Nicholas Meyler
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  • Agoura Hills, CA
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  • Wingate Dunross, Inc.
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The Demise of Recruiting Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

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I see articles frequently about how recruiters are all on the verge of being replaced by machines...  interesting considering the profession of recruiting has been around for thousands of years.  So,…Continue

Most Important Features of Recruiting Software

Started May 5 0 Replies

Because I am networked widely with many excellent innovators, I have been getting requests lately from software engineers who value my input on new recruiting tools that they are designing.  I have…Continue

"Illiterate Recruiter Complaints"

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If you are like me, you…Continue

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Nicholas Meyler commented on Alexis Gingerella's blog post 'Hi my name is...'
"Focusing on names is pretty unprofessional, clearly.  Personally, I don't think the name "Alexis Gingerella" is the least bit suggestive of anything, and that people were completely stretching a point, which is that they found…"
Jul 9
Nicholas Meyler commented on Cassidy Hennigan's blog post '5 Qualities All Great Recruiters Share'
"Looks like C.S. has posted about 15 of these messages.  Not cool, is it?  http://www.recruitingblogs.com/profile/ClaudiaSender"
Jul 6
Nicholas Meyler commented on Cassidy Hennigan's blog post '5 Qualities All Great Recruiters Share'
"By the way, Editor(s): Claudia Sender is just spamming every article with a "Great Article! Use recruiting software message".  She's got about ten of them that are all very similar.  I would suggest that she should be…"
Jul 6
Nicholas Meyler commented on Cassidy Hennigan's blog post '5 Qualities All Great Recruiters Share'
"My 5 qualities recruiters "must have" would be "persistence, persistence, persistence, persistence and persistence".  Very good article, really.  I enjoyed it.  Your emphasis on marketing is crucial to almost any…"
Jul 6
Nicholas Meyler commented on Adam Appleton's blog post 'How Google Jobs changes recruiting'
"Perhaps I am cynical, but I am one of those who feels Google Search is not a successful product so much as "the least worst" product.  Frankly, it's not even always that.  Bing actually does a much better job with respect to…"
Jul 6
Nicholas Meyler posted a blog post

Fighting "Fake News" in the Recruiting World

I was just listening to a discussion of the multiple legal infractions involved in threatening to slander someone for conducting perfectly legal business and it reminded me very much of my own experiences several years ago.  Reiterating my position on the illegal conduct of the now-defunct "Fordyce Letter", they were involved in a conspiracy to extort and defame me, prior to going out of operation.Here is a link to the 2013 article in question, which was never retracted, and is still clearly a…See More
Jul 6
Nicholas Meyler commented on Adam Appleton's blog post 'How Google Jobs changes recruiting'
"This sounds interesting quite a bit, but let's think of Google's history for awhile:  Google Search (works a little), Google Plus (dead), Google Wallet (dead), Google Glass (questionable... but they at least paid for the Intellectual…"
Jul 5
Nicholas Meyler liked Adam Karpiak's blog post Candidates Are People, Not Produce
Jun 30
Nicholas Meyler posted a discussion

Fake News: World's worst recruiters list?

https://recruitee.com/blog/the-30-most-influential-people-to-follow-in-the-hrtech-world/Ummm... John Zappe is definitely not even a recruiter, at all, ever.  He has never made a single placement in his life. What kind of garbage is this?  Who proof-read this?  Lying, fake news is all that is...  Steve Levy is not a bad recruiter, but he is incredibly ignorant of recruiting practices that work…See More
Jun 30
Nicholas Meyler liked Nicholas Meyler's discussion The Demise of Recruiting Has Been Greatly Exaggerated
Jun 11
Nicholas Meyler posted a discussion

The Demise of Recruiting Has Been Greatly Exaggerated

I see articles frequently about how recruiters are all on the verge of being replaced by machines...  interesting considering the profession of recruiting has been around for thousands of years.  So,  I respectfully disagree. I just demo'd one of the most sophisticated pieces of new Recruiting software yesterday (and I have played with it before, in its earlier form), and the person doing the demo had to keep apologizing that the program (with 500 million candidates) couldn't identify nearly a…See More
Jun 11
Nicholas Meyler liked Nicholas Meyler's discussion Most Important Features of Recruiting Software
May 11
Nicholas Meyler posted a discussion

Most Important Features of Recruiting Software

Because I am networked widely with many excellent innovators, I have been getting requests lately from software engineers who value my input on new recruiting tools that they are designing.  I have been writing on the subject (occasionally) for several years, so some of my ideas have attracted attention. In specific, I wrote some of the first articles on Artificial Intelligence being applied to recruiting software, and now there is a virtual flood of products touting AI functionality.  I…See More
May 5
Nicholas Meyler commented on Eric Putkonen's blog post 'It’s Illegal to Inquire About a Job Applicant’s Salary History'
"As far as I know, there is no law against a Recruiter asking a candidate's salary on behalf of a Client Company, however, since they are a 3rd party."
Apr 28
Nicholas Meyler liked Nicholas Meyler's discussion "Illiterate Recruiter Complaints"
Mar 28

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First Name
Nicholas
Last Name
Meyler
State (if Applicable)
California
Job Title (select one)
Executive (CxO)
Company
Wingate Dunross, Inc.
Which industries do you work in now?
Technology, Utilities, All Industries, Basic Materials, Industrial, Manufacturing, Business Support & Logistics, Health Care & Pharmaceuticals
How many employees work at your company?
B. 2-10
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http://www.wdsearch.com
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Nicholas Meyler's Blog

Fighting "Fake News" in the Recruiting World

Posted on July 6, 2017 at 12:00am 0 Comments

I was just listening to a discussion of the multiple legal infractions involved in threatening to slander someone for conducting perfectly legal business and it reminded me very much of my own experiences several years ago.  Reiterating my position on the illegal conduct of the now-defunct "Fordyce Letter", they were involved in a conspiracy to extort and defame me, prior to going out of operation.

Here is a link to the 2013 article in question, which was never retracted, and is still…

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Solving the Search/"Spam" Problem

Posted on March 11, 2017 at 3:00am 0 Comments

I wrote this in response to a clever post (although my jaded viewpoint usually sees these kinds of rants as picayune and entirely ignorant of the "Black Art" of recruiting and its enormous complexities: …

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DHH Redux: Let's Reexamine This Perfidy!

Posted on December 15, 2016 at 3:06am 1 Comment

http://nicholasmeyler.tumblr.com/post/116340513183/amazoncom-remote-office-not-required

Here is what I have to say about David Heinemeier Hansson's outrageous libel against me, a crime which he committed merely because he received my email for a job opportunity on the same day his puerile book was released...  Soap-box standing and so on, dhh is no example of ethical 'cleanliness'.…

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Privacy Vs. Security: Are You Ready?

Posted on December 8, 2016 at 9:13pm 0 Comments

Introduced by Nicholas Meyler

In my effort to invent new ways to extend and expand the range of possibilities available to Executive Recruiters/Management Consultants, I am currently working on a fascinating project with Inventor Doug Peckover who was awarded priority rights to the invention of “tokenization” security in 2005. Doug’s invention is now widely used (in various modified forms) throughout the secure payments industry, and companies like ApplePay, SamsungPay,…

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