Skip Graham
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  • Talendia, Inc.
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Patrick Blakesley liked Skip Graham's blog post Contingent Search - Still A Very Flawed Industry
Jul 19, 2016
Katrina Kibben liked Skip Graham's blog post Contingent Search - Still A Very Flawed Industry
Jul 19, 2016
A blog post by Skip Graham was featured

Contingent Search - Still A Very Flawed Industry

No big news here. I often write simply to crystallize thoughts, so much so in this case that I changed my mind 3 times during the writing. I've read serious articles from ERE to The Fordyce Letter aimed at this painful subject, as well as, lots of blog posts. I just refuse to believe, or even understand, why staffing firms…See More
Jul 18, 2016
Skip Graham posted a blog post

Contingent Search - Still A Very Flawed Industry

No big news here. I often write simply to crystallize thoughts, so much so in this case that I changed my mind 3 times during the writing. I've read serious articles from ERE to The Fordyce Letter aimed at this painful subject, as well as, lots of blog posts. I just refuse to believe, or even understand, why staffing firms…See More
Jul 18, 2016
Skip Graham posted a blog post
Jun 9, 2016
Skip Graham commented on Clinton Buelter's blog post 'Top 10 Business Books For Recruiters'
"Great list! Hard to include just 10, I'm sure. I would highly recommend Pitch Anything by Oren Klaff. Fundamentally changed the way I view human interaction."
Jan 4, 2016
Skip Graham commented on Skip Graham's blog post 'Are We Overthinking Candidate Experience?'
"Good point Katrina, and to the context of overthinking it. What a candidate experiences should be driven through human interaction. Video pre-screening, online assessments, incredibly daunting online applications could all be construed as barriers…"
Oct 14, 2015
Katrina Kibben commented on Skip Graham's blog post 'Are We Overthinking Candidate Experience?'
"Great post, as always, Skip.  Do you think technology killed the candidate experience? I can't help but think that all of our layers of tech to create a candidate experience are taking the human out, therefore killing the greatest value of…"
Oct 14, 2015
Katrina Kibben liked Skip Graham's blog post Are We Overthinking Candidate Experience?
Oct 14, 2015
A blog post by Skip Graham was featured

Are We Overthinking Candidate Experience?

I’m finding an inordinate volume of dialogue in recent times regarding theexperience of things – user experience, viewer experience, consumer experience, patient experience, traveler experience; and yes, candidate experience. I guess we’ve come to thrive on labeling stuff so we can carve out panels for discussion, conferences,…See More
Oct 14, 2015
Skip Graham posted a blog post

Are We Overthinking Candidate Experience?

I’m finding an inordinate volume of dialogue in recent times regarding theexperience of things – user experience, viewer experience, consumer experience, patient experience, traveler experience; and yes, candidate experience. I guess we’ve come to thrive on labeling stuff so we can carve out panels for discussion, conferences,…See More
Oct 13, 2015
A blog post by Skip Graham was featured

Is Hiring the Most Important Thing You Do?

Yes… no…. depends? It is a question I most often ask of every manager or leader I meet for the first time, whether a prospective client, an existing client, or a new colleague. One simple answer speaks volumes about mindset and puts a stake in the ground indicating where the conversation, if there is to be one, needs to start…See More
Sep 23, 2015
Katrina Kibben liked Skip Graham's blog post Is Hiring the Most Important Thing You Do?
Sep 23, 2015
Skip Graham liked Daniel Fogel's blog post Why Authentic Storytelling Matters for your Employer Brand
Sep 23, 2015
Skip Graham posted a blog post

Is Hiring the Most Important Thing You Do?

Yes… no…. depends? It is a question I most often ask of every manager or leader I meet for the first time, whether a prospective client, an existing client, or a new colleague. One simple answer speaks volumes about mindset and puts a stake in the ground indicating where the conversation, if there is to be one, needs to start…See More
Sep 22, 2015
Ben Karter liked Skip Graham's blog post Take This Cult and Shove It - Why Culture Fit Shouldn't Be a Thing
Sep 16, 2015

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First Name
Skip
Last Name
Graham
State (if Applicable)
Colorado
Job Title (select one)
Consultant
Company
Talendia, Inc.
Which industries do you work in now?
Technology, Utilities, Healthcare, Internet, Manufacturing, Real Estate, Services, Staffing/RPO, Advertising & Marketing, Health Care & Pharmaceuticals, Retail & Consumer Durables, Entertainment & Leisure
How many employees work at your company?
B. 2-10
Website
http://talendia.com
Blog
http://talendia.com/blog
LinkedIn Profile
http://linkedin.com/in/sgraham
Twitter Profile
http://twitter.com/skipgraham

Skip Graham's Blog

Contingent Search - Still A Very Flawed Industry

Posted on July 18, 2016 at 2:23pm 0 Comments

No big news here. I often write simply to crystallize thoughts, so much so in this case that I changed my mind 3 times during the writing. I've read serious articles from ERE to The Fordyce Letter aimed at this painful subject, as well as, lots of blog posts. I just refuse to believe, or even understand, why…

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Are We Overthinking Candidate Experience?

Posted on October 13, 2015 at 12:00pm 2 Comments

I’m finding an inordinate volume of dialogue in recent times regarding theexperience of things – user experience, viewer experience, consumer experience, patient experience, traveler experience; and yes, candidate experience. I guess we’ve come to thrive on labeling stuff so we can…

Continue

Is Hiring the Most Important Thing You Do?

Posted on September 22, 2015 at 1:18pm 0 Comments

Yes… no…. depends? It is a question I most often ask of every manager or leader I meet for the first time, whether a prospective client, an existing client, or a new colleague. One simple answer speaks volumes about mindset and puts a stake in the ground indicating where the conversation, if there is to be…

Continue

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