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Ronnie Bratcher

Ronnie Bratcher is the chairman and social media manager of the Technology Association of Georgia Recruiting Society. With over 17 years of sourcing and recruiting experience, he has established creative sourcing strategies that are highly adaptable to any business vertical. His management experience helps companies excel at implementing efficient sourcing techniques, developing relationships with candidates, and understanding business processes. He’s also helped build teams at organizations including Microsoft, Sears, Amazon, Pindrop, Carbon Black, and Celerant Consulting (now Hitatchi Consulting). Connect with Ronnie on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Recent Posts

How Atlanta Talent Pros Work Around the Challenges of Tech Hiring

As Chairman of the Technology Association of Georgia’s recruiting society, I strive to offer the local recruiting community resources for continued learning and networking.

Keeping up with today’s candidates means understanding talent trends – knowing where people spend their time searching for jobs, how they want to interact with employers, and what engages them with a new role – whether or not they’re actively looking. You’ve heard it repeatedly: Modern day talent networks are saturated with recruiters vying after the same people. In Atlanta, some of our hiring challenges include attracting non-local talent, building diverse candidate pools, and discovering the “next big thing” in the world of sourcing tools.

TAG recently partnered with Entelo to bring together over 150 industry peers to talk about the state of hiring in the Atlanta market. What does it take to engage and hire a local candidate?