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So I see the news about Facebook’s new Social Jobs Partnership and I am excited, I’ve just spent the morning listening to Gerry Crispin talk about the Candidate Experience Awards… Get the Rest
I'm going to waffle on this one folks. Yes - because you can post jobs and find potential candidates. But, at the same time, my "no's" are a little lengthier. No...
Anyone else getting inundated with LinkedIn invitations lately? I am. Hundreds every night. I'm a friendly gal, but not that friendly. Oddly enough all these invites appear to be
By now, most HR Pros are on the social media bandwagon. If you are on the wagon, get off for 2 minutes and read further. Who out there
Months ago I became enamored with Google+. It was a no brainer that the site would experience explosive growth and now, more than 8 months after it debuted,
Prospects KNOW you are a crappy recruiter. Candidates aren’t stupid even though bad recruiters think they are. So corporate HR quit recruiting. Now. I think the recruiting industry
Shhh … don’t tell Facebook, but I have two accounts. No, I’m not two different people, but they serve two different purposes. One is a public profile that
I spoke at a conference the other week on behalf of Ragan Communications and sponsored by Aon Hewitt – Social Media for HR and Internal Communications. Great event.
Over the past few months some of you might have seen all the commotion surrounding the site Pinterest. It's not new, it's been around for over a year,
I’m looking at LinkedIn profiles this morning. I’m actually re-verifying a list of candidates, the organizations they work for and Hoover’s information. Good fun stuff early on a