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Joe Stubblebine
King of Prussia, PA
Entrepreneur | Social Media Enthusiast | Online Recruitment Products Expert
Interests: resumes, technology, mobile, job boards, recruiting, social media, online advertising, blogging, sales, sales management, operations
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The Recruitment technology ecosystem is changing, and it was more than evident based on the 286 interesting companies who displayed their wares at the recent HRTech event in Las Vegas earlier this month. Retargeting, Cost-Per-Applicant models, HR analytics...HR is catching... Continue reading
Posted Oct 21, 2014 at EmploymentMetrix.com
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A call from a client; an unhappy one. After a quick glance, it's clear we did our job; it was the customer's perceptions that were wrong. How do you delicately and respectfully handle bad expectations? Continue reading
Posted Jul 17, 2014 at EmploymentMetrix.com
Ok, so we’re a global superpower. We’re home to some of the biggest and brightest technical minds on the planet. And yet we can’t build a web site that allows people to sign up to a government-required program? Sorry, I digress. Continue reading
Posted Mar 31, 2014 at EmploymentMetrix.com
In his recent interview with the Recruitment Advisor Blog, Rich Milgram, Beyond.com's Founder & CEO, discusses how people need to focus more on career management, not just finding the next job. And companies shouldn't hire just to fill seats. Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2014 at EmploymentMetrix.com
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Gamifcation has been a hot topic for a while, and with the advent of games disguised as personality tests, it's now making it's way into the recruitment process. Continue reading
Posted Feb 25, 2014 at EmploymentMetrix.com
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As 2013 comes to a close and we look towards 2014, overall signs of changes to the employment marketplace indicate that there may be a better picture for workers in 2014. But, upon closer inspection, the results appear to be mixed. Continue reading
Posted Dec 18, 2013 at EmploymentMetrix.com
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Mr. Shally Steckerl is often credited with being one of the founding fathers of the Talent Sourcing specialization within Recruitment and Human Resources. He's known as the Jedi master of all things recruiting and sourcing, and he's recently spewed out his vast knowledge into 488 pages of pure sourcing joy with his new book, The Talent Sourcing & Recruiting Handbook. Continue reading
Posted Nov 21, 2013 at EmploymentMetrix.com
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Seventy-two billion dollars: that’s what corporations spend to find, hire and manage talent. That’s a lot of money. And there’s literally tens of thousands of job boards, ATSs, CRMs and RPOs out there that are clamoring for a piece of the pie. LinkedIn has risen as a major player. but, the game is far from over. Facebook is quietly continuing to blur the lines between personal and professional. And now, with Facebook Skills, they’ve inched just a little bit further into LinkedIn territory. Continue reading
Posted Sep 24, 2013 at EmploymentMetrix.com
It's that time of year again, and the fall conference season is about to get into full swing. We've compiled this list of the major industry conferences to give you an easy-to-read snapshot on what's going on out there. If... Continue reading
Posted Aug 29, 2013 at EmploymentMetrix.com
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When it comes to buying job postings, companies are just now starting to dip their toes in the Cost-Per-Click (CPC) water, but is CPC-based job advertising really better than the traditional bulk-buy and all you-can-post-models? Continue reading
Posted Aug 20, 2013 at EmploymentMetrix.com
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In the ecosystem of online recruitment products & services, there’s been a lot of buzz around the use of smart phones for job search, and most of the major career sites have invested in mobile offerings. But true innovation in mobile—game changing innovation in how employers connect with candidates—is pretty lacking. Continue reading
Posted Jul 22, 2013 at EmploymentMetrix.com
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Back in the 90’s, as the dizzying array of local, niche, and industry-specific job boards and career sites began crowding the market, the process of researching, buying, managing, optimizing, and tracking job postings could be cumbersome, however, and threatened to divert recruiters from their core focus fulfilling the organization’s hiring demands. Thus came the world of Job Advertisement Distribution (JADs). Continue reading
Posted Jul 2, 2013 at EmploymentMetrix.com
Ken, great points, thanks for your comments. Beyond.com has over 35 million members, with 1+ million new members joining monthly. We've been in business since 1998 (and I hope for many more decades to come). Our effort to create a visual portfolio was not to replace a traditional resume, but to supplement it with a tool that provides people with the ability to present themselves online in a more stimulating way. The industry is slow to change, and applicant tracking systems still require a text resume or word doc, which is why we still provide for a text version that recruiters can quickly cut and paste into their ATS\CRM. The innovation is exciting! Clearly people want a better way to represent themselves online...there's a really great Pintrest page assembled by Randy Krum that has over 200+ examples of resume infographics here: http://pinterest.com/rtkrum/infographic-visual-resumes/.
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As the world continues to capitalize on the explosive use of mobile devices by building apps that make you look pretty or help you make your friends look fat, innovation in HR space is no different. Two recent tools to hit the scene are hoping to help HR professionals better gauge the mood of their employees, but are they just a poor replacement for being a good manager? Continue reading
Posted May 6, 2013 at EmploymentMetrix.com
Ben, I don't think there's any downside to having multiple profiles for yourself, other than the time and labor of having to update them all as your skills & experience change. Maybe just stick with two or three? The more information that you provide online about yourself, the higher the probability that you'll be found by recruiters and people that may want to network with you. It's also great food for search engines.
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In the age of social media, your personal brand is king. You are the sales person for yourself. And the cacophony of available self-publishing, self-branding, self-broadcasting tools is exhaustive and overwhelming. Every day, a new social network pops up or some new-fangled job search site promises to make your job search quick, painless, and easy. And yet, most job seekers still must rely on a few pages of largely unformatted resume copy to get noticed. But times are changing. Continue reading
Posted Apr 4, 2013 at EmploymentMetrix.com
Joe Stubblebine is now following Julie Shenkman
Feb 25, 2013
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Released in Beta in January, 2013, Graph Search is Facebook’s new people search tool. The name isn't very sexy, but what it can do for recruiters, marketers, and those of you looking to troll Facebook to find a date is actually pretty powerful. Almost scary. Continue reading
Posted Feb 25, 2013 at EmploymentMetrix.com
Joe Stubblebine is now following The Typepad Team
Feb 19, 2013