Neil Costa
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5 Steps Recruiting Innovation:

Putting the Recruitment Innovation Summit in Perspective


I attended the Recruiting Innovation Summit hosted by ERE, LinkedIn, and Facebook's Richard Cho a few weeks ago.  The people, tone, and content of the event made it great.  It was well attended, and Richard Cho of Facebook is the man.  Attendees had an edge about them, giving you a sense that there is real momentum in the recruiting…


Posted on June 7, 2011 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

Pay-Per-Click Marketing - We should do that! What is it?

Pay-Per-Click Recruiting in Today’s Dynamic Marketplace

Today, HireClix launched a new Recruitment Marketing Strategies White Paper – “Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Recruiting in Today’s Dynamic Marketplace”. It’s a primer on PPC recruiting that answers your often thought, but little asked, questions. …


Posted on November 11, 2010 at 5:23pm

I Have a Confession, I was an Accountant - Digging Into the Unemployment Numbers

I have a confession. I was an accountant a long time ago in an economy far, far away. I’m a bit of a numbers junkie because of my background. So, I always peak at the U.S. Department of Labor unemployment claim numbers. Like many of you, I read them, understand them at the highest level, and consider them as an indicator of the economy. Fewer claims are good and more claims are bad, right?

Recently, I subscribed to several very good newsletters published by the U.S. Department of… Continue

Posted on September 17, 2010 at 2:00pm

DOT JOBS: A Weapon of Mass Distraction

Stay Focused on Building Your Employment Brand

You need to ask the following question for each and every recruitment dollar you spend; is this developing candidates or is it a distraction? Put the .JOBS expansion in the distraction column.

Here’s the deal. Before, only employers' names can grab the .JOBS domain. For example, Now, the .JOBS domain will expand to industry and geography based names. For example, or… Continue

Posted on August 25, 2010 at 12:00pm

New Optimism for Recruiting. Same Old Recruiting Budget?

Over the past month or so, I have spoken with startups, staffing firms, software players, a couple of hospitals and even some HR vendors. People are seeing signs of life and there is optimism in their voices. People are feeling good, and I don’t expect this good feeling to fade along with our summer tans. There WILL be momentum in recruiting this fall, and this is good news for job seekers, HR executives, recruiters and the economy.

Why am I… Continue

Posted on August 16, 2010 at 10:13am

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At 6:22pm on December 22, 2008, Susan Kang Nam said…
Hey Neil ~ ok.. forwarded the message.. and he'll def. contact u with questions when he has a moment or two.. haha.. anyways.. your firm is in Lexington? That's great ~ was just there last week for a that town. See u '09 ~ :) Sus
At 12:09pm on November 21, 2008, Susan Burns said…
Thanks for your note and welcome to Neil! I hope you'll be sharing some of the cool stuff I saw on your site. Cheers! Susan
At 5:42pm on November 20, 2008, Susan Kang Nam said…
Hey Neil ~ nice to see you on Recruitingblogs ~ wish you and your family best tomorrow.
At 12:08pm on November 20, 2008, Neil Costa said…
Thanks for the suggestion Susan Burns!!


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