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October 2, 2011

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11 for #HRTechConf 2011: Follow These Top HR & Recruitment Bloggers

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11 for #HRTechConf 2011: Follow These Top HR & Recruitment Bloggers

In the days leading up to this year’s 2011 HR Technology Conference, the inevitable buzz has built to a crescendo, promising a record number of exhibitors, attendees and new product announcements (over 200, according to the conference organizers, including some of the biggest brands in the business). But with the launch of a score of new technologies dedicated to the mission of simplifying the HR function, it begs the question: what about social media?

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September 30, 2011

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#HREvolution: Building A Business Case for Talent Communities @NPRJobs

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#HREvolution: Building A Business Case for Talent Communities @NPRJobs

As some of the best and brightest minds in talent acquisition and social media, HREvolution presents a unique opportunity to drive real collaboration – and real results – for a real employer. #TChat is excited to be partnering with National Public Radio (NPR) to present a business case – and strategy – for developing and sustaining talent communities and putting best practices into practice in the HR trenches. So roll up your sleeves and put on your thinking caps.

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May 24, 2011

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Talent Acquisition: The Myths and Power of Social Media

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Talent Acquisition: The Myths and Power of Social Media

Social recruiting is just like social for any other part of the business: everyone is learning as they go. But lots of companies have been incorporating social into their recruiting strategies long enough to know a couple of things: the need to engage in new ways with people who can propel your business is here to stay, and there many points of entry for getting started or taking the next step.

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November 2, 2010

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The Candidate Bill of Rights: RecruitFest! Director’s Cut

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The Candidate Bill of Rights: RecruitFest! Director’s Cut

We can do better when it comes to the Candidate experience- much better. But first, we need to agree on what ‘it’ is and accept one critical component with all it implies- that it is THEIR experience not OURS.

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October 28, 2010

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Going Glocal: RecruitFest! Director’s Cut

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Going Glocal: RecruitFest! Director’s Cut

Q&A with Chris Hoyt, Talent Engagement & Marketing Leader at PepsiCo and Eric Winegardner, VP Client Adoption, Monster Worldwide.

As more companies begin to understand the value of recruitment marketing, what basics should yours keep in mind when finally deciding to step into this channel? This informative session with PepsiCo’s Chris Hoyt illustrates the approach this global brand is taking to deliver “not just a ‘message’ to both passive and active job seekers…but an idea through its new “Possibilities” campaign.

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October 12, 2010

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The Monster 5: RecruitFest! Reflections (Special Edition)

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The Monster 5: RecruitFest! Reflections (Special Edition)

If you’re an HR or recruiting professional, chances are your event calendar’s as crammed as ours. That’s why we’re so appreciative to all the attendees who chose to spend a few hours (or a few minutes) with us on Thursday, October 7 at RecruitFest! In terms of building a meaningful dialogue, we think the numbers speak for themselves: over 3800 attendees in 38 countries and all 50 states participated in RecruitFest! (and in this era of global talent management, that’s pretty cool), logging 3,200 total viewer hours and over 3000 tweets the day of RecruitFest! alone.

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September 21, 2010

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HR and Recruiting Pros: Sitting on the Social Media Sidelines?

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HR and Recruiting Pros: Sitting on the Social Media Sidelines?

More than 1400 HR professionals recently gathered at the annual HR Florida local SHRM chapter event in Orlando, Florida, while hundreds of recruiters descended upon OnRec in Chicago this past week. Having attended both events, one dominant theme resonated with each of these audiences: HR practitioners and recruiters alike continue to wrestle with the concept of social media.

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September 14, 2010

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RecruitFest!: The Real Thing

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RecruitFest!: The Real Thing

I have had the privilege of attending or exhibiting at many HR or recruiting conferences over the last ten years. I have always loved the experience and actually looked forward to each event. Well, wait… let me be completely honest. The first several exhibitions that I was a part of were miserable. I didn’t like the competitive nature of them, I hated when a co-worker stepped in front of me to talk to a visitor in our booth. The stepping on toes part left a very bad taste in my mouth. I am not competitive enough to behave in such a way, I value the perception of the potential client way too much, besides– my momma taught me better than that.

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September 1, 2010

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TalentNet Live: Top 3 Takeaways

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TalentNet Live: Top 3 Takeaways

At last week’s TalentNet Live event, I decided to do something that seemed antithetical to my usual presence at these conferences and confabs. I stopped Tweeting and started listening. And then a funny thing happened: by closing my computer, I opened my mind. Rather than worry about concentrating on fitting the content of the presentations into 140 characters, I could concentrate on how they fit into the bigger picture. Here’s what I learned:

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