ATC Social Media Presentation

Here is my presentation from the ATC Social Media event. My main messages that I hope people took away were: Using social media for marketing is ok, but engagement and community is better Engagement and community is harder than just a Twitter account or Facebook Social Media is not easy, nor is it free TrueContinue reading “ATC Social Media Presentation”

Who owns your brand in the social media world?

Tomorrow morning I am doing a presentation for MyCareer and some of their clients looking at the wonderful topic of: Who owns your brand in a social media world An interesting topic some might think more interesting have a job board promote social media, more on that later. While I have a large amount ofContinue reading “Who owns your brand in the social media world?”

Social Media for Recruitment

One of the things that has been going on in the background for the last couple of months has been the building of a social media for recruitment training program, in partnership with InsideJob. The program consists of three modules; one hour webinar, 1 day introduction and 2 day advance course and is structured toContinue reading “Social Media for Recruitment”

Mobile Recruiting

At the upcoming ATC Social Media conference (early bird prices until 30 September) I will be talking briefly about mobile recruiting. A topic I know is a little strange to some people, but I think effective use of mobile technology is going to become a critical part of a recruiters toolkit. Let’s face it mobileContinue reading “Mobile Recruiting”

Workforce Analytics: Following the employees

I ran across an interesting post from the LinkedIn blog, via Steve Barham from LinkedIn, entitled Where did all the people go from the collapsed financial institutions?. The post was looking at the flow of employees between five major financial services companies: Barclays Credit Suisse Citigroup Bank Of America JP Morgan Chase This image showsContinue reading “Workforce Analytics: Following the employees”

A history lesson of sorts

I got distracted today so I started digging through my old blog posts to have a look at some of the subjects I have covered in the last 5 years. Initially I was very much focused on blogs as a method of solving all of the world’s issues. Mainly because that was the main formContinue reading “A history lesson of sorts”

Follow up on the sources of talent report

It has been an interesting week or so since Phillip and I released the sources of talent report for Australia. We have had both positive and negative feedback, which is to be expected. Some of the commentary available online: Gerry Crispin Alice Snell Ross Clennett Six Figures Peerlo I would like to review some ofContinue reading “Follow up on the sources of talent report”

Twitter in the recruitment process

I am sorry but I have to call this out. The RCSA is the peak Australian¬†association¬†for the recruitment and on-hire sector (according to their web site) but I do wonder sometimes if they know what is going on. (Disclosure I am not a member and have only attended a few of their events so myContinue reading “Twitter in the recruitment process”

Australian Job Board Report 2009 released

I have been very slack in the last few weeks and I have not posted about several very exciting and interesting activities, I will work to fix this over the next few days. Firstly the Australian Job Board Report for 2009 has been released by Phillip Tusing from Destination Talent. The report lists 236 jobContinue reading “Australian Job Board Report 2009 released”