Updated: Jan 5, 2022
Is the roundtable back?
The news cycle on workforce trends is like a revolving door – and its influence on candidate’s expectations and behavior is real. Hybrid work and remote options are top of mind for candidates, the service industry took a major hit, minimum wage is on the rise , and eCommerce jobs are growing in demand. What does this mean for the future of work? We decided to dive right in and round out the year by pulling out our crystal ball and giving our predictions for recruiting in 2022.
Our featured guest for our final roundtable of the year is Brian Fink, Senior Technical Recruiter at Twitter. Brian has seen his fair share of changes, trends, high and low points in the world of talent acquisition over the last 365 days and he’s sharing his insights, predictions, and even fears for the future of recruiting.
How will the Great Resignation (or the Great Realignment) roll into 2022?
What best practices are we leaving behind and what new ones are we using moving forward?
What companies should we keep an eye on and why? [Hint, Brian works for Twitter.]
Join in to give us your 2022 predictions and to let us know what you’re happy to leave behind in 2021. Remember – this is an open forum so everyone is able [and encouraged] to participate.
What should you expect?
We’ll start with introductions [short and sweet] then turn the spotlight onto our featured guest. During the conversation everyone will have access to the chat and [if you choose to have your video on] all participants can see each other.
There are NO sales decks involved. This is an open forum for everyone to interact, ask questions, and learn together.
Meet our featured guest
Senior Technical Recruiter, Twitter
With 10+ years of specialized recruiting experience, Brian has helped a wide range of professionals ranging from entry-level candidates (new grads) to C-Suite executives take the next step up in their careers and stretch their professional capabilities.
As a true “head-hunter”, he excels at direct recruiting, direct sourcing, and aligning opportunities to professionals.