Recruiting

You must read this post on influence

This post is a bit of an experiment related to on-line influence and on-line impact. My view is that when we talk about influence, we really mean impact. Influence became a bit of a trendy word to use, multiplied by the likes of Klout and PeerIndex. Suddenly everyone was arguing about influence, relevance and whether […]

Get Referred: The Big Change In #SocialRecruiting?

There is a feature that I have been noticing appearing on most of the Facebook recruiting applications. The get referred feature enables you to see how you are connected with the employing company, and enables you to message your contacts to ask to be referred for a particular job. In most of the apps you […]

Recruiters: This is the future (if you have one)

I’ve worked in and around recruiters for the last 30 years. I’ve been a director of a national recruitment business, and up to 3 years ago all of my career had been in third-party agency sector. the last few years nearly all of my clients have been corporate, because the corporate sector has been quickest […]

Social Media, Work And HR (Infographic) Featuring @SusanAvello

Susan Avello is smart.and sassy. Susan blogs at HRVirtualcafe.Com. You should check it out. I was lucky enough to meet her at #SHRM12 in the blogger lounge, and we exchange tweets from time to time.Earlier this week Avello shared an infographic that she had put together for a presentation. I like this infographic because theres […]

Getting Better Response And Spending Less On Jobboards

Lets be honest about this, job boards aren’t dead, and are showing no sign of passing on any time soon. LinkedIn is not a job board, it’s a place you can post jobs with other content. Facebook are so keen on the job board concept that they want to build their own of sorts. as […]

Live and Breathe Social Media By @jobgram

I’ve been following Paul Jacobs new business Jobgram Ltd since they launched earlier this year. I’m going to be publishing a case study shortly that will share the results of one of the Jobgram campaigns. What is clear is that these infographic job descriptions have caught the imagination and are getting shared around a lot […]

Are you thinking about the introverts? (TEDx Video) and other thoughts

I don’t think I could ever be described as an introvert, probably more of an extrovert or an extrovert+. I love being in crowds and public speaking to large audiences. the way that I dress can hardly be described as conservative. and reserved, and I love nothing more than being in the thick of conversation […]