Back in June I shipped myself off to the first Social Recruiting Summit at Google HQ in San Francisco. On my return I was approached by the team from Australasian Talent Conference (Trevor Vas, Horace Chai, and Kevin Wheeler) to see if we could pull off a similar event here in Australia. So on 3rdContinue reading “Social Media: A Recruitment Revolution?”
I was beaten to the punch by Kelly Magowan with her post yesterday as to why you need to upgrade your corporate careers site to be successful with social media. This was my flow on post from the Corporate Careers Website Report I released on Wednesday night. However Kelly only scratched the surface of the issue.Continue reading “Are careers website critical to success??”
In late 2008 I spent some time reviewing the career websites of the BRW Top 200 organisations within Australia, based on the work by CareerXRoads in the US. The process included a physical review of each of the BRW Top 200 web sites during September to December 2008. I sat on the report for a longContinue reading “State of Australian Corporate Career Websites”
There are some funky job title’s going around at the moment, Chief Happiness Officer, Chief Trouble Maker but none like the one advertised on Mumbrella Jobs earlier today: “Head of Getting Shit Done“.
What is Integrated Talent Management (ITM)? Well that was the question posed at this morning’s breakfast briefing session run by PageUp People to launch their new white paper, “ITM – The Evolution”. Their answer: Credit: Lumaxart ITM leverages the same data, process, workflow management, security model, user portals, and reporting and analytics tools across allContinue reading “PageUp People: Integrated Talent Management”
One of the reasons I have been so busy over the last few months is a specific client project I have been working on: a payroll upgrade and implementation of a new time & attendance system. While I not going to cover the details of the engagement I want to touch on the payroll systemContinue reading “Australian Payroll: Chris 21”