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Kia or Caddy? Drive the right Recruiting ROI in your Communications Channels

HRExaminer Weekly Edition v4.28 July 26, 2013


You’ve figured out which communication channel works best to recruit your candidate. But wait, how much did that hire cost? John Sumser continues his series on Communications Channels by exploring how channels like social media or retained executive search impact the final cost of recruiting.

Elsewhere, Jay Cross puts Informal Learning in a Nutshell while Heather Bussing contemplates the Brutal Simplicity of Thought. On HR Examiner Radio, John Sumser interviews former Microsoft Staffing Consultant Amy Ala and has news about The HR Technology Conference. Enjoy!

This Week’s Articles

 

Communications Channels IVFeature: Communications Channels IV
Each communications channel implies a different mode of recruiting and a different cost per hire. Imagine a spectrum that ranges from active at one end to passive at the other. Read Now »

 

Brutal Simplicity of ThoughtBrutal Simplicity of Thought
How did two wheels emancipate women? When bicycles became available in the 1880’s, women did not have to rely on men for transportation. “The bicycle became their freedom machine.” Read Now »

 

The HR Technology ConferenceThe HR Technology Conference If you are interested in the future of HR or the state of the art in American HR Technology, there is no other single event that serves it up as coherently. Read Now »

 

Informal Learning In A NutshellInformal Learning In A Nutshell
Workers learn more in the coffee room than in the classroom. Formal learning—classes and workshops—is the source of only 10 to 20 percent of what people learn at work.
Read Now »

 

HRExaminer Radio: Episode #27: Amy AlaHRExaminer Radio: Episode #27: Amy Ala Amy Ala is a Staffing Consultant with Microsoft, and featured blogger for RecruitingBlogs.com. After years in employment, Amy is convinced the #1 trait in successful recruiters is a sense of humor. Read Now »

 

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Informal Learning In A Nutshell

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