The Social Scene: Hello, Ello
Agency Focus: Doing It For Daniel
“Daniel’s death was devastating for everyone who knew him and there isn’t a day goes by when we don’t wish we could have done things differently. “Our campaign is deliberately emotive because we need it to stand out from the crowded social work job market and attract the best so we can improve what we do. “We know this campaign will be controversial and people may accuse us of exploiting Daniel’s memory. “
Recruiting News Roundup: Quick Hits
Is hierarchal hiring a practice gone wrong? Are hiring mangers not getting it done recruiters? Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt thinks that is the case, as he shares why a committee should have a say in who a company is hiring. Anyone in favor of this concept?
We can be honest here right? Most Healthcare recruiters suck at social media. I said it, but as a healthcare recruiter I feel I have some liberty. That all being said, help might be on the way for my professional colleagues. TweetMyJobs is looking to get more active in the healthcare industry with it’s recently announced partnership with HealthcareSource.
Fake job ads are on the rise in the Australian marketplace as, Tracy Angwin posts on SmartCompany with tips to avoid unethical recruitment processes. Any that you would add?
Thinking about growing your staffing business? Go for it player. Jenny Keller offers a few tips on Scaling Your Staffing Business: Making Cents of It.
Is EmployUS poised to become the Uber of recruitment? Their CEO Jeff Stocks believes so, but then again, he claims have spent years working in the ‘human capital space’. Never a good term, Jeff. Read up on how this start up is beginning to make some noise by disrupting the traditional recruitment model.
What section of the resume is most important in landing the job? Time makes the case for the skills section. A handy 3-step process that is worth passing to your candidates.
RecruitingBlogs Read of the Week
My nomination for RecruitingBlogs.com post of the week goes to the one and only Amy Ala. As a featured RBC member, it is always great to get Amy’s perspective on the glamorous side of recruiting (will allow you to add own sarcasm). She doesn’t disappoint in her latest post, Trust Me, I’m a Professional; this week’s must read for all recruiters digging in the trenches.
About The Author: Tim Spagnola is one of the RecruitingDaily partners and a recruiting content snob. As a professional recruiter since 2002, with experience in healthcare and medical device placement, Tim cares about bringing relevant and real time access to resources and information for our recruiting audience.