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Felix Wetzel commented on Mervyn Dinnen's blog post 'Is Your Recruitment Partner Damaging Your Bottom Line??'
"A very valid point, Mervyn. A point that is also supported by all the candidate research we've done at Jobsite. That's why we launched RecruitRank: a quick tool enabling candidates to feedback on the experience they had with the…"
Jun 17, 2010
A blog post by Felix Wetzel was featured

The future is agnostic

I had the privilege to moderate a panel discussion on disruptive technologies and innovation at the recent iMedia Agency Summit in Brighton and it struck me – not only from the panel discussion, but also from the other excellent speakers and from my own preparation – that we are currently stuck in a channel approach. The emergence of social media and…See More
May 24, 2010
Felix Wetzel posted a blog post

The future is agnostic

I had the privilege to moderate a panel discussion on disruptive technologies and innovation at the recent iMedia Agency Summit in Brighton and it struck me – not only from the panel discussion, but also from the other excellent speakers and from my own preparation – that we are currently stuck in a channel approach. The emergence of social media and…See More
May 21, 2010
Guy Farmer commented on Felix Wetzel's blog post 'Gen Y – Tear down your walls'
"Well said Felix. I think it's helpful to note that if we always focus on differences we tend to function from that point of view. If we look for things we have in common we tend to look for ways to come together. I suppose it's seemingly…"
Apr 20, 2010
A blog post by Felix Wetzel was featured

Gen Y – Tear down your walls

Every so often, we have a generational shift – Baby Boomers, Generation X, Gen Y. Every time this happens, all the changes in behaviour, in interests, in work ethics, in motivational drivers are being dissected and highlighted, new modi operandi imagined, claims made – out with the old, in with the new.Within recruitment, Gen Y is currently a really big, serious and hot topic, discussed in…See More
Apr 19, 2010
Felix Wetzel posted a blog post

Gen Y – Tear down your walls

Every so often, we have a generational shift – Baby Boomers, Generation X, Gen Y. Every time this happens, all the changes in behaviour, in interests, in work ethics, in motivational drivers are being dissected and highlighted, new modi operandi imagined, claims made – out with the old, in with the new.Within recruitment, Gen Y is currently a really big, serious and hot topic, discussed in…See More
Apr 19, 2010
A blog post by Felix Wetzel was featured

Where’s my Jerry Maguire?

In the world of sports it’s normal practise that a player has an agent representing him/her at contract negotiations, an agent, who – in combination with the player – works on his/her career path and organises his/her life, so that the player can concentrate on world class performances.Before we start, I am aware of the bad image sports agents have within the media and the public, but imagine the…See More
Apr 14, 2010
Felix Wetzel posted a blog post

Where’s my Jerry Maguire?

In the world of sports it’s normal practise that a player has an agent representing him/her at contract negotiations, an agent, who – in combination with the player – works on his/her career path and organises his/her life, so that the player can concentrate on world class performances.Before we start, I am aware of the bad image sports agents have within the media and the public, but imagine the…See More
Apr 14, 2010
A blog post by Felix Wetzel was featured

On hold: Making mobile mistakes

Let’s not repeat the same mistakes with mobile that we did with social media. Being a participant of Bill Boorman's radio show about mobile recruitment made me reflect a little more on mobile in context of the recruitment industry. My biggest worry is that we’ll be repeating the same mistakes that we did and do with social media:• hyping it as the next best thing • broadcasting instead of communicating • seeing it as an add-on promoted by a host of so called mobile expertsYes, mobile is an…See More
Apr 6, 2010
Felix Wetzel posted a blog post

On hold: Making mobile mistakes

Let’s not repeat the same mistakes with mobile that we did with social media. Being a participant of Bill Boorman's radio show about mobile recruitment made me reflect a little more on mobile in context of the recruitment industry. My biggest worry is that we’ll be repeating the same mistakes that we did and do with social media:• hyping it as the next best thing • broadcasting instead of communicating • seeing it as an add-on promoted by a host of so called mobile expertsYes, mobile is an…See More
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Apr 6, 2010
Felix Wetzel posted a blog post

Social is dead. Long live the value web.

Now that the debate has moved on, from iphone apps towards a wider embrace of mobile platforms & of mobile as another, although important engagement channel, let’s look ahead for a moment to a future that at first glance might seem contradictory but is ultimately stable and sound. A future in which, to borrow a phrase of Natasha Saxberg, the social web has been…See More
Apr 1, 2010
Felix Wetzel commented on Mervyn Dinnen's blog post 'It’s a Selection Rejection Thing'
"Very smart post, Mervyn, cutting right to the chase. Often forgotten in recruiting. Sometimes it's also our obsession with employer branding that creates this disconnect between employee/consumer."
Mar 25, 2010
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Mar 17, 2010

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Name
Felix
Job Title
Group Marketing Director
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Jobsite
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Other/Outside Industry
How many years have you been in the business?
10-14 years
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Services
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>500
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Felix Wetzel's Blog

The future is agnostic

Posted on May 21, 2010 at 11:58am 0 Comments

I had the privilege to moderate a panel discussion on disruptive technologies and innovation at the recent iMedia

Agency Summit
in Brighton and it struck me – not only from the panel discussion, but also from the other excellent speakers and from my own preparation – that we are currently stuck in a channel approach. The

emergence of social media and…

Continue

Gen Y – Tear down your walls

Posted on April 19, 2010 at 5:46am 1 Comment

Every so often, we have a generational shift – Baby Boomers, Generation X, Gen Y. Every time this happens, all the changes in behaviour, in interests, in work ethics, in motivational drivers are being dissected and highlighted, new modi operandi imagined, claims made – out with the old, in with the new.



Within recruitment, Gen Y is currently a really big, serious and hot topic, discussed in…

Continue

Where’s my Jerry Maguire?

Posted on April 14, 2010 at 9:15am 0 Comments

In the world of sports it’s normal practise that a player has an agent representing him/her at contract negotiations, an agent, who – in combination with the player – works on his/her career path and organises his/her life, so that the player can concentrate on world class performances.…

Continue

On hold: Making mobile mistakes

Posted on April 6, 2010 at 7:10am 0 Comments

Let’s not repeat the same mistakes with mobile that we did with social

media. Being a participant of Bill Boorman's radio show about mobile recruitment made me reflect a little more on mobile in context of the recruitment industry. My biggest worry is that we’ll be repeating the same mistakes that we did and do with social media:…



Continue

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