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    Dinner Meeting: Improving The Candidate Experience: Myth to Mission

    Date: January 8, 2018, 5:30pm – 8:00pm
    Location:
    Hyatt Regency Princeton, Carnegie Center, Rt. 1.
    Networking & registration begins at 5:30pm, meeting starts at 6:00pm.
    Price:
    Pre-registered: members $45, non-members $55, students and qualified In-Transition $20. Online registration closes at 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, January 4th. $10 additional charge for walk-ins.
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    Improving The Candidate Experience: Myth to Mission

    Presented by: Gerry Crispin, CareerXroads
     
    Monday, January 8th , 2018 - 5:30pm to 8:00pm
     

    Princeton Hyatt Regency

    102 Carnegie Center, Princeton, NJ  08540
    (Click HERE for directions)
     
     **This program is approved for 1 general credit by the HRCI and 1 professional
    development credit by SHRM**
     
    For registration, please follow one of the below links:
     
     
     
     
    Registration CLOSES Thursday, January 4th at 11:59pm.   After that time, you may still register at the door for an additional $10. 
     
     

    DESCRIPTION:

    The candidate as customer has always been a nice to have but never a compelling
    business necessity...until now. The 5 musts to a quality Candidate Experience rating
    is an evidence-based requirement for 21st century employers. This highly
    interactive session will detail the best practices of organizations committed to
    offering an improved candidate experience.

    OUR SPEAKER:

    Gerry Crispin describes himself as a life-long student of recruiting with a passion for
    conversation and story telling. In truth there are few recruiting jobs he hasn't had in
    more than 40 years as a professional. More than an observer, Gerry influences
    staffing models to be driven by the evidence; promotes candidate experiences that
    empower them to make better decisions in partnership with corporate selection
    practices; and, embraces technology-based networking tools as a primary means to
    build 2-way candidate pipelines