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Stand Out! Engaging with Experienced Hires

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Engaging within experienced hire talent can be challenging, especially when you’re trying to reach people with specialist skills who may be approached about roles on a regular basis.

How do you stand out from the crowd when it comes to experienced hire engagement and more effectively maintain relationships with scares skills talent?

Matt Sharp, Employer Brand Manager for Amazon EU joins Jodie Grove, Client Partner at Meet & Engage to discuss what Amazon are doing to start conversations with key experienced hire groups and how they are involving the wider business.

Matt shares his top 3 engagement tips and also share how the external engagement strategy can also translate into an internal strategy for maintaining employee engagement.

The session covers:

o The difficulties with experienced hire engagement, especially in scarce skills areas
o What Amazon are doing to stand out from the crowd
o How Amazon are involving their wider business
o Matt’s top 3 engagement tips
o How similar strategies can be employed to keep your employees engaged.

The session will last for 45 minutes including time for Q&A at the end.

 

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