IT Talent Management for Mid-Market Companies

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Modis Senior Vice President Matthew Ripaldi
If your mid-market business is stuck in the middle of big goals and limited resources, be sure to join us tomorrow for our free webinar.

Topics we cover include:
•The impact of the economy on the job market
•The high cost of making the wrong hire
•Best practices for hiring and retaining IT talent
•Methods for incorporating metrics in an interview evaluation
Jul 25 2012
47 mins
IT Talent Management for Mid-Market Companies
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    Join us, as William Tincup, principal analyst at KeyInterval Research and Jim Conti, director of talent at Sprout Social, Inc. demonstrate how talent teams can prove their strategic business value, discuss the evolving talent needs of a growing company, and more!
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    For enquiry: apac-mktg@lifesize.com or +65 6303 8379
  • Welcome Staffing & Recruiting Agency Professionals to Jobscience & Menemsha Group's 3-Part, Sales Productivity Series --- "The Road to Winning More Business."

    Part 2: Accelerate Past Your Competition By Improving How You Qualify Job Orders.

    What if there was a way to shorten your sales cycle from 25 days to 20 days? And imagine if instead of closing two or three job orders out of ten you could close five or even six or seven out of ten job orders? Combined, that would be a significant boost to your sales results, without having to exert additional prospecting time and energy. That is what we call working smart!

    Proven sales coach to staffing agencies, Dan Fisher of Menemsha Group will highlight the most important and often most overlooked qualification elements of taking a client requirement.

    Key learning experiences include:
    •How to establish yourself as an equal peer with your client (& why this is so critical)?
    •How you can change the playing field (change the client requirement)?
    •How to eliminate latency and avoid a stalled sales cycle?
    •How to leverage recruitment agency CRM software to drive consistent practices of taking a job order?
  • While most parents would be delighted if their offspring wanted to become an accountant, lawyer or even an actuary, they may be less encouraging if their son or daughter said they wanted to be a hacker. This is the negative manifestation of working in the cyber security industry that is often portrayed in the media. The reality is very different, with careers in cyber security providing fantastic opportunities that are hugely varied, really challenging and help to do good for society.

    Structured career paths provide an opportunity to progress quickly with jobs in large audit and accountancy firms through to small specialist boutique start-ups, as well as the chance for international work and creating new businesses. In addition, the whole industry is very diverse and is looking for people with a very wide range of talents.

    The problem is how do we communicate this to people who may be interested in the industry? Just as important for young people, how do we get to the influencers; their parents and their careers advisors to understand what an exciting place the cyber security industry is to work in and what they can expect in terms of the types of company they could work for and their salary expectations.

    The problem can be partially solved through education, information and support from businesses working together with a consistent message designed to encourage the very best people into the industry.

    In this presentation, Ian Glover from CREST will look at the challenges of attracting the brightest young people into careers that traditionally have an image problem and providing a strong career path once they are in. In particular, he will focus on the importance of properly-run internships and Government funded initiatives to educate and inform.
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  • Within this talk we will explore how technology has fundamentally shifted the jobseeker landscape for younger demographics (millennial x,y and z). We will also touch on how new online and mobile models, can help save time, cut recruitment costs, while still ensuring the attraction of the best talent.

    Key questions addressed:
    -) How is the Millennial Job Seeker different to its predecessors?
    -) How do you use new channels to engage talent?
    -) Are there better ways to present, connect and engage?
    -) How to stop wasting time and money on irrelevant applications?
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    -) Where does mobile fit in the my hiring process?
    -) How can I move from paper application to digital?
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  • We are approaching a time when your business will have to manage the needs and behaviours of four different generations all at once. And make no mistake, each generation behaves very differently.

    A multi-generational workplace is inevitably a complicated one. People of different ages typically have different perspectives on the world. They disagree on the most fundamental issues. They dress differently, eat differently and travel differently. And more pertinently, they work differently.

    Using the latest research, insights and opinions available, Russell Beck, Impellam’s Head of Consulting, examines the challenges inherent within a multi-generational workforce.

    He’ll be focusing on the three generations that are currently the most abundant at work; Baby Boomers, Generation X and Generation Y.

    Please join us for this thought provoking and engaging webinar.
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    Dan Gaffney, Managing Director of Modis South Carolina & Justin Witt, Business Development Manager of Modis Jacksonville
    Millennials are lazy?! Think again! Bust millennial workforce myths with Modis in our free webinar!

    With negative myths weighing them down, millennials are finding difficulty assimilating into the workforce and sharing their talents & knowledge with your company! In order to continue to work toward success, it is vital for companies to understand how to effectively recruit, manage and retain this new and unique generation of workers.

    Modis' Dan Gaffney and Justin Witt are here to debunk some of the negative myths they've been hearing about millennials and give you the tools, strategies and insight you need to connect with the newest and fast-growing members of the workforce.

    In this webinar, we will discuss:
    • The negative myths surrounding millennials in today's workforce
    • The realities to combat these negative myths
    • Ways to effectively leverage these realities to increase productivity and strengthen your multi-generational workforce
  • The Debate Over BYOD Recorded: Oct 16 2012 62 mins
    Adecco USA CIO Eric Alfaro
    Today, most companies tell their employees that it’s okay to bring their own devices to work. However, when you allow your employees to BYOD, you are also allowing them to bring in a host of challenges for your IT department, your security and your budget.

    In our free webinar, we’ll explore the pros and cons of BYOD and discuss the development of a BYOD policy that makes sense for your business.

    Topics we cover include:
    •The prevalence of BYOD today
    •The positive and negative impact of BYOD on companies and employees
    •Strategies for building a better BYOD policy

    Register now!
  • IT Talent Management for Mid-Market Companies Recorded: Jul 25 2012 47 mins
    Modis Senior Vice President Matthew Ripaldi
    If your mid-market business is stuck in the middle of big goals and limited resources, be sure to join us tomorrow for our free webinar.

    Topics we cover include:
    •The impact of the economy on the job market
    •The high cost of making the wrong hire
    •Best practices for hiring and retaining IT talent
    •Methods for incorporating metrics in an interview evaluation
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Modis has become one of the world’s largest providers of information technology services and solutions by creating a culture where people and details are never averaged into a process. Modis is in the business of deploying human intellectual capital to help your organization meet its information technology goals. We do so by treating each human capital challenge as unique and every candidate as an individual. Our expertise is derived from 20 years of delivering world class IT staffing services to Fortune 1000 and mid-market companies in the US, Canada, and Europe.

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