Here is what is going on around the ERE.net world this week:
- On Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. ET over on our sister site, FordyceLetter.com, Shally Steckerl hosts this week’s episode of Fordyce TV. In this episode, Shally will be sharing his best client prospect sourcing tips.
- Sign up for this week’s free webinar taking place on Wednesday at 2:00 p.m. ET – Help Me Help You: How Corporate Recruiting Professionals Can Make Their Hiring Managers Successful, led by John Vlastelica.
- We’ve got a number of though-provoking and useful articles coming up on the site. You’ll hear what Maureen Sharib has to say about talking vs. listening, and what a naked baby has to do with it. Jeremy Eskenazi’s going to weigh in on the ethical debate about whether it’s appropriate to only hire passive candidates, and ignore the unemployed.
- Our Editor-in-Chief Todd Raphael has given the printer the OK to print the September Journal of Corporate Recruiting Leadership. Now on to the October issue, where Erin Peterson, from Hewitt, is currently working on an article about how the company has redone its approach to hiring Hewitt employees. It is changing its branding, website, interviews, assessments, and candidate/manager surveys. Susan Burns is also working on an article about social media recruiting. John Elliott is writing about how executive compensation is changing and what that means to recruiting. And attorney Ron Chapman is doing a piece on hiring (or not hiring) people with tattoos and piercings.
- Hard to believe, but ERE Expo 2009 Fall is less than three weeks away and time is running out to reserve your spot. Returning for the third time to the Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa in Hollywood, FL from September 9 – 11, this year’s agenda once again features new speakers and cutting edge topics. Remember to use product code FL09ERE when registering to secure your $200 ERE subscriber discount.
Have a great week, and please leave any questions you have in the comments below.
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