Hangouts on Air Archives

People Aggregators Are Going Mainstream… Are They Working?

People aggregators are going mainstream. All the signs are there: Dice has an aggregator; Talentbin was acquired by Monster; LinkedIn is suing Hiringsolved. Now that recruiters have access to tools like these, how much success are they actually having? The SourceCon Live crew discussed this topic last week. I’ve included a video clip of the conversation…

SourceCon Live Recap: The DNA of a Dynamic Recruiting Community

Over the years, dynamic recruiting “hotspots” have popped up around the country. These communities are known by recruiters and recruiting leaders for nurturing the talent residing in their areas. For last weeks episode of SourceCon Live, I assembled a panel of people representing several recruiting and sourcing associations from around the country. These…

#SourceCon Live Recap: A Little Preview of Spring ERE

David Lee, a speaker at ERE’s spring conference in San Diego on employment branding, joins Gerry Crispin in talking about this month’s event. Find out: The technology topic that surprised us by polling as recruiters’ No. 1 issue What’s keeping recruiting leaders up at night Why some recruiting practitioners are reluctant to share their…

#SourceCon Live at Noon CST: Meet Sean Rehder, Erin Bazinet, Steve Rath, Ronnie Bratcher, and Michael Glenn

Due to technology problems the Hangout stopped broadcasting 7 minutes into the show. We will be back next week. Hopefully Google cooperates :).  SourceCon Live is a weekly Google+ Hangout ON AIR where we discuss all things related to sourcing and recruiting. This week, we’re hanging out with +Sean Rehder, +Erin Bazinet, +Steve Rath, +Ronnie Bratcher, +Michael Glenn, …

SourceCon Speakers Discuss Their Presentation Topics on #SourceCon Live

The February SourceCon event is less than a month away. Today, Gerry Crispin, Master Burnett, Jenn Laub, Cherie Smittle, and Rocky Gonzalez joined us on a Google+ Hangout ON AIR to discuss their presentations. Gerry and Master will be moderating a panel focusing on how sourcing teams at large organizations are utilizing employee…

SourceCon Live with @MissDestructo and @Animal

Today, on SourceCon Live, we were joined by the Recruiting Animal, and Amber Osborne (AKA @missdestructo), of Meshfire. Animal posed an interesting question – Should recruiters and sourcers pay for LinkedIn Recruiter or should they  use personal accounts? Watch the video below to hear what our panelists think about the question. Next week,…

#SourceCon Live Hangout: New Technology and Sourcing Tools Discussion

If you’ve attended one of Dean DaCosta’s lab sessions at SourceCon, you know he always shares great sourcing and recruiting tools. Dean joined us yesterday for the #SourceCon Live Google+ Hangout ON AIR. As usual, he delivered. There were a lot of tweets and comments asking for links to the tools we discussed….

SourceCon Live: Sourcing and Recruiting Predictions for 2014

Late last year, we launched SourceCon Live, a weekly Google+ Hangout ON AIR focusing on sourcing and recruiting. Today, we gathered at noon to discuss what happened in 2013, and what our panelists think will happen in 2014. 2014 predictions from the panelists include: Mark Tortorici: Recruiters will need to be better at…

Video: Find Candidates Without Saying a Word with @marknexus

If you haven’t been attending #SourceCon Live each week on Thursdays at noon central, you’re missing out. It’s a casual discussion between sourcing experts about current topics affecting sourcers and recruiters. We’re able to have 10 people in the hangout with us, others interact with the panel by submitting questions with the Google+…

The Future of Internet Search – A Discussion with Chris Sherman of Search Engine Land – #SourceCon Live

Today at noon, Chris Sherman, a founding editor of Search Engine Land, joined me for a Google+ Hangout ON AIR. Chris is an expert in internet search and will be keynoting at SourceCon Spring 2014 this February. In this 30 minute conversation, we discussed the past, present, and future of internet search and…