Michael Specht

A blog from Australia looking at technology, management, Human Resources (HR) and recruitment.

Entries Tagged as 'Interviews'

Tips on managing social media in the workplace

February 27th, 2010 · Comments Off · HR Management, Interviews, Social Networks ·

Last week I did a short podcast with Nick McCormick, author of Lead Well and Prosper, looking at tips for managing social media in the workplace. We spoke about implementing guidelines/policies within the workplace along with some of the potential issues and how to manage them.  However given the short format of the podcast, it is only […]

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Press Press and More Press

March 23rd, 2009 · 2 Comments · Interviews ·

Might be time to start an “In the Press” section either here or over at Inspecht. Following the Nett magazine article, and the 2009 Job Board Report. I am in this month’s HR Monthly (registration required), on Marketing Mag, with another article coming out next week on Marketing Mag.

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In the news

March 4th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Interviews, Recruitment, Social Networks ·

An interview I did late last year for Nett magazine on social networking and recruitment was finally published. Sarah Stokely did a great job getting some many different view points and quotes about social networking in the office. You can read the full article online or just my bits below: Human resources and recruitment professionals tend […]

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Meet Brett Iredale from Job Adder

December 1st, 2008 · Comments Off · Interviews, Recruitment ·

Following last weeks interview with Kevin Howard from Jobs in HR today we have another local recruitment expert Brett Iredale. Brett runs the successful automated job posting system JobAdder and as you will see from the interview an early adopter of technology. While the last few interviews have been focused on recruiting I am working to […]

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Meet Jobs in HR founder Kevin Howard

November 23rd, 2008 · 1 Comment · Interviews, Recruitment ·

Last month I posted an interview with an internal recruiter from Oracle Australia, David Talamelli, and decided this will become a regular feature. I have always wanted to profile interviews on the blog however up until nowI did not feel Australia had enough of a local online market to generate interesting posts. That has changed. […]

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