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Candidate sourcing and identification is probably the most important step in the cycle of talent acquisition, because you can’t move forward with getting the most out of a person’s job if you haven’t found the right person in the first place.

As talent acquisition becomes more competitive and as workforce expectations change, candidate sourcing not only takes hard work and persistence, but also a proactive attitude.

Thankfully, at Recruitment Interactive 2013, you will find out just how optimising your candidate sourcing can help capture the right talent for your organisation.

This presentation, shared by Vineet Gambhir, APAC head of global staffing at Cisco Systems, will focus on how he has boosted the company’s sourcing strategies and channels.

“Through which channels can leaders find the best talent leads? How can we navigate the sea of data that accompanies each candidate? And why are recruitment strategies reactive, rather than proactive? These are all big questions talent acquisition leaders should be asking themselves,” says Rebecca Lewis, editor of Human Resources.

“Vineet’s presentation, which will touch on sourcing better through referrals, finding candidates in niche markets and securing the best graduates, will be incredibly valuable to any business leaders in charge of locating their company’s top talent.”

This topic will also be discussed in the round-table discussions, led by hand-picked HR experts to help you better communicate, share and learn during this one-day event.

For more information on Recruitment Interactive 2013, to view the agenda and speakers, or to register, please go to


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