Tag: Recruiting Industry

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Stop the Recruiting Spam. Seriously.

No matter how awesome my day happens to be, as soon as I open my personal e-mail, it’s pretty much guaranteed that it’s all...

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Kill Your Unicorns: A Trench Recruiting Reality Check

Recruiting is evolving. Fast. Faster than any time in my 15+ years in corporate recruiting. There are many contributing factors: social...

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Don’t Predict the Future of Recruiting. Change It.

We were asked to predict the future of recruiting. We declined. It is too easy. Everything is possible when you are never held accountable....

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What Corporate Recruiters Really Want From A Staffing Agency

Let me be really clear here to start this post off: I’m not hating on staffing agencies. In fact, far from it. I actually grew up on...

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Pour One Out: The Day Recruiting Died

If business is booming, or even if things are just going good, than you should be recruiting. It’s not just something we should be...

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Setting The Line: A Scorecard for Selecting Applicant Tracking Systems

It’s not the fault of applicant tracking systems (ATS) that they’re somewhat schizophrenic; after all, they’re built to...

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Leave Recruiting To Recruiters

I knew I could do it.  Come on, I thought to myself; how hard could it be to repair that old, leaky, beaten up faucet in our kitchen?...

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LinkedIn Lawsuit: Potential FCRA Violations Mean HR Might Need To Lawyer Up

When you’re a company with the size and scale of LinkedIn, you’ve basically got a big target on your back – and a long...

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Caveat Emptor: Austerity and HR Technology

I’m not generally one to call for austerity, considering I often find myself the beneficiary of vendor largesse. But at last week’s...

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LinkedIn’s New Terms of Service: Better, But They Still Suck

Linkedin’s new terms of service go into effect October 23, 2014. One of them requires members to always use the ® or ™ symbol whenever...

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