It’s that time of the year again, and the Glassdoor Summit in San Francisco is the place to be. This event focuses on the ever-evolving talent acquisition landscape with a focus on talent attraction, recruiting, employer branding, and culture.

We’re focusing on Days 2 and 3 because that’s where the real meat and potatoes are, Day 1 is usually used for intros and welcomes.

Day 2 featured some dynamic leaders including Katie Burke VP of Culture and Experience at Hubspot, Andrew Levy Head of Global Careers Brand at Uber, Lisa Smith-Strother Sr. Director and Global Head of Employer Branding and Diversity Talent Attraction at Ericsson, Lucia Luce Quinn Chief People Officer at Forrester just to name a few.

If you missed Day 2 don’t worry we have you covered with a brief summary and also some of the best tweets/insights.

The day started with emphasis on employer brand and ways of turning it into a competitive advantage for your company and also touched on ideas in creating, measuring, and analyzing its impact.

Then diversity and inclusion recruitment strategy were discussed, specifically strategies in utilizing key diversity events, social media presence, and tactical digital marketing campaigns to attract the right candidates.

Other topics presented during Day 2:

  • Employer Value Proposition
  • Recruitment Metrics
  • HR Leader Strategy
  • Transparency

Here are some of the top tweets from Day 2:




About the Author —Nick Misa is the Marketing Lead for Ongig, the first-ever video job description platform. Ongig lets you display your Employer Brand on your job search page, microsites, and job descriptions. Early clients of Ongig include Yelp, GoDaddy, Verizon Digital and Autodesk..

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