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Building Your Talent Pipeline Through Candidate Attraction

Roger Daigle
By Roger Daigle
on August 10, 2017

Creating a strong employer brand will ensure more people want to work for your organization. Figures show that poor candidate experience within the recruitment process can cost companies dearly, with 60 percent of candidates having suffered a negative experience and 60 percent of employers subject to negative online feedback as a result.

Creating a candidate attraction strategy should therefore be a top priority for companies. Check out our infographic for more information.

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Roger Daigle
Written by Roger Daigle
Roger Daigle, Global Director, has more than ten years of RPO experience, including building and managing the AGS North American network of Recruitment Delivery Centers (RDCs) over the past two years. This experience collaborating with existing RDCs in other countries—namely AGS Bangalore and AGS Manila—further fortified his capabilities as a global industry expert. In addition to the RDC project, Roger concurrently oversaw the rebuild of AGS’s internal recruitment team in North America. As a Global Director, Roger led multiple RPO implementations where he directly managed onsite RPO teams; provided consultative guidance to clients on process improvements and effective staffing/hiring techniques; and facilitated communication with key stakeholders regarding all aspects of the programs to ensure peerless governance and quality assurance.

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