Jamie Leonard is a stalwart of our industry, having worked at Monster, Fish4 and Ladders he really understands the world of job boards. Today, Jamie runs a cool business called Reconverse, the model is beautifully simple; he finds great speakers, gets 15 senior HR and Recruiting people to attend for a day (no cost) and then he gets 10/15 vendors into the room and they get 15 minutes to speed pitch.
Those attending meet 15 vendors in one go, huge time saving, they get a great lunch, a top speaker and time to network – it’s awesome!
We were looking for someone to moderate the user panel at The Job Board Summit 2015 – Europe and who better than someone who every month hears the challenges that In-House Recruiters face? Jamie kindly also agreed to give an insightful interview for all of our readers as well. Continue reading “Jamie Leonard: In-house recruiters, trends and the future of job boards”
Today, as MI becomes a key part of the HR and Recruiting industry (and as more and more data becomes available as a by-product), key decisions can be made based on hard facts. However, one key issue remains is the ability of many in our industry to interpret that data.
In this blog we share some key industry data that has been collected by JobisJob’s Job Market Insights. Continue reading “JobisJob: Insights into the French Market”
Colin Minto is Group Head of Resourcing Strategy and HR Systems at G4S, the world’s third largest private employer with 630,000+ employees. Colin has operated in the Recruiting, Job Board and HR Technology world for 17 years, including a spell at the Recruitment and Employment Confederation. Over the last five years Colin has transformed the way G4S recruits globally. He has been instrumental in developing new tools to support these changes and has built a true ‘social approach’ to recruiting and candidate engagement.
Colin kindly allowed me to interview him and his answers are insightful. Continue reading “Colin Minto – The recruiting frontline at G4S”