A powerful two-minute read for all the desk recruiters out there. 12 tips. Each no longer than 10 words. Will lead you to fun and money.
— Read on gregsavage.com.au/2016/09/20/12-crucial-recruiter-tips-in-10-words-or-less/
Demand for cybersecurity professionals at all levels is accelerating in the face of increasingly volatile global data security condition. But the talent pool remains limited and difficult to access. With cybercrime draining more than $445 billion from the global economy, International Data Corporation (IDC) has forecast that this market will present a $101 billion opportunity
Source: Hacking the Cybersecurity Talent Shortage | Hunt Scanlon Media
The interesting thing about this article is the fact that the strategies and ideas that the author suggests when trying to recruit cybersecurity pros are strategies that you should be using/considering when recruiting any hard to fill role when the talent pool is as tight as it is right now.
If you are not thinking outside the box and being proactive in your recruiting efforts you are going to be on the losing end time after time.
The game has changed in a big way. It is a talent driven market these days and that is not changing anytime soon.
Awoken from a nice long afternoon nap, the old crocodile glanced at the young crocodile with one of his reptilian eyes, said nothing and then fell back asleep atop the water. Feeling frustrated and…
— Read on medium.com/swlh/the-power-of-doing-nothing-at-all-73eeea488b8b
A really good read!!!
Customers, influencers and competitors should all be part of your network. You read that right: even competitors.
— Read on www.entrepreneur.com/article/314267Building Relationships is the key to everything in life!!! Why people insist that technologies will replace human interaction and make relationships, true and genuine relationships, unnecessary or meaningless is asinine to me!! People want to and need to connect to other people on an intimate and emotional level. Its how we are wired as human beings. Its never going to change or go away!! It just isn’t!!
Ford and Vanderbilt are looking at what causes phantom jams, and we figure out why lane expansion isn’t really successful.
— Read on www.cnet.com/roadshow/news/traffic-talk-ford-vanderbilt-2018/
In my opinion the paragraph that mentions ramp metering etc is the key.
The fact that people don’t know how to merge, or others won’t let them merge, or my favourite, those that believe that moving a lane over so that they don’t have to “let” someone merge cause that .000001 second it takes to do so is worth cutting someone else off in the lane next to them so they don’t have to let someone merge are the causes of traffic jams etc.
Fix the “merge problem” and you will solve the traffic problem.
Let’s get real. Candidates are not an online commodity. Some people would have you believe they are. LinkedIn for one. Freelancer.com and their ilk too. Oh yes, you can identify talent via digital. But actually recruiting someone you have ‘found’ is a whole different matter. It’s a romance. A seduction. And that is where the magic happens. Technology will never replace recruitment.
— Read on gregsavage.com.au/2014/06/03/candidates-are-not-an-online-commodity/
So much truth in this article it’s not even funny!!!