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SHRM-Atlanta Conference: Future of Talent Acquisition

[tweetmeme source="alexputman"] Orignal Post appeared on the SHRM-Atlanta blog  Did you know that there are over 1 billion (with a “B”) smart phone users globally?  By 2015 smart phone usage will overtake desktops.  Do you think this mobile explosion will have an impact on talent acquisition?  Consider...

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9 Reasons to Blog!

[tweetmeme source="alexputman"] In October I presented at the 2011 SHRM-Atlanta Annual conference on the topic of blogging.  The biggest question; Why Blog?  There are several reasons to blog and below is a list of benefits to being a blogger. Engagement (being part of a conversation & dialogue via comments) Tool to develop discussion around...

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Develop a Social Recruiting Strategy

[tweetmeme source="alexputman"] Everywhere you turn you hear one buzz word; social!  I am in the field of talent acquisition and companies are always looking for the fountain of candidates; that one place where strong candidates are abundant, java developers fall off of trees and the purple squirrels...

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13 Reasons You’re NOT a Social Media Expert

[tweetmeme source="alexputman"] If you Google the term "social media expert" you will find tons of posts and writings on the topic.  I have met many so called "experts", several whom contribute to blogs and a few that have written papers and  even books regarding this topic.  I was recently...

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Change Worth Video Chatting About!

[tweetmeme source="alexputman"] I recently heard the following comment about "improving" customer interaction and relationships "well it has worked for 25+ years, it should work the same way today. " "Why change it?"  This got me to thinking, some things may work the same as 25 years ago (toilets, sinks and other...

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Mobile: All the Cool Kids Are Doing It!

[tweetmeme source="alexputman"] Albert Einstein said “Imagination is more important than knowledge”, as profound a statement as this is and as much as I agree, I have a confession.  I read this profound statement in a bathroom while on vacation AND it was next to a copy of the Constitution. Information is everywhere and...

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