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How Yahoo Hires: Recruiter-In-Chief

Posted by Paul Petrone on July 24, 2014 at 11:22am 0 Comments

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. Credit: Wikipedia Commons

If you gave Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer truth serum and asked her about her hiring practices, she’d probably say she’s trying to put Yahoo on par with her former company, Google.

If you gave Yahoo employees truth…

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Practice Makes Perfect: Video Interviewing Gives Candidates an Edge

Posted by Julie Salerno on July 24, 2014 at 10:30am 0 Comments

The benefits of video interviewing greatly outweigh the rather minimal costs. It saves companies roughly 67% on traveling costs over traditional face-to-face interviews. As wonderful as it is for companies to save that extensive amount of money, what…

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3 ways to find people on LinkedIn (that most people don't Know)

Posted by Shane McCusker on July 24, 2014 at 7:12am 1 Comment

We all know that LinkedIn is one of the most popular sources of candidates for the recruitment industry. Unfortunately for many recruiters, their client have as much or sometimes better access to search LinkedIn than they do. In this video I show 3 alternative ways to search LinkedIn and find people that may otherwise be missed. By understanding how LinkedIn works and the…

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Bad Job Seeker Behavior: 9 Ways To Ensure You DON'T Get The Offer

Posted by Kimberly Lucas on July 23, 2014 at 10:30pm 0 Comments

It’s summertime!  Feeling like I’ll take a lighthearted theme this month.  One of the coolest things about my job is that I get a firsthand recall of the best—and the worst—things that happen during an interview.

The following are actual occurrences – I’m fairly certain that the…

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Jack be Quick Jack be Nimble

Posted by Daniel T. Bloom on July 23, 2014 at 8:30pm 0 Comments

A month ago, many of us were glued to the tube watching the finals of the World Cup from Brazil. It gave us an insight into how in order to win, the players had to be quick and nimble. Every second of the game, the players had to be alert to what was happening on the field. The goalie had to forecast the moves that were required in order to meet the incoming ball to keep out of the net. The player on the field had to judge when was the right moment to kick the ball or to…

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Amy Ala on The Recruiting Animal Show

Posted by Recruiting Animal on July 23, 2014 at 5:00pm 2 Comments

 Amy Ala returned to The Recruiting Animal Show today and I thought it was a really good show.  We got into the nitty gritty of a number of really basic topics such as: What is sales? How do you start a call when the other person answers the phone?…

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Which Offers More Job Security: Direct Hire or Contract Staffing?

Posted by Debbie Fledderjohann on July 23, 2014 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

In the not so distant past, the title question would have been a no-brainer.  Direct hire, right? After all, workers in contract staffing were often referred to as temps.  Certainly a work arrangement that is temporary by it's very nature could not be more secure than traditional…

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Managing Digital Era Risks: Social Media Policies and More

Posted by Courtney Hunt on July 23, 2014 at 9:42am 0 Comments

Managing risks is part of the cost of doing business, and managing them well can be a competitive differentiator, in both the economic marketplace and the war for talent. A relatively small percentage of organizations have addressed Digital Era risks in a meaningful way, however. This post provides an overview intended to help organizational leaders understand some of the challenges and…

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HP is Trying out New Tech to Attract University Talent

Posted by Derdiver on July 23, 2014 at 9:30am 0 Comments

Celinda Appleby Global Digital Media Lead for HP TA team sent over their latest technology too play with! HP Talent Acquisition announced a new augmented reality (AR) media campaign, “HP Careers”, aimed at inspiring and attracting university candidates by showcasing the employee…

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The Elusive, Ever Hard To Find Purple Squirrel

Posted by Mike Rasmussen on July 23, 2014 at 12:00am 2 Comments

Scenario - 1 week to schedule nearly 30 interviews, gain multiple momentum steps on many requirements, and making simultaneously multiple offers, screening more candidates to keep pipelines full, all while getting ready to move your 30-40 requirement desk to the point where manageability might even be realizable.  How can you do it?  How do you find the elusive, hard to find, perpetual purple squirrel time and again, or do you need to - will the candidate with those…

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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. Credit: Wikipedia CommonsIf you gave Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer truth serum and asked her about her hiring practices, she’d probably say she’s trying to put Yahoo on par with her former company, Google.If you gave Yahoo employees truth serum and asked them about Mayer’s hiring practices and HR policies,…See More
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The benefits of video interviewing greatly outweigh the rather minimal costs. It saves companies roughly 67% on traveling costs over traditional face-to-face interviews. As wonderful as it is for companies to save that extensive amount of money, what about your candidates? It’s…See More
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3 ways to find people on LinkedIn (that most people don't Know)

We all know that LinkedIn is one of the most popular sources of candidates for the recruitment industry. Unfortunately for many recruiters, their client have as much or sometimes better access to search LinkedIn than they do. In this video I show 3 alternative ways to search LinkedIn and find people that may otherwise be missed. By understanding how LinkedIn works and the many different ways it can be used Recruiters will be better able to find elusive candidates and communicate with themIf you…See More
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Bad Job Seeker Behavior: 9 Ways To Ensure You DON'T Get The Offer

It’s summertime!  Feeling like I’ll take a lighthearted theme this month.  One of the coolest things about my job is that I get a firsthand recall of the best—and the worst—things that happen during an interview.The following are actual occurrences – I’m fairly certain that the individuals who were subjects here do not…See More
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