Posts by: Pete Radloff

Reports Of the Death of Recruiting Have Been Greatly Exaggerated.

In case you hadn’t heard, it turns out that recruiting is dead (or dying, or going extinct, or some similarly dire prediction)...

The Way Buying Should Be: Evaluating HR Technology

It’s confusing to me how we go through more than thirteen years of education without learning things we’ll need for the rest...

Little Secrets: Salary and the Impact of Things Left Unsaid

When Massachusetts enacted their law prohibiting employers from asking for or requiring the salary history of a candidate, there was a...

Busted: I Have Resume Bias

We all have resume bias - errors and mistakes that are deal breakers and will stop you from ever getting an interview.

Sin City: Hacking Candidate Conferences

Under normal circumstances, I would not find myself within several hundred miles of Las Vegas at the beginning of August. I guess I’m...

Spam: She’s Crafty

Licensed to Ill is a record that changed everyone’s mind about what hip-hop was, especially coming from three white guys from NYC....

LivingSocial: When Networks And Culture Actually Work.

The terms “network” and “networking” have a rather nebulous definition, depending on who you ask; of course, for so...

5 Things Every New Recruiter Needs To Remember.

I’ve been at this recruiting thing for almost 16 years now, and I can’t say that I knew I’d be doing what I do for a...

LION Hunting: Why “LinkedIn Open Networkers” Deserve to Be Shot.

I hate to kick someone when they’re already down. In fact, I’m surprised I can, all things considered. Seriously. For all the...

The Rise and Fall of LinkedIn: A Recruiting Requiem.

There’s nothing new about M&A in the HR Technology Industry; after all, big fish swallows little fish is how most top tier talent...

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