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Smarterer the Big Winner in the Startup Contest at Recruiting Innovation Summit

by
Todd Raphael
May 15, 2013, 7:38 pm ET

Smarterer has won the 2013 startup competition at the Recruiting Innovation Summit. The award comes with a $10,000 prize. It was selected by three judges: ERE Media Founder David Manaster, Greylock Partners Talent VP Dan Portillo, and Universum Founder Lars-Henrik Friis Molin. The judging panel considered in its decision the results of an audience vote... [full article »]

‘Kill the Cover Letter.’ Long Live the Cover Tweet

by
John Zappe
May 1, 2013, 1:35 am ET

While the debate rages on about the future of the resume, there’s angst, but not as much, over the destiny of the cover letter. A year ago Fortune asked “Are we killing off the cover letter?” The answer, at least according to the survey the article references, is a resounding yes. Earlier though, Ruby on... [full article »]

The New ROI for Social Media Recruiting

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John Zappe
Apr 16, 2013, 12:53 pm ET

Jody Ordioni wrote a prescient view about the ROI of social recruiting which posted Monday morning. Monday night I discovered first hand just how prescient, at a recruiting roundtable that marked the opening of the ERE Recruiting Conference & Expo. I moderated two separate discussions of social media issues in 90 minutes. ROI concerns were... [full article »]

TheLadders Sued in Consumer Class Action That Calls Site a “Scam”

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John Zappe
Mar 12, 2013, 3:34 pm ET

TheLadders is being sued in New York federal court in a class-action consumer lawsuit alleging that for years it falsely claimed it offered only high-paying jobs. Brought by an Arkansas woman representing perhaps as many as a million customers of the job board, the suit says: From its inception until September, 2011, TheLadders scammed its... [full article »]

Becoming A Social Enterprise

by
Lance Haun
Oct 25, 2012, 4:48 pm ET

Join us for this informative webinar with George LeBrun as we take a close look at social media and how it effects your organization. From developing a brand, to recruiting, to establishing social learning and community efforts, social media can be incorporated into every aspect of your business. [full article »]

LinkedIn’s New Tools Measure Brand Power, and Get Your Job Listings Moved Up Top

by
Todd Raphael
Oct 11, 2012, 11:45 am ET

Over the last two years, LinkedIn has used its fast-growing user conference to roll out products that have become such a part of the daily life of LinkedIn-o-philes that we barely remember when they didn’t exist. The idea of pushing really targeted jobs to passive job-seekers was highlighted in 2010. Last year, LinkedIn unveiled the... [full article »]

How To Avoid the Top 3 Mistakes Organizations Make When Evaluating and Implementing Recruiting Technology Solutions

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Lance Haun
Sep 14, 2012, 1:15 pm ET

In this webinar, Chris Havrilla and Ben Gotkin talk about the top 3 mistakes made when evaluating and implementing recruiting technology. Listen in to this fascinating episode. [full article »]

Get Your New Hire Salespeople Up To Speed… Fast

by
Lance Haun
Aug 30, 2012, 11:36 pm ET

Lee B. Salz, sales management strategist and talent management expert, helps companies launch onboarding initiatives designed to reduce ramp-up time and increase seller performance. While many think of onboarding as merely the completion of new-hire paperwork, Lee’s approach creates bridges connecting salesperson potential with job proficiency resulting in fast results! Join us for this great... [full article »]

Not Your Mama’s User Groups!

