Ok, so I have no idea where this diversity series is taking me....but hopefully you’ll come along for the ride. I just got back from speaking on a discussion panel so my mind is going a mile a minute on this topic. What I’d like to address is how, we as recruiting professionals can help our organizations continue to hire and grow awesome, diverse talent. Here are a few thoughts:
Pipeline - Build a big,…
Added by jeffreytmoore on November 8, 2011 at 9:00am — No Comments
A colleague got me going on this blog idea...and after a little research I love it!. For those of you who don’t know who Gunnery Sergeant Hartman is, he’s one of the main characters in Full Metal Jacket and is…Continue
Twitter....that mysterious and intimidating social media platform that many people find totally confusing. If you haven’t seen it, this video is amazing will give you a good laugh about Twitter.
A tip you hear from a lot of recruiters is that at the end of the interview you should “Ask for the job!” You know, when the person interviewing you says “Any questions for me?” you say stuff like: “ Do you think I’m a good fit for this job?”, “Are there any concerns with my background relative to this role?”, “What would keep you from hiring me?” there are a million of them but you get the idea...ask for the job.
The real question I have...is this a good idea? Should you “ask…
We all read a ton of articles about how to recruit people, where to find people blah blah blah. Right? I mean, it’s almost like information overload with regard to how to find great candidates. One thing I’m finding though, with all this talk of how to find people.....I’d like to focus on how NOT to recruit someone. Why? Well, l’m noticing all these great recruiting tools have made recruiters lazy. Rather than picking up the phone…Continue
A lot of great content has already been written about Google Plus and how we can use it for recruiting (or networking if you are not a recruiter). I continue to think circles are the key feature for those of us feeling unsatisfied with other social media platforms ability to organize and structure our contacts. I wanted to give my take on how to really dig deep and use Google Plus to organize your online world.
1) Start Big - Huh? Don’t people usually recommend starting small? Well…Continue
When looking at a new job you’ve got to consider a bunch of things...one in particular is what’s more valuable to you: the company name or the team you’re joining.
Now, in some cases they are the same thing right? Joining a start up? The team IS the company. However, joining a larger organization like Apple or Microsoft you really need to consider the specific group you are joining as much as the…
Added by jeffreytmoore on July 22, 2011 at 8:21am — No Comments