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Jamey Jeff commented on Jamey Jeff's blog post 'Oddball Interview Questions: Do They Work?'
"Fair points Pam. Like any interviewing method, I think that if they are used without a clear strategy and consistent approach, you'll miss the intended goal of identifying the right talent. If applied appropriately, they can lead to some…"
Mar 5, 2013
pam claughton commented on Jamey Jeff's blog post 'Oddball Interview Questions: Do They Work?'
"No, questions like these do not work. If anything, they can backfire by turning off a great candidate. If it's the hiring manager asking nonsense questions like these, I'd question if that's someone you'd want to report to...it…"
Mar 5, 2013
Jamey Jeff posted a blog post

Oddball Interview Questions: Do They Work?

Employee skills assessment becomes an even more difficult process when you try to hire for both skill and culture fit. Some companies, like Google and Dell, accomplish this dual task by lobbing oddball interview questions that candidates couldn’t possibly have prepared for. The conventional thinking behind this method - at least, as conventional as asking these kinds of questions can be - is that forcing candidates to express creativity in a sink or swim situation can tell you a lot about home…See More
Mar 5, 2013
Jamey Jeff posted a blog post

How to Assess a Candidate’s Online Brand

There was a time when online branding was only important to large organizations and well-known personalities, but branding is increasingly important for anyone and everyone whose work revolves around technology or the Internet.This can make recruiters’ and hiring managers’ lives easier, but only if they know how to assess a candidate’s online brand. Gathering insight into job candidates can be difficult if you don’t know what to look for. We’ve written a …See More
Feb 19, 2013
Jamey Jeff posted a blog post

Using Social Evidence: Snagging the Best Job Seekers

Social Evidence. You may not have heard the term before, but it’s an increasingly important factor when it comes to getting ahead as an employer and snagging the right candidates. So just what does it mean? And how can recruiters use Social Evidence to determine who would be the best fit for their open positions?Continue on to discover our tips for using Social Evidence to find the best talent.See More
Feb 11, 2013
Mike Bruni liked Jamey Jeff's blog post Sourcing Top Tech Talent Is Easier Than You Think
Feb 6, 2013
Jamey Jeff posted a blog post

Sourcing Top Tech Talent Is Easier Than You Think

Even more than in other industries, finding the top talent in the tech can be exceptionally challenging. The necessity for highly focused skill sets plagues the tech industry with a constant high demand for candidates to fill positions. And with new tech communities sprouting up all the time, tech candidates are always on the move, searching for the next big thing.So how do you find these top candidates when they’re so hard to pin down?The tech talent shortage requires innovative talent…See More
Feb 4, 2013
Jamey Jeff commented on Jamey Jeff's blog post 'The New Age of Recruitment: Finding Hidden Talent Socially [INFOGRAPHIC]'
"Thanks Than, I completely agree!"
Nov 2, 2012
IT Recruitment commented on Jamey Jeff's blog post 'The New Age of Recruitment: Finding Hidden Talent Socially [INFOGRAPHIC]'
"Great data! The most obvious benefit to recruiting candidates socially is that their social media profiles are a better overall representation of their personal brand. The components of a traditional resume only give the recruiter a slice of job…"
Nov 2, 2012
Jamey Jeff liked Jamey Jeff's blog post The New Age of Recruitment: Finding Hidden Talent Socially [INFOGRAPHIC]
Nov 2, 2012
Joe Sheehan commented on Jamey Jeff's blog post 'The New Age of Recruitment: Finding Hidden Talent Socially [INFOGRAPHIC]'
"Thanks Jamey! Great stuff..again, I appreciate your help"
Nov 1, 2012
Jamey Jeff commented on Jamey Jeff's blog post 'The New Age of Recruitment: Finding Hidden Talent Socially [INFOGRAPHIC]'
"Thanks Joe, I hope some of this data can help! I think using some of the data points can help you to articulate the value, and why a company would consider leveraging social media as part of its recruiting strategy. The challenge I imagine…"
Nov 1, 2012
Joe Sheehan commented on Jamey Jeff's blog post 'The New Age of Recruitment: Finding Hidden Talent Socially [INFOGRAPHIC]'
"Jamey, Great information! I'm currently involved in implementing social media into my company's recruiting practices. Studies and research like this can only help! Check out my blog from 10/30 and feel free to add any input!"
Nov 1, 2012
Joe Sheehan liked Jamey Jeff's blog post The New Age of Recruitment: Finding Hidden Talent Socially [INFOGRAPHIC]
Nov 1, 2012
Jamey Jeff posted a blog post

The New Age of Recruitment: Finding Hidden Talent Socially [INFOGRAPHIC]

Many current recruitment processes are costly and, to a certain extent, ineffective. We created an Infographic that recently ran on The Undercover Recruiter to show how social recruiting, coupled with a targeted and proactive approach to pursuing passive candidates, can help recruiters and hiring managers find and evaluate the best talent.…See More
Nov 1, 2012
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Aug 27, 2012

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Oddball Interview Questions: Do They Work?

Posted on March 5, 2013 at 11:31am 2 Comments

Employee skills assessment becomes an even more difficult process when you try to hire for both skill and culture fit. Some companies, like Google and Dell, accomplish this dual task by lobbing oddball interview questions that candidates couldn’t possibly have prepared for. The conventional thinking behind this method - at least, as conventional as asking these kinds of questions can be - is that forcing candidates to express creativity in a sink or swim situation can tell you a lot about…

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How to Assess a Candidate’s Online Brand

Posted on February 19, 2013 at 8:57am 0 Comments

There was a time when online branding was only important to large organizations and well-known personalities, but branding is increasingly important for anyone and everyone whose work revolves around technology or the Internet.



This can make recruiters’ and hiring managers’ lives easier, but only if they know how to assess a candidate’s online brand. Gathering insight into job candidates can be difficult if you don’t know what to look for. We’ve written a …

Continue

Using Social Evidence: Snagging the Best Job Seekers

Posted on February 11, 2013 at 6:35pm 0 Comments

Social Evidence. You may not have heard the term before, but it’s an increasingly important factor when it comes to getting ahead as an employer and snagging the right candidates. So just what does it mean? And how can recruiters use Social Evidence to determine who would be the best fit for their open positions?

Continue on to discover our tips for using Social Evidence to find the best talent.

Sourcing Top Tech Talent Is Easier Than You Think

Posted on February 4, 2013 at 8:37am 0 Comments

Even more than in other industries, finding the top talent in the tech can be exceptionally challenging. The necessity for highly focused skill sets plagues the tech industry with a constant high demand for candidates to fill positions. And with new tech communities sprouting up all the time, tech candidates are always on the move, searching for the next big thing.



So how do you find these top candidates when they’re so hard to pin down?



The tech talent shortage requires…

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