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Does anyone use Bullhorn for their internal ATS?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Myles Phelps Feb 5. 2 Replies

The background:We are a small search firm in Chicago that uses Bullhorn for all our external recruiting efforts. For the most part, it's great. We're able to track candidates and follow-up with them…Continue

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Amy Ala commented on Myles Phelps's blog post 'Not Every Social Network is Created Equal'
"Not sure I agree... Facebook is the only SN I consider strictly personal but even that has changed of the last year or so. I'm probably friends with more recruiters these days and blocking irritating family so obviously a shift is happening.…"
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Keith D. Halperin commented on Myles Phelps's blog post 'Not Every Social Network is Created Equal'
"Thanks, Nick. "Indications are SN is here to stay and will transition accordingly (its use as a recruiting tool will proportionally change over time as results prove or disprove themselves under varying conditions and…"
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Nick Lagos commented on Myles Phelps's blog post 'Not Every Social Network is Created Equal'
"@Keith From a purely day-to-day Tactical perspective I agree.  Landing wholesale "buttage" in seats NOW, requires all the tools recruiters have at their disposal in measured proportion based on the audience they need to reach and…"
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Keith D. Halperin commented on Myles Phelps's blog post 'Not Every Social Network is Created Equal'
"@ Kelly: Well said. As *NONE of these or SNs are useful (as far as I know) to quickly put quality butts in chairs, it seems a fairly moot discussion to me. If recruiters wish to argue which of them is better for getting people to POSSIBLY apply to a…"
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Kelly Blokdijk commented on Myles Phelps's blog post 'Not Every Social Network is Created Equal'
"I agree with the concept that each of these platforms is distinct in the purpose it serves and how we users interact on them and our audience on each. The other thing that stands out is that we all seem to have different boundaries. That being the…"
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Myles Phelps commented on Myles Phelps's blog post 'Not Every Social Network is Created Equal'
"Thanks, Nick/Linda for your comments."
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Nick Lagos commented on Myles Phelps's blog post 'Not Every Social Network is Created Equal'
"Partitioning Social Media is absolutely necessary in my view.  How one partitions however is a matter of personal preference based on your goals for SM.  Too many "gray's for me to get hung up on etiquette  and believe…"
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Linda Ferrante LoCicero commented on Myles Phelps's blog post 'Not Every Social Network is Created Equal'
"Thanks for the article!  For me, personal is personal and business is business. FB is by definition, personal or geared toward B2C connections.  LI is professional networking.  I don't mix the two.  Even my financial planner…"
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Myles Phelps commented on Myles Phelps's blog post 'Not Every Social Network is Created Equal'
"Matt - we absolutely agree there. This goes to my point that there is a definite grey area with no set rules. Thanks, Matt."
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Matt Charney commented on Myles Phelps's blog post 'Not Every Social Network is Created Equal'
"Myles: Understood and thanks for the clarification. Assuming, however, you tweet about stuff that's important to you personally on your account, then if a candidate wants to know what you're all about and whether or not there's a…"
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Myles Phelps commented on Myles Phelps's blog post 'Not Every Social Network is Created Equal'
"Matt - thanks for the comment. I see exactly where you're coming from. While Twitter is definitely made for public consumption, I would rather not candidates follow my personal account for one reason: nothing I say on there will pertain to…"
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Matt Charney commented on Myles Phelps's blog post 'Not Every Social Network is Created Equal'
"Myles - great post, and agree with you on most of these, but your Twitter advice is wrong. If a candidate wants to know what you're all about beyond the marketing document that is a LinkedIn profile or the guarded wall of Facebook, then Twitter…"
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Not Every Social Network is Created Equal

A couple days ago, I received an application via Linkedin for a recruiting position we have available at our firm. The email began like most do: “I’m interested because…My resume is attached….Let me know when you’re free…” Pretty boilerplate-type stuff. I put the candidate’s information into a folder of people I’d be reaching…See More
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Name
Myles Phelps
Job Title
Internal Talent Acquisition Specialist
Company
Objective Paradigm
Which best describes your profession?
Corporate Talent Acquisition
How many years have you been in the business?
2-4 years
Which industries do you work in now?
Technology, Other
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>50
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http://oprecruiting.com
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Not Every Social Network is Created Equal

Posted on February 12, 2014 at 11:30am 13 Comments

A couple days ago, I received an application via Linkedin for a recruiting position we have available at our firm. The email began like most do: “I’m interested because…My resume is attached….Let me know when you’re free…” Pretty boilerplate-type stuff. I put the candidate’s information into a folder of…

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