The internet, magazines and even the backs-of-cereal-boxes are filled with inspirational messages, stories and exhortations. Quotes abound as HR bloggers, career coaches and life style experts share words of encouragement:
“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” Les Brown
“11 Reasons Why You Should Dream Big” Robert
It goes both ways of course; candidates seek information on a prospective employer AND companies search for nuggets of digestible content on a new hire.
LinkedIn profiles are examined and mined not only for information but also for contacts, connections and leads. Various and assorted chrome extensions are added to the recruiters’ toolkit and every
I belong to numerous Facebook groups filled with members who are sourcers, recruiters, HR folks, techies, and assorted “talent” pundits. At least once per month, I swear to you, a lengthy thread emerges when someone posts something along the line of “do you still want to receive cover letters from candidates?”
People get riled