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Messaging best practices for the real world recruiter

“Tools do A job, not YOUR job” – Batman (Mike Cohen)

With all of the advertising, spam, recruiters (over 500,000), and the ability for candidates to easily find jobs on their own, the need for quality outreach and communication has never been higher.  But what does that look like? Should we send as many messages as possible to increase our chances of getting the right person? Should we send individual highly customized and tailored messages? Or is there something in between?

In this webinar Batman will share his tips, tricks, and best practices for:

  • How to message groups of candidates and still make the messages sound custom
  • Message cadence
  • Message formatting
  • Best practices for length, images, writing style, etc.

About the Speaker

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    Mike “Batman” Cohen

    Founder, Wayne Technologies

    Mike “Batman” Cohen is the Founder of Wayne Technologies, a Contract Sourcing, and Recruitment Training Organization. His approach to sourcing is one based on deliverables, transparent data, and using multiple sources/platforms to find the greatest diversity and quality of candidates.

    He has worked with a diverse group of clients including Whole Foods, The New York Times, Waste Management, GIPHY, Walter P. Moore, etc. He also contributes articles to SourceCon and RecruitingDaily, helps run SourceHouston, is a Brand Ambassador for ERE, and an Executive Board Member on ATAP (Association for Talent Acquisition Professionals)