Established in 2003, with more than 332 million members worldwide, LinkedIn works on the principle of connection and networking.
LinkedIn is used for everything related to professional life: circulating information on companies, promoting contacts, developing business, etc.
But today, this social network is increasingly used in active recruitment.
49% of LinkedIn's revenue comes from these recruitment services.
This hands-on, interactive training will enable you to use LinkedIn effectively to recruit the most relevant profiles for your business.
15 June 2021 (FR) - 2pm-4pm
Price: 300.00 €
Language: English, also available in French, German and Luxemburgisch
Number of participants: 12
By the end of this training, the participants will be able to:
What is my recruiter profile?
How to optimise the search engine
How to recruit via LinkedIn
Advantages and disadvantages of this social network
Note that this is a training on the basics of using LinkedIn as part of professional recruitment.
This training is coordinated by Vinciane Istace, Partner, People & Organisation for PwC Luxembourg.
This training will be presented by People & Organisation experts.
Vinciane has been with PwC for more than 25 years and became Head of the firm’s Human Resource department in 2003 after having worked as an Auditor and Chartered Accountant. In her executive role of Human Capital Partner then Leader, she structured PwC HR operational capabilities, and co-designed and deployed the firm’s HR strategy. This role exposed her to the diversity of all the lines of services in Luxembourg, totalling 2,850 people with the valuable support of a team of 50 HR engaged experts.
She is currently the leader of the People and Process Outsourcing (“PPO”) practice, proposing assistance to our clients in the field of payroll, immigration and HR administration driven by high quality standards and of the People and Organisation (P&O) team, providing HR advisory services from HR strategic design to implementation.
She has also the privilege of acting as the Diversity & Inclusion Leader for PwC Luxembourg. In that role, she ensures the deployment of the D&I ambition.
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