Tag Archive | social recruiting

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 […]

The Social Relationship Matrix #truStockholm

I’m just back from a great #truStockholm, where I was really impressed with the progress made over the last 12 months by the recruiters involved. At the last #truStockholm, we spent a lot of time talking concept and why adopting social recruiting might be a good idea. This time around, the talk was all around […]

Source of influence or source of hire?

I’ve been thinking quite a lot recently about source of hire. It’s one of the most common statistics that gets measured and reported. The reports that I see tend to indicate that social media is fairly low on the list of source of hire. Well below the career site or the job boards. When you […]

Pushing the recruiting envelope with @paulJacobs4real #ATCSM (talking Porn)

Lets here it for the crazy ones! The community DJ is doing his stuff. Paul is looking at industries outside of recruiting to see how to develop recruiting. His view is that many are still recruiting like it is 1999. it is still all LinkedIn and Job boards. paul showed how he used an infographic […]

New Kool v Old School: Video Talking Talent Networks #ATCSource #SocialRecruiting

I made this video for an event for Greg Savage. The video got lost somewhere in the ether but I wanted to share it with you and hear your thoughts. The #ATCSource event referred to in the video is on Thursday 17’th August, and I will be around to meet anyone Melbourne based on Friday […]

Cracking The Geek Code

I blogged a while ago about meeting one of my social-media idols @documentally on a train journey from Preston to Northampton. I’d been on the mobile and he had overheard me use the term “tweetup.” This triggered a conversation and a meeting with someone I had been following (and learning from for a while.) I […]