Episode 15: How companies can attract and retain talent

In this episode we continue our talk with Corry Prohens, President of IQ Workforce.  In the previous podcast we talked about how to find and keep a job in Web Analytics.   In this episode we look at staffing from the perspective of the employers and steps they can take to attract and retain talent.

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Hosts: Adam GrecoRudi Shumpert
Guest Host: Corry Prohens

Corry Prohens is President of IQ Workforce and one of the leading Web Analytics and Digital Media recruiters in the country. As an active member of the Web Analytics Association and SEMPO, Corry and his team are active in the professional communities that they serve.  They sponsor and speak at web analytics and search marketing events, host several leading blogs, publish the bi-weekly IQ Blast and conduct quarterly industry research.  As recruiters they have developed an unusually robust network of clients and candidates globally. Analytics disciplines are becoming increasingly interwoven. Corry’s team is at the forefront of this evolution in the US, UK, EU and Australia, providing access to some of the hardest-to-find talent in the marketplace.

Corry Prohens / IQ Workforce info:

Twitter: @corryprohens

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