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Looking at Social Schedulers Beyond Scheduling

Kate Weimer Kate Weimer, Recruitment Marketing, Social Media, Social Recruiting

This one’s for all you trying to bust into the social media recruitment marketing scene… I am what I would call a social media purist. When it comes to posting on social media, I always prefer to do it natively, meaning within each separate social media that I’m posting on. This preference is a mixture of the way I was “raised” …

PODCAST: Don’t Fear the Coding Camp Candidate feat. Nate Ollestad

Kate Weimer Tech Talent, Tim Sackett, Udacity

A few weeks ago, Google laid down the law on coding camps and hacker schools, saying that they were not producing candidates who were up to their company’s standards. But is this a belief that should be held across the board? In this episode of The New School Podcast, brought to you by Udacity, host Tim Sackett and his guest …

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The Robots Are Coming: A.I. in Recruiting

Kate Weimer A.I., Kate Weimer

A.I. These two letters have been causing quite a stir in the recruiting space over the last 6 months or so. Every day as I look through my news I see at least one or two articles discussing artificial intelligence in recruiting—how it’s going be the next big “thing” in recruiting, how it’s going to change recruiting, how it’s not …

PODCAST: Curing The LinkedIn Disease feat. Steve Levy

Kate Weimer Podcast, Recruiting, Tim Sackett, Udacity

The LinkedIn Disease: a plague that is running rampant among new recruiters who are fresh on the job. Common symptoms include grabbing low hanging fruit from LinkedIn when sourcing and sending out 400 InMails, then getting excited when you receive single digit responses. What’s the cure? Going back to basics. On this episode of The New School Podcast, brought to …

Ease on Down: The Importance of Offboarding Your Employees

Kate Weimer employee experience, Kate Weimer, Offboarding

Onboarding is an integral part to any new hire’s experience—for both the new hire and the organization. It’s important for the new hire, so as to ease them into the company and their role; and it’s equally important for the team they’re joining, so as to introduce them to the new hire and the new structure of the team with …

L&D Hangout: How To Develop Training For Recruiters

Kate Weimer Kris Dunn, Meridian, Tim Sackett, Training and Development, Worldwide FOT

Most companies have a Talent Acquisition function. Guess what they don’t have? Effective training for recruiters.  FOT insiders Kris Dunn and Tim Sackett jumped on a Google hangout with the good folks at Meridian Knowledge Solutions to talk about best practices in developing training for recruiters. Bringing to the table some great experience, the hangout crew discussed, among other things, the following: —How your training …

PODCAST: The Rapid Evolution of Talent Acquisition feat. Madeline Laurano

Kate Weimer Analyst, Podcast, Talent Acquisition, Udacity

Take a look into the ever-changing world of talent acquisition through the eyes of an analyst… On this edition of The New School Podcast, brought to you by Udacity, our host Tim Sackett sits down with Madeline Laurano. Madeline is the cofounder of Aptitude Research, an analyst firm, and, as Tim describes her, “a goddess of talent acquisition.” Dive deep …

L&D Hangout: How to Develop Training for Recruiters

Kate Weimer Kris Dunn, Learning and Development, Meridian, Tim Sackett

Most companies have a Talent Acquisition function. Guess what they don’t have? Effective training for recruiters. In this week’s upcoming episode of the L&D Hangout, “How to Develop Training for Recruiters” (brought to you by the good folks at Meridian) Tim Sackett and Kris Dunn will talk about the roadmap for developing training for recruiters. Join the hangout on October 26, 2016 @ …

Don’t Forget About Burr: Bringing New Talent & Longtime Employees Together

Kate Weimer Change Management, Coaching, Employee Coaching, Kate Weimer

If you have any interest in today’s pop culture, chances are you’ve heard of a little Broadway musical called Hamilton. If you haven’t, here’s the quick rundown: musical genius Lin-Manuel Miranda tells the story of founding father Alexander Hamilton, from his humble beginnings to his valiant efforts in the Revolutionary War; his murky political career to, finally, the duel between his frenemy Aaron Burr …

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Train Station Feedback: A Situation Where No One Wins

Kate Weimer candidate experience, Communication, Interviewing, Recruiting

Let me break down a scene for you I recently saw on the Sandy Springs MARTA platform (i.e. a major commuter hub) at quitting time: Two young professionals stand a few feet away from each other—Girl and Guy. Girl keeps glancing over towards Guy until she finally makes the decision to go over to him. Guy takes earbuds out, apparently knowing …