On this week’s roundtable Mark Hornung will be talking about the importance of reducing your apply process and how this directly impacts recruiting quality candidates. Mark’s worked with some of the world’s largest brands, Coca-Cola, Raytheon, Apple, Bank of America and Lockheed Martin, on their recruitment campaigns and/or employer branding.
He’ll walk us through client case studies where they reduced the time to apply to less than five minutes and increased quality candidates.
Mark will share how we should be rethinking our approach from listing all of the job requirements up front to a job posting that is a conversation starter. He’ll also spend time talking about how to navigate larger organizations to meet the employer and hiring manager requirements while providing a streamlined experience to the job seeker.
We will discuss:
- What is the ideal length for a job posting? Is there one, or do lengths vary, depending on the job?
- What about the hiring manager who wants to screen out applicants by listing too many requirements?
- How does an employer ensure that all candidates see the full scope of responsibilities so that they’re completely informed before they apply?
- What about video job descriptions?
As always- no sales pitches. No boring presentations. Just good conversation.
Principal Consultant, MBrandSF
Mark Hornung is a thought-leader on employer brands, recruitment marketing, and social media recruiting. He began his career as an award-winning advertising copywriter and creative director, developing recruitment campaigns for Apple, Lockheed Martin, Bank of America, and other clients. He became regional partner for JWT Inside and discovered the world of brands and brand research. He later worked for Bernard Hodes Group as employer brand consultant to clients such as Cisco, General Mills, Coca-Cola, Raytheon, Kia Motors, Clorox, and other employers. Mark joined Informatica as Global Manager of Employer Branding in 2015, where he launched a worldwide employee ambassador social media campaign that garnered 100 million page views in nine months. He was recruited to join data analytics leader Teradata in 2017, where he supervised the overhaul of the company’s global employer brand and recruitment marketing infrastructure. Today, he is a consultant doing business as MBrandSF (em-brand-ess-eff), working with health insurer Blue Shield of California and healthcare start-up Altais.
Mark lives in Half Moon Bay, California, about 30 miles south of San Francisco, and is an unrepentant car enthusiast and continuously improving barbecue chef.
Moderator and Vice President of Marketing and Co-Founder, JobSync
JobSync, an HR Tech Start-up working to create better candidate experiences by fixing the broken apply process many companies face, today announced the hire of David Bernstein as VP of Partnerships and Industry Relations.
“I could not be more excited than I am to have David join our team. In his new role, David will spearhead the development and expansion of partnerships with Job Boards, ATSs, and other key service providers in the talent acquistion space. David brings an incredible set of experiences…
JobSync, an HR Tech Start-up focused on creating a simple, seamless, and secure hiring experience, has been recognized as an HR Tech Awards winner by TalentCulture. Joining JobSync is a distinguished group of award winners which includes Indeed, N-A-S and Eightfold AI.
“It is extremely rewarding to be recognized by the team at TalentCulture for the work we are doing, and the vision we have to help connect the hiring systems used by Talent Acquisition. Core to our principles is to create better experiences for all of the stakeholders in the Talent Acquisition Technology Ecosystem, all of which starts with a better candidate experience,” said Alex Murphy, JobSync’s CEO.