How to make video job descriptions (and why you should be producing your own) is the topic when Jim Stroud interviews Will Staney of VMware and investigates how they are successfully using video job descriptions to recruit active and passive candidates online. If you are not using video job descriptions in your recruitment strategy, no doubt you will consider it after this episode of The Jim Stroud Show. At the very least, video job descriptions are an employer branding opportunity your company cannot afford to miss. Download the show notes at: http://www.scribd.com/doc/75619563
Facebook or LinkedIn? Which is better to recruit with, my dear? When it comes to advertising, Twitter says you can have it your way. How is this for a cool recruiting strategy? Solve an online puzzle and you get to apply for a spy job for the British government. All this, plus Jim Stroud goes hip hop, if only for a moment, on this episode of The Jim Stroud Show. (Links to the stories covered are below.
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Jim Stroud chats with Michael Marlatt about mobile recruiting. Specifically, they discussed companies sending text messages to passive candidates. The photographs in the show were taken by Stephen Renney. Download the show notes: http://www.scribd.com/doc/74396806
Microsoft’s SOCL is a social search / social networking site that (at this writing) is in closed beta. Jim Stroud discusses what he knows about SOCL and explores his feelings about another social network. Be sure to download the show notes for links to all of the stories cited in this episode and more: http://www.scribd.com/doc/73323542
Bank of America was brandjacked on Google Plus! Tune in to see what Google doesn’t want you to know. Can you imagine if this hapenned to your employer brand? Owch! Download the show notes for links to the stories covered in this episode. http://www.scribd.com/doc/72875561