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Below is a video of Dr. Dan Siegel, clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine, discussing the impact social media is having on us humans. And not… Get the Rest
A little background here: I've been searching the Internet for candidates since the dark ages, aka 1997. I became a social media sourcing devotee in 2008 when I was
I have. Yep I did. When I joined Staffing Advisors we had a clear discussion what is mine, what is ours, and what is theirs. When I train people
I was just as shocked as all of you. I couldn't believe what had just happened. I finally got mad enough to walk out of that comfy-corner-office-HR-Director job...
Hello, and welcome back to another great week with FOT! Here are five things you need to know this week. 1. How 25 Years of the Internet Has Re-Shaped
I’m not a big fan of generalizing generations and playing into a faux “millennial” industrial complex, making money convincing everyone that we need to reinvent the world because
Facebook makes me geeky. I love it. I love using the social graph search tool to source folks. I love posting jobs on Facebook. And I love looking up
From June 1st, 2013 to September 1st, 2013 I (William Tincup) will NOT be active on any social networks. No Twitter, No Facebook, No LinkedIn, No Google+, No
I, like many of you, sat down with the boss pre-holiday to talk about performance and what 2013 will bring. In 2012, my sourcing work life was completely
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