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Training Programs for Best Practices in Online Recruiting

Called the "Zagat of the online employment industry" by the American Staffing Association, WEDDLE's is the authoritative source for information about Best Practices in online recruiting. It is now offering a wide range of training programs at a special discount for Net-Temps recruiters. These programs can be delivered on-site in your own facility or in a toll-free audio format to wherever your recruiters are located.
You can select a single 75-minute program, pick two programs for a combined 2.5-hour seminar or three programs for a half-day workshop. All programs are delivered by WEDDLE's Publisher, Peter Weddle, one of the most highly rated trainers in the industry.

WEDDLE's training programs include:
  • A-to-Z in Best Practices for Online Recruitment Advertising
  • Best Practices in Sourcing Passive Prospects Online
  • Blink Recruiting: Getting to "Yes" Fast With Passive Prospects
  • Building a Staffing Firm Web-Site That Will Build its Business
  • Optimizing the Candidate Experience: The Secret to Recruiting Top Talent
  • The Sum & Substance of a Great Talent Brand
  • Transforming Your Resume Database into a Candidate Gold Mine
  • Leadership for Everyone: The Key to Bottom Line Success
  • Staffing Metrics That Count in the Corner Office

For more information and to schedule your private, in-house WEDDLE's training program, please call WEDDLE's at 203.964.1888. And don't forget: Tell them you're a Net-Temps recruiter to get a special discount.

"The WEDDLE's Seminar has been held in cities around the country to rave reviews; in fact, more than 95% have said they found the seminars to be both very informative and very helpful."
The Wall Street Journal