Appcast to Provide an Exclusive Look Into The 2023 Recruitment Marketing Benchmark Report During Live Webinar – Yahoo Finance

Andrew Flowers, lead labor economist at Appcast, will share expert insight on the most significant data points featured in Appcast's soon-to-be-released 2023 Recruitment Marketing Benchmark Report
LEBANON, N.H., Jan. 19, 2023 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — WHAT
Appcast, the global leader in programmatic recruitment advertising technology and services, will hold a live webinar hosted by Appcast's Lead Labor Economist Andrew Flowers. Ahead of the official release of Appcast's seventh annual Recruitment Marketing Benchmark Report, the webinar will provide an in-depth analysis of the notable trends that defined recruiting in 2022 to help organizations prepare for the new year.
Webinar attendees will acquire a deeper understanding of the following:
The forces that shaped the hiring landscape in 2022 and how recruiters can prepare for more changes in 2023
How economic dynamics such as labor shortages and inflation affect the market and recruiting costs, plus how those effects shift depending on location and role
Where and when prospective candidates are looking for jobs and how companies can stand out against the competition in every step of their search process
How to transform one's job ad performance through job title optimization, pay transparency and other tactics
WHO
Andrew Flowers, lead labor economist at Appcast
Andrew Flowers is the lead labor economist at Appcast, the global leader in programmatic recruitment advertising technology and services. He also serves as the director of research at Recruitonomics, an insights hub powered by Appcast, designed to help business leaders stay on top of the evolving labor market. He leads a team of economists who produce data-driven research that aims to bring clarity to the chaos of a changing economic landscape.
A recognized expert on economic policy, the U.S. labor market and macroeconomy, Flowers is frequently interviewed by leading media outlets – such as The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNBC, NPR's Marketplace and Business Insider. With nearly 15 years of experience, he has produced more than 50 economic research reports throughout his career.
WHEN & WHERE
Date: Tuesday, January 24, 2023
Time: 1 – 2 p.m. ET
All webinar attendees will be among the first to receive Appcast's full 2023 Recruitment Marketing Benchmark Report, to be published in early February.
Additionally, attendees are eligible for 1 SHRM professional development credit (PDC).
To register for this free event, please click here.
About Appcast
Appcast is the global leader in programmatic recruitment advertising technology and services. With advanced technology, unmatched market data and a team of the industry's best recruitment marketers, Appcast's technology and services manage job advertising annually on behalf of more than 1,500 clients. Headquartered in Lebanon, N.H. with offices in Boston, Mass. and New Brunswick, Canada, Appcast is a subsidiary of StepStone, a leading digital recruitment platform that connects companies with the right talent and helps people find the right job. To learn more, visit http://www.appcast.io and follow on Twitter @appcast_io.
Media Contact
Elizabeth Buccianti, Gabriel Marketing Group (for Appcast), 407-463-8865, [email protected]
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