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If you are looking to add to your sourcing and recruiting skills, then Transform Talent Acquisition is for you.
Mark Tortorici is the founder of Transform Talent Acquisition, which specializes in training for high technology computer concepts, advanced active & passive sourcing techniques, and full life-cycle recruitment process.
Mark has created and delivered robust training programs for companies like Google, Apple, Facebook, Ebay, Disney, Yahoo, and many others. He has trained thousands of staffing professionals in person through one-day advanced sourcing classes as well as month-long training courses for individuals with no experience who were looking to break into the staffing world.
That's right, ladies and gentlemen! It's Tool Time! That is, tools for your web browser and tools to help automate your sourcing life.
Last week at a conference, I was talking to a like-minded sourcing guru/technophile. You know him by his real name: Dean Da Costa. As we talked about sourcing tools, add-ons, extensions, and whatnot, we talked about blocking domains from search results on Google.
Now for years I have used a Greasemonkey (or Tampermonkey…Continue
Hiring Technical Recruiter or Sourcer with agency background experience has always been a trend. Why is this? What are the skills that agency recruiters and sourcers have that make them appealing to leaders of corporate staffing teams? Also, if you do work on the agency side but want to break…
If you’re a sourcer and thinking about this headline, you might start having an anxiety attack, sweating profusely, talking like Porky Pig, or begin planning how you will get out of your current contract in order to avoid the phone. (And if you weren’t thinking about this before, you certainly are now!)
Fear not, true believers! This is something that you have experience with already. …Continue
Professional Associations and organizations are a great source of passive candidates. These groups focus on an industry or a discipline, and allow people with similar interests to network together. The group’s focus can be technical or functional (G&A). The larger ones have local chapters throughout the nation.
Functional (G&A) Examples: