The IAEWS is pleased to announce its 2012 Winter-Spring Webinar Series for employment Web-sites. The series is designed to provide up-to-the-minute information that will help improve the operations and bottom line of employment Web-sites. The five programs and their delivery dates are listed below.
Auditors Gone Wild
IAEWS OFCCP Working Group Chair and VetJobs CEO, Ted Daywalt, has just completed a number of meetings with officials in the Department of Labor’s OFCCP office. Get the latest information on what the agency is planning for its audits of employers in 2012 and what those plans could mean for job boards and their customers.
It’s Not Your Grandmother’s Job Posting
Jessica and Ken Levinson of Enchanted Careers will explore how jobs postings are changing as the competition for passive, high caliber talent heats up. What used to be a classified ad is now an electronic sales brochure with built-in social media links and other features to optimize the candidate experience.
The Legion of Super Job Boards
Jobg8 Americas President Matt Hoffner will present a summary of the findings of the 2011 IAEWS Benchmarking Survey, the first-ever comparative study of performance and financial metrics in our industry. Find out what it takes for a job board to set itself apart as a powerful force for good among its employer and job seeker customers.
What Job Board Users Want
WEDDLE’s CEO Peter Weddle will present the results of their 2012 Source of Employment (SOE) survey. One of the longest running polls in the industry and the only one that tracks the behaviors and preferences of BOTH job seekers and employers/recruiters, the SOE provides BOTH evidence of the effectiveness of job boards and insights into what their users want next.
Job Search & 'The Black Hole': The Bottom-Line Impact for Job Boards
May 8, 2012
StartWire CEO Chris Forman takes a provocative look at the bottom line impact of the application black hole. Drawing on a national survey of 2,200+ job seekers, Forman will discuss the deep emotional pain the black-hole engenders in active job seekers and how job boards can leverage this issue to drive more applications and conversions on their site.
An unlimited number of employees of registered organizations may attend the Webinar.
Registration for the employees of IAEWS Members is free.
The registration fee for non-IAEWS members is $50/program. Sign up for the entire five-part series, and the registration fee drops to $40/program for a total of $200.
To register, please email or call the IAEWS Executive Director, Peter Weddle, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-964-1888.