Periodic Potpourri

Want to know how many requisitions recruiters are dealing with these days? Curious about how recruiting functions are being organized? Anxious about the “big” issues looming out there? If so, you’ll want to take part in this short and simple survey. For some time now I have periodically taken surveys of ERE readers to see what issues are foremost in your minds and to track emerging trends. Now that April has rolled around, it’s time to do it again. In order to make it easy for you to complete this time around, I have put the survey on the web. You can access it by simply clicking on this link or by typing the following into your browsers . It should only take five minutes of your time to complete and will give all of us a more complete picture of what’s happening out there. I will summarize and report on your answers to these survey questions over the next two weeks. Many of the questions will become topics for future columns of mine that will explore the issues in more depth. If you have other ideas for articles, I am always open to suggestions. Just send me an email at

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Kevin Wheeler is a globally known speaker, author, futurist, and consultant in talent management, human capital acquisition and learning & development. He has founded a number of organizations including the Future of Talent Institute, Global Learning Resources, Inc. and the Australasian Talent Conference, Ltd. He hosts Future of Talent Retreats in the U.S., Europe, and Australia. He writes frequently on LinkedIn, is a columnist for, keynotes, and speaks at conferences and events globally, and advises firms on talent strategy. He has authored two books and hundreds of articles and white papers. He has a new book on recruiting that will be out in late summer of 2016. Prior to his current work, he had a 20+year corporate career in several San Francisco area tech and financial service firms. He has also been on the faculty of San Francisco State University and the University of San Francisco. He can be reached at


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