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New Favorite word: Badvocate

I believe the jury is still out on the "is social media a good thing or a bad thing for corporate recruiting" question.  Everywhere I turn, I see recruiting departments dipping toes, jumping in or even diving into social media.But after reading an article on Mashable recently I think there may be an unintended consequence of this rather awkward entry.Enter my new favorite word: BadvocateThe author of the article,  …See More
Mar 7, 2011
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Mar 7, 2011
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New Favorite word: Badvocate

I believe the jury is still out on the "is social media a good thing or a bad thing for corporate recruiting" question.  Everywhere I turn, I see recruiting departments dipping toes, jumping in or even diving into social media.But after reading an article on Mashable recently I think there may be an unintended consequence of this rather awkward entry.Enter my new favorite word: BadvocateThe author of the article,  …See More
Mar 7, 2011
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Dec 24, 2009
Phil Haynes commented on Phil Haynes's blog post 'Job Board Logic'
"Bob, Great question! We will still need recruiters, they will just move up the food chain from gatherers/screeners to sales/networkers. Automating the transactional will allow Recruiters to focus on more "high value" activities like…"
Oct 13, 2009
Carly Eriksen commented on Phil Haynes's blog post 'Job Board Logic'
"This is very current Phil and I like your thinking. There are some technologies out there trying to wrap everything up into one system, but search aggregation can only achieve so much whilst the JobBoards are holding all the cards. This will change…"
Oct 13, 2009
Randy Levinson commented on Phil Haynes's blog post 'Job Board Logic'
"Great article John. It sounds like you're after and "indeed" for the candidate side. Something that pulls all the candidates out of the "cloud" and matches them to your job. This would be huge for both employers and…"
Oct 12, 2009
Phil Haynes commented on Phil Haynes's blog post 'Job Board Logic'
"Hey John, Thanks for the comment and yep, I do remember the inefficiency of the paper resume days and this technology actually exists! I'm also a tried and true capitalist so making millions is not an issue for me if you are actually solving a…"
Oct 12, 2009

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Name
Phil Haynes
Location
Matthews
Company
AllianceQ
Which best describes your profession?
Corporate, Executive, Vendor/Consultant
How many years have you been in the business?
More than 15 years
Which industries do you work in now?
All Industries
Website
http://www.allianceq.com
Blog
http://www.recruitingonQ.com

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New Favorite word: Badvocate

Posted on March 7, 2011 at 11:00am 0 Comments

I believe the jury is still out on the "is social media a good thing or a bad thing for corporate recruiting" question.  Everywhere I turn, I see recruiting departments dipping toes, jumping in or even diving into social media.

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But after reading an article on Mashable recently I think there may be an unintended consequence of this rather awkward entry.

Enter my new favorite word:…

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Job Board Logic

Posted on October 9, 2009 at 1:50pm 8 Comments

I remember in 1992 when the "world wide web" (the term internet had not been invented yet) was touted as a game changer for recruiting. And it was true.....for a time. There was Monster, then Careerbuilder but two was not enough, the job board industry realized that they could carve up the universe into bite sized pieces and convince recruiting departments that they had to be part of this movement in order to get closer to the talent they seek.



And millionaires were… Continue

Zero Sum Game

Posted on September 22, 2009 at 11:17am 2 Comments

One of the systemic errors that I see corporations and Recruiting departments making is that they are treating hiring as a "zero sum game".







The name comes from the fact that there are some games where the sum of the player's payoffs at the end of the game sum to zero. Poker is a good example. Imagine you and I play head's up poker. If at the end of the night I'm up $20 then, by definition, you are down $20. Our payoffs, plus… Continue

No War for Talent

Posted on September 17, 2009 at 3:17pm 1 Comment

After attending ERE last week, I'm convinced that there will never be another "war for talent".



Having lived through the first war for talent of the mid to late 90's during the dot.com boom, I can tell you that we were hiring as fast and as furious as possible. Companies were offering 6 month leases on Ferrari's as signing bonuses and the "war" was on. As employers, we literally battled at offer time against one another - upping the ante' until one of us blinked and lost the… Continue

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At 4:44am on December 24, 2009, Hassan Rizwan said…
Merry Christmas!!
At 2:50pm on September 22, 2009, Aaron Scott said…
Phil- do you have any current white papers on candidate experience at the MBA level? I know of friends who didn't apply with certain F500 companies beacuse of their recruitment experience. I would be interested to learn more
At 5:44pm on December 4, 2008, Ambrose Regan said…
hey Phil, glad you joined--I really like this forum--very vibrant with good content.

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Ambrose Regan
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