Archive | October 2010
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You will have read all the posts recently about recruitment dying, and how all companies are going to source their staff directly, and all recruiters might as well shut up shop and go home. From all the talk, the best trade to be in is undertaking, because there are going to be plenty of funerals […]
The village where I live, Earls Barton in Northamptonshire is very much a traditional English village. Being in the heart of the Midlands, it was once home to a thriving boot and shoe industry. In the census of 1831, a third of the men in the county were employed in shoemaking. There were seven shoe […]
The term influencer gets banded about quite a lot. I have been on a few influencer lists and have written posts on the topic in the past, particularly when The Fast Company’s “spam” project was in full flow. A deffinition of influence is: “The ability to alter or sway an individual’s or a group’s thoughts, […]
I’ve been checking some stats for some forthcoming posts and a presentation I need to make next week. There are so many stats floating about the internet these days, that it is hard to know which are true and which are made up on the spot. I’ve found a great research tool that does the […]
Is this you? You want to adopt Social Recruiting or Social Media in to your organisation? You want others to share your enthusiasm for the potential offered by these communication and network channels? Knocking your head against a brick wall to be heard? The solution might be that you are trying to change too much […]