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HRExaminer Weekly Edition v5.16 April 25, 2014


In our feature this week John Sumser discusses how most Employment Branding misses the central point about Passive Candidates. A recent trip to Disneyland led William Uranga to conclude that Mickey is no Dumbo when it comes to creating magical experiences for people - whether they’re employees or park guests. Don't even try to ignore our Five Links on Resisting Change. On HR Examiner Radio, John talks about Google Glass and wearable tech in HR and Recruiting with Danielle Weinblatt, CEO of Take the Interview. Enjoy!

This Week's Articles

 
Employment Branding for Passive Candidates RevisitedFEATURE: Employment Branding for Passive Candidates Revisited
The most important thing about ‘passive candidates’ isn’t that they are passive, it’s that they are qualified.
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Mickey is No DumboMickey is No Dumbo
Question: How does your language, terminology used in recruiting, reflect the driving culture, industry focus of your company?
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Five Links: Resisting ChangeFive Links: Resisting Change
This week’s balance is three pieces about the way we look at the future and two about our resistance.
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HRExaminer Radio: Episode #53: Danielle WeinblattHRExaminer Radio: Episode #53: Danielle Weinblatt Join John Sumser as he discusses Google Glass and wearable tech in HR and Recruiting with Danielle Weinblatt, CEO of Take the Interview.
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