Recruiting Top Internal Talent

Build a Strong Internal Talent Acquisition Program.

As staffing companies we recruit top talent for our clients – but what about for ourselves?

Do you have a strategy to hire internal talent for your organization?

The competition for internal hires has never been more challenging.

Join Robin Mee, President and Founder of Mee Derby, as she shares insights and best practices for building a strong internal talent acquisition program. Mee Derby is a leader in search for the staffing industry and has placed over 2,000 staffing professionals in hundreds of staffing companies in all industry verticals nationally.

Topics will include:

• having a talent acquisition strategy
• brand awareness and social media as a recruiting tool
• industry experienced hires vs rookies
• hiring to your culture
• compensation structures


Recorded: Thursday, October 20, 2016 at 2:00 PM EST

Duration: 1 hour

ASA CE Credit: 1.0 hour Active CE


Robin Mee, Founder and President, Mee Derby

Robin Mee is Founder and President of Mee Derby, a leading search firm for the Staffing Industry. Robin is a passionate advocate of staffing, a volunteer leader at the American Staffing Association (ASA) and presents regularly at staffing events nationally. She serves on four ASA committees: as chairperson of the Staffing As a Career task force, as a founding member of the Women In Leadership task force, is on the Education & Certification Committee and Search & Placement Policy Council. Staffing Industry Analysts named her to the inaugural 2015 Global Power 100 Women In Staffing and the 2012 and 2016 Staffing 100.

Most importantly, Robin and her team at Mee Derby are highly regarded members of the staffing community whose company is a conduit for change, as Mee Derby has assisted hundreds of staffing companies grow by hiring top talent and thousands of staffing professionals elevate in their careers.

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