This year marked the second annual Global Talent Acquisition Day, a celebration honoring all the hard-working talent acquisition professionals around the world. Recruiters, sourcers, hiring managers, employer brand specialists, recruitment marketers, and all-around TA experts came together on Wednesday, September 4th to celebrate their profession and promote their recruitment teams.
At Recruitics, we’re thrilled to build upon the day of recognition started by KRT Marketing (acquired by Recruitics) and continue on as a co-founder with the Association of Talent Acquisition Professionals (ATAP)!
Noteworthy additions to #GlobalTADay in 2019
For year two, we took the #GlobalTADay assets to the next level. We created our very own Global TA Day branded giphy channel with unique #GlobalTADay gifs. To date, the channel has sparked over 125,000 views! To utilize the gifs, visit the site or search #GlobalTADay or #TalentAcquisition on the gif search in Instagram Stories.
Additionally, our very own Recruitics teammate, Michelle Sargent, co-hosted a webinar with Phenom People and ATAP called “Talent Acquisition Trends that Rock” to celebrate Global Talent Acquisition Day. Watch the recording of the webinar to get the inside scoop on what’s next for the industry in 2019 and beyond.
What was your favorite #GlobalTADay asset? Take this quick survey and let us know!
Take a look at the worldwide reach of this year’s #GlobalTADay
Talent acquisition teams truly embraced the global emphasis in #GlobalTADay in 2019. It was so exciting to see companies across the world participate and to see collaborative internal celebrations from each continent. We loved how Intel’s recruitment teams took to social media to share their various events in India, China, Japan, Poland, the UK, and the US. They even created their own branded hashtag— #GlobalTADayatIntel—check it out!
It was bigger and better than ever, with many in-person networking events. CareerXroads hosted 7 in-person parties with notable organizations, such as The Walt Disney Company, McDonalds, Intuit, and Teradata, to name a few. Local recruitment organizations hosted happy hours and luncheons for their members. DFW Texas Recruiters Network had a record-setting attendance with over 250 members participating at their celebration, and several companies also organized large internal festivities for their recruitment teams!
Most importantly, #GlobalTADay marked a special occasion for recruitment marketing and talent acquisition professionals to share what they love most about their jobs.
Of course, the holiday served as an excellent platform for organizations to share their appreciation and the successes of their talent acquisition teams.
We couldn’t be prouder of the success of the second annual #GlobalTADay! We’re already counting down the days until September 2, 2020. Can we count you in? Make sure to visit the ILoveTalentAcquisition.com site often and join the mailing list. This way, you can stay on top of the #GlobalTADay news. Who knows? Maybe you can celebrate with your own custom Global TA Day cake next year!
Want to see even more of the festivities?
- ERE – Happy Global Talent Acquisition Day Recruiters
- Lever – 7 Ways to Celebrate Global Talent Acquisition Day at Your Office
- VSource – 13 Gifs that Perfectly Describe Life in Talent Acquisition
- Yello – Yello and Friends Thank a Recruiter on Global TA Day
- HR Review – Global Talent Acquisition Day – what does it take to attract and hire the best talent?
- Talent Function – Reflections on Global Talent Acquisition Day
- The HR Source – Happy Global Talent Acquisition Day
- Drive Thru HR – Celebrating Global TA Day with Kristen LeBlanc
- Fidelity Jobs – Global TA Day at Fidelity
Will you be celebrating #GlobalTADay next year? Let us know how—we would love to join the party and help you celebrate!
Posted by Melissa Van Dyke
Melissa is a social marketing strategist at Recruitics, where she brings her passion for social media to the table on a daily basis. She puts her fun personality into each custom campaign she creates. (You’ve probably seen a few on your Facebook feeds!) Melissa is a Saint Mary’s College of California alumna where she earned a Bachelor of Science in psychology and a minor in business administration. Outside of work, you can find her either attending country music concerts or binge-watching reality TV. Melissa is as dedicated to her clients as she is to the Real Housewives franchise.LinkedIn