Social Recruiting: History and Future ~ HR Examiner Weekly Edition v 4.06 February 8, 2013 The original notions of how to execute social recruiting bear rethinking. It’s not that Social Recruiting is dead. It’s that we haven’t figured out a way to deliver it to the uninitiated (includes John Sumser’s recent presentation on this topic). Also this week: Kelly Cartwright has Advancing the Gender Agenda: Three Reasons Companies Should Mean Business, Heather Bussing asks some Social Recruiting Questions and John Sumser has Mobile is Free and Five Links: Talent and The Net. Have a great weekend.  
Social Recruiting: History and FutureSocial Recruiting: History and Future So far, social recruiting hasn’t really delivered on its promises. The constant drumbeat of evangelism (hurry up or you’ll miss the boat) turns out not to be true. There’s no boat and missing it doesn’t mean much. Read Now »
Five Links: Talent and The NetFive Links: Talent and The Net This week: hiring great engineers, an internet for manufacturing, internet 2012 in numbers, state of talent managers report and MeetAlex. Read Now »
Mobile is FreeMobile is Free Today’s mobile recruiting advocates get their panties in a bunch over the idea of ‘mobile apply’. For the initiated, that’s code for the fact that you can’t actually apply for a job on your phone yet (in most cases). An army of competing entrepreneurs are hot on that task. Read Now »
Three Reasons Companies Should Mean Business by Kelly CartwrightThree Reasons Companies Should Mean Business by Kelly Cartwright “The competition for critical talent, including specialized skills and leadership, remains high. The reason is simple: the talent supply in key areas is not keeping up with demand, and companies must do all they can to boost that supply. ” – Kelly Cartwright Read Now »
Social Recruiting Questions by Heather BussingSocial Recruiting Questions by Heather Bussing “Social Recruiting is an important part of a company’s employment brand. Yet, it has to be more than just putting up a Facebook page and posting self–serving ads.” – Heather Bussing Read Now »
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This week: hiring great engineers, an internet for manufacturing, internet 2012 in numbers, state of talent managers report, and meetAlex

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