Main image of article How Candidate Research and Relationship Building Win in Tech Recruiting at March 18 #TChat

Tech recruiters need to get creative in their approach [caption id="attachment_14550" align="alignright" width="166"]Ashley Fox, Partnership for Public Service Ashley Fox, Partnership for Public Service[/caption] Finding and hiring top tech talent is really tough, especially those with the necessary skill sets that are critical for today's companies. Unemployment for tech professionals is extremely low-- just 2.5% according to the latest Dice Tech Trends report. Employers must find creative ways to entice top talent to join their company and win the tech recruiting game. Want to learn how candidate research and relationship building can help recruiters win the competition for tech talent? Join us on March 18th for one hour and attend TalentCulture's #TChat Radio Show and Twitter chat featuring Ashley Fox, Program Associate at the Partnership for Public Service (@GoGovernment), and Pete Radloff, Principal Technical Recruiter at comScore, Inc. (@PJRadloff). [caption id="attachment_14564" align="alignright" width="162"]Pete Radloff, comScore, Inc. Pete Radloff, comScore, Inc.[/caption] In the 1 hour #TChat you will learn:

  • Top research tools that recruiters need to get a better understanding of their candidates
  • How to use relationship-building strategies to provide candidate's with a better experience and  increase quality hires
  • How to effectively use social data to enhance social recruiting efforts and hire candidates faster than their competitors

What's the 411 on #TChat? Date: Wednesday, March 18
Time: 7-8 PM ET / 4-5 PM PT #TChat Radio Show
Listen online as hosts Meghan M. Biro (@MeghanMBiro) and Kevin W. Grossman (@KevinWGrossman) do a deep dive with Ashley and Pete during the first 30 minutes. #TChat Twitter Chat
The conversation continues on Twitter for the second 30 minutes where you can ask questions join in the energetic discussion. Just use #DiceInnovate in your tweet. Learn how a #TChat works.