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Measuring Your Apply Chain

In this webinar Doug Berg, Chief Recruiting Geek of SuccessFactors (formerly Jobs2web), will share with you how to measure all of your recruitment marketing initiatives and key performance indicators that you should be reporting on, along with sharing best/worst practices he’s seeing in the marketpl
In this webinar Doug Berg, Chief Recruiting Geek of SuccessFactors (formerly Jobs2web), will share with you how to measure all of your recruitment marketing initiatives and key performance indicators that you should be reporting on, along with sharing best/worst practices he’s seeing in the marketplace (careful, he might show your company’s career site as a bad example).

Doug will also share industry wide stats from the Jobs2web client network including the applicant to hire ratios from the different channels online (job boards, search engines, social networks, mobile apps, etc.) and which ATS systems are best for candidate conversions.
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