I love recruiting for a ton of reasons. When I first started thinking about this writing…Continue
I am working on a referral give away program, not for successful referrals but for a raffle we will hold twice a year. Anyone employee who has referred a candidate is eligible, and gets one entry…Continue
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Since moving to Texas a little over a year ago I have learned about a special partnership between Josh Hamilton and his “Accountability Coach.” Josh’s Accountability Coach is his father-in-law, and he actually travels with Josh and the Rangers in order to help Josh with his commitment to sobriety. The more and more I got to thinking about this type of relationship, the…Continue
For those of you who don’t know, Rich DeMatteo, AKA Corn on the Job, is a globally recognized Career Expert, Gen Y Career Coach, and Social Media Marketer. Rich has spent time in Agency and Corporate Recruiting, and has a Masters in Human Resources from Villanova University. Along with being featured on Monster.com and Reader’s Digest, he was also named one of the world’s Top 100 Most Desirable Mentors. If you are looking to learn about the job hunt through social media, check out…Continue
#BeTheBird: Bird Watching and Culture.
Recently I had the opportunity of attending a Talent Net Live event hosted by JCPenney in Dallas, Texas. For those who don’t know, Talent Net is a social recruiting forum featuring big names in recruiting and social media covering the hottest tips and topics of the day for job seekers, social media enthusiasts and talent professionals. While I attended the event to learn more about up and coming social media tools and their…Continue
One of the interesting things I have taken special interest in recently is the usage, or often time’s mis-usage, of words in work place. Have you ever googled the words talent and acquisition separately and then put the two definitions together?
“The act of acquiring or gaining possession of a persons special natural ability or aptitude.” Kind of weird, right? Doesn’t sound like a noble occupation, sounds like slavery.
I have being seeing the term “Rock…Continue