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Recruiting, hiring and internal mobility remain prominent areas of focus for Human Resources practitioners; talent acquisition and management are, after all, one of the foundations of the HR profession.
Despite these core competencies, however, it can be difficult for HR & Recruiting practitoners to apply their skills and expertise at career development to their own professional growth.
It's something that Teela Jackson, Director of Talent Delivery for Talent Connections, knows something about.
Jackson is an executive recruiter specializing in finding and placing HR executive talent, working daily with HR leaders on both sides of the recruiting table.
Join TalentNet Radio on Tuesday, January 22 at 7 PM ET as we discuss the HR job market and what it takes for an HR professional to successfully make the next step in their careers - or hire top HR talent in to their current organization.
Q1.How does recruiting & retaining HR talent differ from other functions (or does it)?
Q2. What are the most in demand HR skills or experience companies are looking for? What role does "personal brand" play?
Q3. What are the biggest obstacles or land mines organizations face when recruiting HR talent? Candidates?
Q4. What employer branding initiatives can companies do to attract top HR talent?
Q5. What does it take for HR professionals to succeed in finding a job? Any resources you'd recommend?
It's good to talk.