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How We Used Tactics HR to Find our First Hire

They always say the best way to build a great product is to “scratch your own itch”.  Well, in the case of Tactics HR, that is exactly what we did.  As a startup, we were challenged with a problem that many organizations have (small and large) - identifying and recruiting great talent.  We had been using LinkedIn and reaching out to our own networks to find developers but…

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Added by Tim Burke on July 25, 2013 at 9:30am — No Comments

Sourcing the Talented Lurkers

Have you ever heard of the 1% rule or the 90-9-1 principle for the internet?  According to Wikipedia...

In Internet culture, the 1% rule or the 90–9–1 principle (sometimes also presented as 89:10:1 ratio)…

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Added by Tim Burke on June 27, 2013 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Is Social Recruiting Dead…or Just Getting Started?

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Social recruiting is a rapidly-growing trend in HR and recruiting space.  Some argue that it is dead and that beyond sourcing more candidates, it really doesn’t help recruiters scale their practice.  We, however, don’t think it is dead...we believe it is just beginning!

We are…

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Added by Tim Burke on June 13, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments

The Search Engine for Recruiting 2.0

The days of posting-and-praying are quickly coming to an end.  Much of the best talent has never submitted a resume, never looked on a job board, and has never been unemployed.  They rely heavily on recruiters finding them, or job referrals from within their networks.   These people aren’t hunting work...you have to hunt them.
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Social media is rapidly…
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Added by Tim Burke on June 11, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments

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