When it comes to Social Media and Recruiting…Don’t Overthink It…Just Do It!

Kelly Dingee Kelly Dingee, Social Media, Social Media and Talent, Social Recruiting

We were over at a friend’s house Saturday night, playing a nifty board game called Logo.  It was Men vs. Women and all of us are, shall we say, hyper competitive.  It was on…and some of the clues to guessing the Logos of various brands were so insanely obvious it was ridiculous.  But after an hour, we were all over …

Twitter and the Enterprise: Ownership and Portability Is More Important Than Social Media Policy…

Kris Dunn Kris Dunn, Policies, Social Media and Talent, Social Networking

I know – you’re trying to figure out what social media means in your company.  If you’re reading this post within a week of it being published, you’re way ahead of the curve.  If you’re finding this at the end of 2015, welcome to the show, kid! If you’re reading this in 2015, the long tail of social media finally …

Old Milwaukee and the Pressure to Do More With Less

Steve Boese Candidate Pool, Employment Branding and Culture, Job Boards, Recruiting, Social Media and Talent, Social Networking, Steve Boese

Did you watch the Super Bowl a few weeks ago? Apart from actual contest itself, won by the New York Football Giants, the Super Bowl has also become the pinnacle event for big brands, marketers, and advertising agencies. In fact the Super Bowl has become well, the Super Bowl for the ad game. The stakes are very high in this …

I’m unPinterested

Tim Sackett Social Media, Social Media and Talent, Social Network Analysis, Social Networking, Social Recruiting, The HR Profession, Tim Sackett

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, but it was mainly a site used by Mommy Bloggers, crafters, home design folks, etc.  Somehow, in the past 90 days, Pinterest jumped-the-shark in the HR/Talent community and everyone is following everyone! …

Looking for Talent in the Siberian Tundra?

Steve Boese Recruiting, Social Media and Talent, Social Networking, Steve Boese

Last week, Facebook, (a plucky little social networking start-up from California, perhaps you have heard of them), released results of two groundbreaking studies of the network’s social graph – and the results provide some fascinating and even predictive insights into the typical Facebook user’s connections, and validation of sorts to the commonly held notion that large scale online social networking, …