In the words of Eminem: Guess who’s back, back again.
After a brief hiatus to the west coast to watch the future of the workforce graduate from college (warning: it’s scary), I’m back with a guest we all know and love for his digital tool expertise – Dean Da Costa. If there were a Lowes for sourcing and recruiting tools, Dean would be the CEO.
Tools and tech are a constant question in our industry as we increasingly realize that we can’t solely rely on LinkedIn any more. All of the fish just aren’t in that pond and we can’t be either. In that migration away from the machine, I’ve seen more and more recruiters and sourcers posting in recruiting groups on Facebook with questions about this sourcing tool or that and challenges they’re experiencing.
While most of us find a handful of favorite tools and stick with what we know, Dean is constantly testing and trying out new options for sourcing hidden talent. He’s optimizing and organizing, making him everyone’s go-to resource for what’s next in sourcing technology.
This episode of RecruitingLive will be a lot less conversation and a lot more screen share, while we answer your sourcing technology questions live.
Warning: If you’ve ever seen Dean talk tools before, you know he moves quickly. In fact, fast paced is probably an understatement for this maestro. Plan on watching and asking questions during the live event on Friday, then taking notes while you watch the recording.
From Chrome tools to downloads, we’ll go over… well, whatever you want. That’s what RecruitingLive is all about. In case you haven’t attended an event before, you’re missing out. We’re taking the time to answer your questions and coach each other on the things we’ve learned.
See you there?
Katrina Kibben, Director of marketing, RecruitingDaily
For most of Katrina's career, she has been a marketer living in a recruiter's world - listening to both sides of the talent equation to understand endemic issues and conceptualize solutions for engaging and (hopefully) hiring better people.
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