Tag Archives: HR
Posted on 03. Nov, 2009 by John Sumser.
Steve Boese teaches the HR Technology course at RIT. As social media makes its inroads into the halls of corporate HR, Steve is there, experimenting and testing so that he can tell his students what works and what doesn’t. Because there are so few actual instructors in graduate schools, Boese’s impact is disproportionaltely large. It’s [...]
Posted on 06. Oct, 2009 by John Sumser.
By John Sumser Top 100: At the 1/3 point 33 people into the Top 100 list is a good time for a reckoning. I began the process of identifying the industry’s key influencers over five months ago. 145 interviews, 33 profiles, and hundreds of hours later, it’s the one third of the way there. Moving [...]
Posted on 25. Sep, 2009 by John Sumser.
By John Sumser There’s an explosion of tools that try to harness social media for recruiting purposes. One of the most interesting is something called Rapleaf. It’s the product of a guy named Auren Hoffman who is a serial entrepreneur in the Recruiting and Staffing Industry. He’s founded a fistful of companies and successfully sold [...]
Posted on 18. Sep, 2009 by John Sumser.
By John Sumser It’s hard to think of someone in the industry who is better connected than Gerry Crispin. The big company HR guy went from corporate to Ad Agency to author to general networker. Crispin’s influence is felt in the agenda at SHRM, the vast number of young professionals he mentors and the executives [...]
Posted on 10. Jun, 2009 by John Sumser.
By John Sumser Our industry stretches from recruiting on one side to more traditional HR on the other. One part moves at market speeds; the other runs at a conservative pace. One part is an engine of competitive advantage. The other is the hard work that must be done with precision. Like families during the [...]