Social Media and Recruitment/EmploymentWhitepaper page 3
Mike TemkinVice President, Strategic Planning and Development
Mike has brought the philosophy and strategies of product and business-to- business advertising to the recruitment advertising arena. Before joining ShakerRecruitment Advertising & Communications in 1988, Mike spent 16 years working with consumer and industrial clients on print, out-of-home, broadcast, and specialevent campaigns for products and services. At Shaker, Mike manages Shaker’sIntegrated Media Services Department: a 20-person team devoted exclusively tonon-traditional recruitment advertising, including radio, television, out-of-home,direct mail, special events, Internet, wireless and other newly emerging media. Anactive member of a SHRM Chapter in DuPage County, Illinois (HRA of Greater Oak Brook), he servedas Vice President–Programming. He has been invited to speak at meetings for media and HR associations in regard to expanding the use of new media options for the purpose of employmentadvertising and talent acquisition. Mike co-presented “New Recruitment Advertising Strategies” at theEmployer’s Association Conference in Central Illinois, has been quoted on recruitment advertisingtechniques in recent issues of
The Wall Street Journal
and has served as a guest writer in
. Mike will be in Stockholm this fall to speak about New Media at anInternational Employer Branding Conference.
Christine A. JohnsonDirector, Global Client Management
Chris has nearly 14 years of experience in the recruitment advertising andemployment marketing industry. She has specialized expertise within employer branding, talent acquisition strategies, retention initiatives, and global talentsolutions through centralized strategy and communications. Chris providesconsultative insight and guidance to senior-level human resources and marketingexecutives of Fortune 50 clients seeking to maximize their talent managementinvestments. She holds a business degree from Elmhurst College, graduatingsumma cum laude. Chris is an active member of SHRM, SMA, and HRMAC, and business organizations such as The Executives Club of Chicago and The Conference Board. She hascontributed to articles in
and numerous industry newsletters. Sheconducted a national Webinar for SHRM in August 2007 on the topic of quality of hire, and spoke atThe Conference Board’s Corporate Reputation Conference in New York in September 2007—addressing how employer reputation impacts talent attraction and retention. She will co-present Webinars with Lou Adler, The Adler Group, in August and October 2008, and also co-present at amini-summit September 2008, in Chicago. Other experience includes work in the area of municipaleconomic development, with the goal of attracting retail businesses to foster thriving, vibrantdowntown business districts.