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Fear is the universal candidate experience

Folks have been talking about 'the candidate experience' since, well, forever (although Gerry Crispin certainly had a lot to do with formalizing and focusing on what it really means!). But the employment market has been varied and uneven since I've…

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Caucuses and job boards: a cautionary tale

Did you know the Doctor lives in Iowa? Well...he does. And a few weeks back, he participated in the famous Iowa Caucuses (perhaps for the last time? We shall see). You may have heard there were a few problems. But…

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Names can be useful but misleading things

NOTE: I'm re-upping this post from earlier in the year because: a) it's still relevant; and b) I asked what job boards called themselves in the latest Recruiting Site Trends Survey. Turns out a lot of them call themselves 'job…

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Path to profitability?: a tale of Uber-idiocy

Uber has the distinction of having its company name enter the English language as both a verb and noun: 'Let's uber to the restaurant', and 'We'll grab an Uber'. Like Kleenex and Band-Aid before it, Uber is sliding into the…

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LinkedIn’s new moves

LinkedIn is big - literally. It has more than 15,000 employees in 30+ offices around the world. It has 645 million members in 200 countries. And it's trying some new moves - because it has to. So what's going on?…

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