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Lance Haun
Aug 30, 2012, 11:28 pm ET

In this webinar, netPolarity Sourcing Manager and MARS Head Instructor Mark Tortorici shed light on technical user groups, and forums and show attendees how to actively mine these online communities using advanced sourcing tricks to make the most out of them, exponentially expanding your talent pool for passive and hard-to-reach candidates. [full article »]

Garbage To Gold: How Improving Your Data Boosts Your Business

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Lance Haun
Aug 23, 2012, 10:39 am ET

In this session, Fred Shilmover of InsightSquared talked about the importance of data, being able to conceptualize and analyze it as well as what it means for your business. [full article »]

4 Social Learning Trends

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Lance Haun
Aug 10, 2012, 2:45 pm ET

According to the latest industry report from TrainingMag.com, total expenditures in training are on the rise. The amount spent on training jumped about 13% from 2010, including increases in overall training budgets and payroll, and spending on outside products and services. Sharlyn Lauby of the ITM Group presents on how to incorporate four learning trends... [full article »]

Sources of Hire — Channels of Influence

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Lance Haun
Jul 25, 2012, 4:00 pm ET

In this session, Mark Mehler and Gerry Crispin from CareerXroads plan to share their data from earlier this year and their thoughts about the last 10 years they’ve been asking a biased sample of companies for their data. A little story-telling, a little learning and a few recommendations on how you can improve what you do... [full article »]

Workforce Planning – Your Competition Knows Your Best Talent, Do You?

by
Brendan Shields
Jul 20, 2012, 5:08 pm ET

In this session, Brenan German, Managing Principal, Bright Talent Resources, Inc., a boutique Talent Acquisition Advisory and Recruiting Services firm, will discuss the basic principles of Workforce Planning and demonstrate tactical exercises to develop a Workforce Plan. A former Fortune 500 Talent Acquisition leader with nearly 20 years of experience, Brenan will share what he... [full article »]

The Caustic and Cynical Rumblings of a Old Man at ERE Expo 2012

by
Lou Adler
Apr 6, 2012, 5:45 am ET

Note from ERE’s CEO David Manaster: When I saw the latest from Lou yesterday, I was stunned. After all, this is not just anyone. This is Lou Adler. He’s been sharing his recruiting wisdom on ERE.net for over a dozen years. Along with John & Kevin, I consider him to be one of the original... [full article »]

A Vision for the Future of Recruitment: Recruitment 3.0

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Matthew Jeffery
Jun 14, 2011, 5:47 am ET

(This article, co-authored with Amy McKee, director, global talent acquisition, at Autodesk, is a greatly abridged version of an in-depth article also co-written with McKee and published in the June Journal of Corporate Recruiting Leadership.) There has never been a better time to be a recruiter. What we do can quite literally make or break a company. If... [full article »]

RecruitingBlogs Is Up For Auction

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John Zappe
Jun 7, 2011, 3:59 pm ET

Update: The length of the auction was shortened after this article was posted. The auction now ends on June 22. RecruitingBlogs.com is up for auction and right now, the top bid is $6,500. The eclectic recruitment social network with its rich potpourri of opinion, observation, social activities, and practices both best and otherwise, was put up for... [full article »]

Hundreds of Comments Flood in as .Jobs Comments Close

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John Zappe
Jul 19, 2010, 7:13 pm ET

If the sheer number of comments decided the matter, the proposal to expand the use of .jobs addresses would be DOA. In the week since opponents of the plan launched a campaign against it, more than 200 comments were posted to the public forum run by the group that will decide the matter. Not all... [full article »]

Open Letter to ICANN: Reject the .jobs Amendment!

by
David Manaster
Jul 15, 2010, 11:46 am ET

For months, John Zappe has been covering the .jobs saga here on ERE.net, so regular ERE readers will be familiar with much of the background. If you are new to the story, you can catch up here and here. Today is the final day of ICANN’s open comment period before they consider Employ Media’s .jobs... [full article »]

SHRM Council To Consider .Jobs Friday

by
John Zappe
Apr 8, 2010, 9:46 pm ET

A SHRM executive said this afternoon that the organization has taken no position on proposed changes to career site addresses, nor did it have anything to do with a call for public comment. Gary Rubin, SHRM’s chief publishing, e-media, and business development officer, said he was unaware of what content is published on Policy.Jobs adding,... [full article »]