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How to Prove Your Recruiting Success

How to Prove Your Recruiting Success

Recruiting is a constant need for your organization. In December 2017, the ratio of unemployed job seekers per available job was just 1.1 person per posting. It’s no wonder that 72 percent of CEOs are concerned about the availability of key skills. But proving that your recruiting program meets your organization’s needs means trying to get objective measurements on one of the most subjective aspects of the workplace: the definition of a quality hire.

Join Mallory Brown of Glassdoor, JD Conway of BambooHR, Jamie Hooker of SeatGeek, and Kayla Vatalaro of Asana for insights on how you can measure your real recruiting situation, learn from your mistakes, and communicate your triumphs.

  • methods for tracking and measuring retention
  • metrics to help your recruiting team progress
  • how to compare your recruiting with your competition
  • signs of a quality hire
About the speakers
JD Conway

Head of Talent Acquisition at BambooHR

JD has over a decade of experience as both a third-party recruiter for boutique technical recruiting firms and as an in-house recruiter. He's managed talent acquisition teams in high-growth SaaS companies and served Fortune 500 clients for the world’s largest recruiting corporation. From organizational health to recruitment marketing and employer branding, JD has used his expertise to change the way companies structure and view the functions of talent acquisition.

Mallory Brown

Product Marketing Manager at Glassdoor

Mallory Brown is a Product Marketing Manager at Glassdoor. Mallory seeks to educate HR and talent acquisition professionals about Glassdoor's recruiting solutions. She gets daily inspiration from helping employers hire more efficiently and foster thriving company culture. Mallory speaks as an industry expert on branding, employee engagement, and recruiting topics. She earned her bachelor's degree in English from Cal Polytechnic State University.

Jamie Hooker

Director of TA at SeatGeek

Jamie leads recruiting at SeatGeek where she's seen the team grow from 25 to 300+ over the past 4.5 years. SeatGeek is a ticket search engine and marketplace focused on changing the closed nature of the ticketing industry through its mobile forward, open technology. SeatGeek is also a Glassdoor Best Places to Work company for 2017 and 2018. A big sports fan, Jamie's favorite part of SeatGeek (other than the people, of course) may just be the monthly ticket perk!

Kayla Vatalaro

Head of Recruiting at Asana

Kayla Vatalaro is the Head of Recruiting at Asana where she leads and manages the company's talent acquisition strategy and team. Prior to joining Asana, Kayla led recruiting and employer brand at the Trade Desk. Before finding her home in tech, Kayla worked in neurodevelopmental and genomics research for Harvard Medical and Children’s Hospital Boston. Kayla also works with non-profits that support closing the achievement gap, and holds degrees in Neuroscience and Women’s Studies from Northeastern University.

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