Branding And Talent Experts Come Together For Virtual Event

Christel Deskins

AUSTIN, TX —As the majority of employers across communities have made adjustments to their hiring practices amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many continue to look for sustainable ways to move their hiring endeavors forward. Built In Austin, a community of over 176,000 local techies creating a hub for Austin startups and […]

AUSTIN, TX —As the majority of employers across communities have made adjustments to their hiring practices amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many continue to look for sustainable ways to move their hiring endeavors forward. Built In Austin, a community of over 176,000 local techies creating a hub for Austin startups and tech, will host Making the Shift to Hire Again, an hour-long virtual event designed to help companies identify ways to restart their hiring plans despite the recent challenges.

The online discussion will bring together a group of talent and branding experts with insight on strategies to help employers move forward in identifying the right candidates at the right time. Participants will receive a link to the Zoom presentation to view live or receive a recording of the discussion. Panelists include Joe Humphries, VP People & Culture, Bentobox; Jennifer Huynh, Manager, People Experience and Talent Brand, Affirm; Sheridan Orr, Chief Marketing Officer, Built In; and Luetrell Toler, Managing Director, True Talk Advisors.

Making the Shift to Hire Again will feature topics including:

  • The signals to monitor for when hiring needs may change.

  • When to begin rebuilding your candidate pipeline.

  • How your employer brand should shift based on your hiring needs.

  • Why cross-departmental collaboration is key for communicating your hiring plans both internally and externally.

For more information, including link to RSVP click HERE.

This article originally appeared on the Austin Patch

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