AmazingHiring Webinar - How Do I Source Tech Candidates
Webinar

How Do I Source Tech Candidates

Mark Lundgren

AmazingHiring launched a new Q&A segment: “How Do I Source Tech Candidates?” with the best sourcers from all over the world. Mark Lundgren was our first guest. 

16.08.2018
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Duration 1 h 00 min

The Webinar Contents

During this webinar, Mark answers frequently asked questions about candidate sourcing and shares his approach to searching, screening and contacting the candidates. Topics cover social media sourcing, the best tools for the tech sourcing,  effective methods to engage candidates, etc.

Mark has worked in the recruitment/staffing industry since 2001 working in University recruitment, Sales, High street agency, RPO and in-house roles. He is sourcing conferences keynote speaker and Sourcing Challenge founder.

Resources to find tech talents
Why social sourcing is so popular
Effective social sourcing tools

Learn about the best recruiting practices, get your questions answered and discover how AmazingHiring helps you instantly improve your hiring productivity – whether you are a beginner or a mature tech sourcer.

The webinar will be useful for colleagues
in charge of HR, Recruitment and Talent Aquisition.

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