Tuesday, June 11

4:15 pm - 5:00 pm

Candidate experience matters when engaging and hiring the best candidates in your pipeline, but what about the experience of those who don’t receive a job offer?

If your organization mismanages this delicate stage of the hiring process, it has the potential to negatively impact your employment brand and your consumer brand.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How Delta Airlines is rethinking its talent acquisition function
  • Why the experience of all candidates matter
  • Where you can improve your talent acquisition process right now

Carol McDaniel

Director, Global Talent Acquisition
Delta Air Lines

About Carol McDaniel

Prior to joining Delta Air Lines as the Director, Global Talent Acquisition,  Carol served as the Director of Talent Acquisition with Johns Hopkins Health System, where she oversaw, directed, and managed a team of 10 in the recruitment process for one of the most progressive organizations in the healthcare industry to meet the needs of a demanding pediatric hospital under the Johns Hopkins Health System.

After serving in the United States Air Force for ten years, McDaniel’s experience in the Talent Acquisition Industry began in Olsten Staffing, Lucent Technologies as a corporate recruiter, and she worked for Bernard Hodes Group for 12 years working with organizations to put Talent acquisition strategies in place. Her background combines extensive Human Resource consulting, recruiting, marketing and advertising expertise. With her strong understanding of the many challenges in today’s competitive labor market environment, she is considered a subject matter expert in the employer marketing and branding process. This expertise has proved to play a crucial role in the development of talent management and acquisition strategies.  She has been featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered” and NBC Night News for her innovative strategies in “Geo-Fencing” and Re-targeting” in the Talent Acquisition arena. Carol sits on the Talent Acquisition Special Expertise Panel for the Society of Human Resource Management as an advisor and contributor to SHRM’s talent initiatives.  Carol is a frequent speaker at HR and SHRM events, national programs, and training seminars to focus on the areas of talent acquisition and talent communications.