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Presenter: Alex Chausovsky, Director of Analytics & Consulting, Miller Resource Group


The war for talent is escalating. Some organizations are ill-prepared to handle the challenges of an increasingly complex labor market, shackled by the “we’ve always done it this way” mentality. Others are thriving, armed with analytical insights and surrounded by allies, allowing them to snap up highly performing “impact players” and supercharge their growth. What kind of an organization are you? More importantly, what kind do you want to be in the future?

This six-part webinar series will deliver key insights designed to help business leaders and decision makers elevate their talent-focused activities.

April’s webinar focuses on the first pillar of talent strategy: attracting workers to your organization. We review the factors that candidates consider when assessing company attractiveness and identify the key elements that make an organization attractive to top talent. We also discuss the need for companies to proactively “sell” candidates on why they’re an attractive place to work. Finally, we cover CLAMPS, which are the different preferences and priorities that candidates place on the various aspects of each position.

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Alex Chausovsky, director of analytics & consulting, Miller Resource Group, is a highly experienced market researcher and analyst with more than twenty years of expertise across subjects including economics, industrial manufacturing, automation, and advanced technology trends. For the last two decades, he has consulted and advised companies throughout the US and Canada, Europe, South America, and Asia.

He has delivered hundreds of keynote presentations and webinars to small businesses, trade associations, and Fortune 500 companies across a spectrum of industries. Alex is currently overseeing a suite of analytics products focused on talent for the Miller Resource Group. He is also consulting with companies to help them become better at attracting, hiring, and retaining the impact players in their industry.