Amy Miller is a staffing consultant & talent sourcer for Microsoft, where she supports the hardware division as a member of Microsoft’s in-house talent acquisition team. Amy has over a decade of recruiting experience, starting her career in agency recruiting running a desk for companies like Spherion, Act One and the Lucas Group before making the move in-house, where she has held strategic talent roles for the State of Washington’s WorkSource employment program and Zones, an IT product and services hub. Amy is also a featured blogger on RecruitingBlogs.com and is a member of RecruitingBlogs’ Editorial Advisory Board. Follow Amy on Twitter @AlaRecruiter or connect with her on LinkedIn.
Content authored by Amy Miller
Over the past several months, I’ve had the privilege of chatting with several young up and comers – “enterpreneurs,” if you will – who are just now starting out in… Read more
This list is for all the writers, mansplainers, recruiters, and nosy busy-bodies who try togive recruiting advice after making 2 placements.
There is so much dumb on the internet. I see it when my husband falls into these YouTube holes – you know one the one video after another of frat… Read more
I did it. I survived my first major speaking gig (surely my “graduation” speech from vocational school doesn’t count) and apparently, I did more than OK. You see, the good… Read more
I’m not sure why in the hell recruiters seem to love manufactured motivational materials, but from self-help books to Successories posters, the talent industry has long loved the programmed passion… Read more
Every summer seems to fly by far too fast, but the waning days of this summer are a bit sentimental for me. See, I’m getting ready to send my son… Read more