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Q1. Does location impact talent management best practices and strategy– or are these universal?
Q2. In today’s increasingly interconnected, global world of work, do state and local organizations like Illinois SHRM still matter? Why or why not?
Q3. What are some of the major themes or trends being talked about at Illinois SHRM? How do these differ from other state conferences?
Q4. What are some of the biggest challenges or obstacles facing HR professionals at the state and local level? Opportunities?
Q5. What role does local or regional culture play in informing or shaping company culture – or does it?
Jason Seiden had to postpone his visit with TalentNet to the 24th; so we're going to take this opportunity to talk about our favorite tools and platforms.
Seems like there's never a shortage of things to do and always a need to try to do it better, faster, and get more out of all that we endeavor. Oh, and we have to make the dollar stretch farther, too!
So the #TalentNet team is here to help; "Cool Tools Craig," Crystal, Marianthe, and the newest member of #TalentNet Radio, LeanHR & Dovetail's Dwane Lay (who wants his own intro music, haha!) will be talking about their favorite tools, software, and things that make life easier on 7/17 at 4p PT | 6p CT | 7p ET... so, join in the fun by listening in here and/or joining the conversation on Twitter under hashtag #TalentNet.
Here's the questions for tomorrow:
Q1. How do you evaluate new tools - cost, selection, usage, effectiveness? #TalentNet
Q2. What are your favorite Social broadcasting tools - sharing content, etc? #TalentNet
Q3 What are some of your favorite Sourcing tools & some platforms ppl wouldn't have expected to find candidates? #TalentNet
Q4. What are your favorite platforms for engaging with your audience/community/candidates & measuring engagement? #TalentNet
Q5. What about tools that aren't #social - offline tools to make our jobs easier and better? #TalentNet
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