectrum’s hiring process and that contribute to a positive candidate experience.  Laura strives to find a balance between best practices in science and practice in order to meet the needs of the business that minimize risk and bring value to the organization.  Prior to joining Spectrum, Laura built her expertise in employee selection working at Wells Fargo and consulting firms providing customized employee selection assessment to a wide range of client.  She has taught at George Washington University and Southern New Hampshire University. Laura earned her Master’s in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Radford University and her doctorate from Capella University.




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