Tag: social recruiting

Social Recruiting: Just As Fickle As Social Media

Have you noticed that print media is shrinking? No, not the number of newspapers that are printed but the physical size of many major newspapers is getting smaller. Pages literally roll off of the presses at unbelievable speeds in a four page width that is cut in half and automatically folded into sections. Since the …

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Networking Is Only the Beginning

The answer to so many questions today is found in the one word “networking.” This is discussed in product marketing, sales training, recruiting, job searches, and just about anywhere that personal contact is necessary to begin some process. The keyword in this definition is “begin” because there is little value in simply collecting network contacts …

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Reviewing This Week on Make HR Happen – A Smorgasbord of Topics

Taking a break from the multi-post themes of recent weeks, these articles were the product of thoughts that just happened to show themselves when the keyboard was silent. Stay tuned… research is afoot for two additional themes in the near future.  Mar 4 – An Old Motivational Story That Still Works – Why do we do what …

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Reviewing This Week on Make HR Happen – All About Social Media

Ask any group of people to define social media and there will be as many answers as there are people in the group. That is not a bad thing. It is different things to different people. There are arguments and agreements, problems and solutions, challenges and responses… that sounds just like real life, doesn’t it? …

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What Is Next in Social Media?

The only thing that limits the expansion of social media is the human brain and expanding technology to meet the needs of communication and curiosity. Today’s social media usage has gone far beyond science fiction of a few years ago, so perhaps there is a clue into how future needs will be met in the …

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