Susanna Frazier is an innovative Talent Acquisition Leader that’s “Fluent in Business, Talent, & Technology.” She’s an International Speaker, HR Tech Advisor, Founder of Sourcers Who Code… & the first ever two-time SourceCon Hackathon Champ! Susanna has an IT Staffing Recruitment foundation and focused experience in cutting-industries like digital media, entertainment, & technology. She’s carved out a niche for building corporate Strategic Sourcing functions from the ground up − and is currently doing so at Universal Music Group, the world's leading music company.
Angie Verros is the founder of Vaia Talent….As a former talent acquisition leader at several high growth organizations in Chicago She Brings a unique combination of successful recruiting leadership coupled with talent brand and operations experience to her role as sourcer, trainer and consultant to employers. Angie is a frequent speaker on the recruiting circuit. You can hear her at the upcoming RecruitCon event in Nashville but today she is on RecTech to discuss compelling content for candidates (aka Subject Lines to use).
Shannon Pritchett is the editor of SourceCon. As a lifelong student in the recruitment industry, Shannon is passionate about improving it. She has a diverse background in training, sourcing, full desk recruiting, coaching, and journalism. in this episode of RecTech she reviews their recent event in Las Vegas, talks about sourcing and previews whats ahead for Sourcecom in Budapest.
Today’s guest is ...Dean Da Costa...Dean is a Strategic Sourcing and Research Technologist at a Fortune 100 company in the Seattle area. A decorated veteran and recognized sourcing expert with more than 20 years of experience, he currently writes The Search Authority, one of the most influential blogs in the business.
A frequent speaker on the recruiting conference circuit, His insight and knowledge (particularly of technology) has made Dean one of the top sourcers and full cycle recruiters in the business today.
Let’s start with the recent Linked User Agreement changes which is causing a lot of uproar among your fellow recruiters and the various Chrome Extensions they use...can you explain what it says and what that means for recruiters/vendors?
Does it affect every extension on the market that uses LI in some way?
You say InMails are a waste of time...why? What’s your open rate?
What ATS do you currently use? Taleo, Luxo, Smashfly
How much do you spend on these tools each month?
What has been your biggest win so far this year from a sourcing standpoint? (tell a candidate hiring story)
When it comes to vendors pitching you...what are they doing wrong? How should they approach people like you?