My interest was piqued this week by an intriguing article written by Dr John Sullivan, entitled The End of Sourcing is Near….the Remaining Recruiting Challenge is Selling. It’s a well written and in places quite convincing article whose main arguments are that: Now that most people have an on-line presence of some description, sourcing is [...]
Our New Least Favourite Word: “Candidate”. And why you’re really a job-seeker, a job-peeker or a job-keeper instead.
Introducing our two new product: Expertise Identification and Expertise Pipelining: both offering you access to the expertise you need whilst avoiding hefty introduction fees.
Replacing the word talent with the word expertise.
Just knocked together a search tool to find profiles on Mendeley.com, the social network that allows academics to share journals and papers. Very useful when looking for very clever people. Enjoy.
We explore the concept of the Talent Paradox: the fact that the vast majority of talent identification activity is focussed on a tiny percentage of the available content. And we explain what we mean when we talk about open and closed web search.
In the land of people search, Bing definitely has some interesting features that set it aside from Google. One of my favourites is the “contains” operator, which allows you to search for pages that contain links to particular types of file.
How to solve the problem of search query length when running complex people-finding searches on Google.