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Webinar | Positioning Your Firm to Attract the Next Generation of Talent

Accountingfly CEO Jeff Phillips presents his checklist for finding your next generation of leaders. That means being the kind of workplace millennial accountants want to join and communicating your employer brand the way young accountants digest career information.
Jeff also reviews how to make the most of Meet The Firms Week 2015 (October 19-23) and offer tips on creating free job postings to attract interns and entry level candidates through this event.

Learning Objectives:

  • Review the checklist for attracting and hiring young accountants and accounting students
  • Learn how to use internet marketing to compel young accountants and students to apply to your firm
  • Learn how to write “internet ready” job postings that will improve

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