May 30, 2016

#truBudapest 2016

Last Thursday I had the pleasure of attending #truBudapest to lead a track on talent pipelining and network recruitment. When I say pleasure, I really mean […]
April 27, 2016

How (not) to write an InMail

I got really annoyed by a LinkedIn InMail I received earlier this week. An InMail! Even though my contact details are splattered all over the web. […]
December 2, 2015

Recruitment advertising… we’re doing it wrong.

It would seem that advertising is a simple enough concept that has the potential to be understood by the general majority of our society. Make something […]
November 27, 2015

Are online recruitment campaigns enough?

With an abundance of technical tools to help you improve just about any part of the recruitment process, with technology dedicated to: save time / reduce […]
October 28, 2015

Creative job ads? Let’s just settle for good ones!

As the end of the year slowly approaches, I’ve been thinking more and more about some of the lessons I’ve learned since I moved to London […]
September 24, 2015

Sourcing Summit

In September I had the chance to attend Sourcing Summit. A year earlier I could only follow it on Twitter, and there I was presenting some […]
June 22, 2015
mind your language

Mind your language

I’ve recently read a blog about how we misuse the word talent because it should describe something extraordinary when in fact we use it to address […]
May 7, 2015

This social recruitment thing just isn’t working…

The way we define social recruiting reminds me of something we discussed in history class back in Poland when we covered the communist period. It may […]
August 23, 2014
rejection

The benefits of rejection

Rejection may very well be the most important part of recruitment. We tend to talk a lot about finding and attracting candidates, creating talent pools and […]
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