By Eric B. Meyer
If you are one of the 70,000 plus employers across the U.S. required to file an annual EEO-1 by September 30, 2015, you have an extra month.
Kameron Swinton Randy Bailey Aaron Linz Amie Ernst Kerri Mills Chris Herron Kim Goddard Daniel Walker As loyal SourceCon readers and conference attendees know, the annual SourceCon challenge is where the smartest sourcers in the business show their skills. Join us in Dallas later this week to see the final round of the 2015 challenge!
Last week I wrote a post about Radaris and Pipl. When I finished, I realized that using these tools became more important and necessary after Facebook removed the functionality I liked the best from Graph Search. Yet, Facebook can still be hugely important for sourcing as a cross-referencing and verification tool. Facebook Graph Search was valuable […]
In my two previous posts, I shared ideas on attracting and retaining millennials. So your millennials have their feet under the desk, and many of them may be moving into a managerial or leadership role. A recent study from the Pew Research Center showed that millennials will surpass Boomers and Gen X in the workplace this […]
Does this Sourcing story sound familiar? You conduct a targeted search for non-active prospects, reach out using your favorite medium, and get an excellent response. You cherry pick the best 3-4 that are spot on functionally, and have a terrific initial chat with each. You find all are sharp, strong interpersonally, and possess excellent business […]
Congrats! You’ve almost made it through Monday. Here are 4 tech stories that should interest tech-minded sourcing and recruiting professionals. Normally it’s just the recruiters complaining about LinkedIn. Last week, the social network (which now resembles more of a job board) removed the export contacts feature. This move gained a lot of negative attention from the mainstream media […]
An employee of an Amherst Chuck E. Cheese restaurant is facing child porn charges. Zachary Feeterman, 20, of Parkedge Ave. has been arrested.
Last Tuesday, the state Legislature sent to Gov. Tom Wolf, who has waived the fee for the Child Protective Services Law background check and reduced the Pennsylvania State Police background fee from $10 to $8, a bill extending the commencement of the volunteer background clearance requirement to Aug. 25.
How many ambidextrous CEOs do you know who part their hair down the middle, ride a bike to work while carrying a sack lunch in their back pack, park the bike and don a pair of shorts for the workday, and find time in a 50-hour work week to exercise …
Having a ton of experience under your belt doesn’t necessarily mean you have an “impressive” resume. “You can have all the experience in the world — but if your resume doesn’t stand out, if you don’t present that information in a well-organized manner, or if it doesn’t tell your story, nobody will take the time […]
Conducting digital marketing campaigns in more than 190 countries, Kenshoo clients include CareerBuilder, Expedia, Facebook, KAYAK, Omnicom Media Group, Tesco, Travelocity, Walgreens, and Zappos. With over hundreds of RDBMS servers, large …
Fifteen percent of workers planned to participate in office pools during the NCAA basketball tournament, according to a CareerBuilder survey. That's up from 11 percent last year. (That also means 85 percent said they wouldn't. If you buy that then you …
In 1990, Kenney Moore worked as a district manager in eastern North Carolina for Rob’s Cheesesteaks and Cheeseburgers. The chain, now long since defunct, started going downhill thanks to a down economy and the Rob’s owner, who we just call Roberts, getting caught in many unsavory business schemes. Kenney was tired of losing work and […]