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What would $10,000 mean to you? Now take that thought and multiple that by at least 2.5 million. What do you get? The answer is the number of those affected by Multiple Sclerosis. The $10,000 is what we can win for the charity just by voting for this video. Click to vote!

  I’m not 100% sure how I feel right now. From a football perspective, the man (I use this term lightly) is incredible. As a human he’s a piece of… Read more

In a matter of weeks one of the most power packed, non-traditional hopefully to become a tradition in recruiting conferences will be taking place. If you haven’t heard RecruitFest is back, and it’s better than the original. Check out why and who I am going to meet on my journey to recruitfest…

We expect, rather, we demand communication from our candidates. If they don’t follow up with us on the status of their interview, if they don’t send a thank-you note, if they don’t communicate in the exact way we think they should, we blast them, or worse, remove them from consideration for our positions. Is that legit?

“Not to oversimplify a highly valuable skill, but one of the basic keys to the recruiting process is knowing traits you are looking for in a candidate.” So says Michael Vandervort, Labor Relations Specialist. But what about Recruiter Fouls? Read his take here.

“You know it works when you start getting calls from people you don’t know who want to work with you,” We’re talking about blogs and technology and how you can make them work for. Stephanie Lloyd National Careers + Workplace Columnists explains it here.

“You know it works when you start getting calls from people you don’t know who want to work with you,” We’re talking about blogs and technology and how you can make them work for. Stephanie Lloyd National Careers + Workplace Columnists explains it here.

12 Steps to findability on the big 3 – LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Geoff Peterson of General Lead talks about how you can maximize your presence in the world of social media…

“it’s time you stopped asking for proof that recruiting using Twitter works, and actually listen when people share proof with you. I recently used a fantastic resource called HARO (Help A Reporter Out)…

I totally get it and how cool is this… Jessica Lee rips it raw with a sometime accurate account of interviewing candidates. The question becomes what do you do? How do you handle certain situations? It’s a fun and quick read, but in reality it’s true…

Some people call sourcing an art simply because they are not able to break down their own sourcing process into a series of repeatable steps, including the analytical thought processes applied. The goal is not to remove thought from the process – in fact…read it all here:

There are so many tools and services in our industry, each vying for your attention and promising to be the only solution you need. However, many of them are mostly “bells and whistles”, providing little value to your organization’s employment brand or recruitment effectiveness. DOWNLOAD the Full Genome Project Here FREE!

There are so many tools and services in our industry, each vying for your attention and promising to be the only solution you need. However, many of them are mostly “bells and whistles”, providing little value to your organization’s employment brand or recruitment effectiveness. DOWNLOAD the Full Genome Project Here FREE!

How long have you been on Twitter? How about LinkedIn? Facebook? Friendster? Friendfeed? Touch economic times might effect hiring but it shouldn’t effect your reach. Take a quick read from Kim Hollenshead: “Creatively Weave Your Networking Web”

Bill Boorman asked recently what advice I’d give people new to the Recruiting industry. My best advice, don’t get seduced by the technology, don’t get swayed by all the “experts” online, and everywhere else, don’t believe Hiring Managers and HR people who tell you how to do your job. So what do you do?


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