Are you tapping into your alumni?

Are you tapping into your alumni?

Candidates become applicants, then employees, and eventually alumni. But talent moving on to the next stage of their journey doesn’t need to be the end of your relationship with them.

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Create a destination for your alumni

Build a branded hub and network for your former employees to keep them connected to your organization and increase boomerang hiring.

Create a new source of referrals

Give company alumni a channel to refer candidates with the right skills to open roles at your organization.

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Nurture your alumni network

Track the career development of former employees, keep them engaged and share relevant news, views or open roles, and host targeted events based on skills, departments or ERG interest.

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Further resources

5 Benefits Of Becoming A Skills-First Organization
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5 Benefits Of Becoming A Skills-First Organization

In order to make access to work fairer, while unlocking productivity and boosting retention, companies are starting to match people with “jobs to be done” based on skills.

How Can You Unlock Purpose & Potential In Your Workforce? With Stephen Lochhead, Expedia Group
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How Can You Unlock Purpose & Potential In Your Workforce? With Stephen Lochhead, Expedia Group

Hear from Stephen Lochhead, Senior Vice President, Global Talent Acquisition at Expedia Group, on how to unlock potential in your workforce, and create continuity in hiring programs.

What Makes A Winning Post-Merger Culture? With Deeanne King, T-Mobile
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What Makes A Winning Post-Merger Culture? With Deeanne King, T-Mobile

The Executive Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer at T-Mobile discusses how mergers and acquisitions impact culture, and other important talent challenges.

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