One of the most reliable indicators of quality of hire is the ever-elusive concept of “fit,” but accurately predicting whether or not a candidate actually clicks with your culture can be exceedingly difficult. Even for employers and recruiters actually able to objectify such a seemingly subjective concept, finding the right candidate for your company’s core […]
Archive for April, 2009
As if we don’t already have enough to distract us from our day jobs. Micro Blogging has really taken over the social media space this past year with Twitter growing at some 1300% with personal users. But how can corporations, especially global operations communicate in an effortless, meaningful way sharing workspaces, files and real time Twitter like updates?
Internet search enthusiasts are craving new opportunities to delve deeper into the world of search. I recently spoke with Gary Clarke of Wolfram Alpha to learn about the new Alpha search engine that claims to have changed search forever. Take a read on True Semantic/Natural Language search.
So, Twitter has hit the mainstream, recruiters have certainly picked up on it and it’s been a solid source of prospects for me both from a sales and sourcing perspective. I’m an avid user of Tweetdeck but I need more. How can I search specific targets and demographics and be sure that my return will be meaningful?