Yannick Holton

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Sourcing Tools Every Sourcer Needs In 2017

One of my favorite parts of each year is evaluating tools. My other favorite part is using them. These were some of my top tools last year, and all …

Human Resources

Why (and How) HR Needs to Act More Like Marketing

At this point, we all know that company culture plays a pivotal role in companies hurtling into out digital transformations. This is particularly true for the marketing department, which is changing at such a break-neck pace that marketing success now depends heavily on support from HR to identify …

Talent Sourcing in the Digital Era: Talent Sourcing Is So Much More Than Boolean

Talent sourcing in the digital era continues to evolve and become more specialized. A decade ago, talent sourcers took leadership in social media and …

Marketing

[2017] Social Media Image Sizes Cheat Sheet

Marketing and Promoting Your Content on Social Media<p>Here we’ll cover all the aspects of this platform how to use for all of your marketing and …

Marketing

Five Traits Of The New CHRO

Last week I got to play DJ and spin some great examples of the new kind of HR leader. In a few days, along with some 15,000 others, I’ll hit Vegas for SHRM 2015. We’re not in the desert to debate <i>whether</i> the HR ecosystem is changing — we know the answer to that one. Nor are we there to learn to love …

Leadership

The History of Talent Acquisition… and How it Can Help in Modern HR

Talent acquisition is nothing new. As far back as the days of Ancient Rome, historians can identify examples of job recruiting, employee offers, even …

Ancient Rome

19 interview questions that are designed to trick you

But while they may seem simple — that's the point — some are actually designed to get you to reveal information you may have been trying to conceal. In other words: they're trick questions.<p>"To uncover areas that may reflect inconsistencies, hiring managers sometimes ask these tricky questions," …

Employment