Webinar: Critical Trends in Tech Recruiting (& How You Can Leverage Them)

New tech recruiting trends are on track to make a big splash throughout the rest of 2019 and well into 2020. But which ones will actually help shape your recruiting process? How can you shift your recruiting strategy to work with these trends and successfully hire (and continue to hire) standout tech candidates?

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies are rapidly changing the way many recruiters source, engage and hire talent. For some, technological changes can’t happen fast enough. In fact, 77% of recruiters believe their approach will evolve as these technologies grow more prevalent in the industry.

Meanwhile, tech unemployment hasn’t been this low since the turn of the century, and competition to hire qualified candidates now requires businesses to rethink their recruiting strategy. And as tech candidates are are increasingly in high demand, most are well aware of their value. But beyond salary, what else are these candidates looking for in their next career move and how can recruiters meet these expectations to build talented and diverse teams?

Register now for our August 22 webinar where Dice will break down the industry’s hottest trends and what they’ll actually mean for you. Backed by exclusive data and packed with actionable insights, Dice will help you better understand today’s challenges and opportunities in the recruiting world.

During the webinar, Dice will share exclusive insights on:

  • High-demand & high-paying tech skills
  • How you can stand out to attract & retain tech talent
  • Critical factors to successfully building a diverse organization
  • How A.I. can help (& hinder) your recruitment process

Reserve your seat now to get practical recommendations and insights that will yelp you stay ahead of the curve and drive your recruiting strategy into the future.

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Webinar: Critical Trends in Tech Recruiting (& How You Can Leverage Them)

Date: Thursday, Aug 22, 2019

Time: 12 PM PST / 3 PM EST

Length: 1 hour