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Talent Topic Compilation 2013 Edition

It’s that time again to bid farewell to another year. Before we race in to the new year, here’s a rear view look at 25 of the talent topics touched upon in 2013. Please feel free to provide feedback and share your favorites with those in your network who might benefit. Wishing everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous 2014!



Wishing all good luck in the new year – praying mantis —

 Some of the worst job search advice EVER —

Hidden reality of hidden jobs —

Job searching can be a crappy process, don’t make it worse —

Not all diversity looks like demographic diversity –

Greatest job seeker gripes (about recruiters) —

Learning how stuff works is YOUR job —

Not all unlucky numbers are bad —

Can you train a monkey to do your job?

Maybe it’s April Fool’s Day everyday for job candidates —

Who decided that 80% of jobs are not posted? —

What happens when clueless people become recruiters? —

Companies say they want to hire for certain traits, yet end up selecting something else —

Overly restrictive job requirements —

Recruiters that are crazy, lazy, or both —

Job search version of 20 questions —

Age old issue of old age (and discrimination) —

Shedding light on the stigma of job hopping —–kelly-blokdijk/maybe-you-should-withhold-that-job-hopper-judgment/

#1 reason for resume rejection —

Opposite of good employer branding —

No need to settle for terrible HR —

Is it necessary information or an interview question? —

We all know what they say about assumptions —

Everyone believes they know how to pick the best person for the job

Caring enough to cook up creative content —

 Talent Topic Compilation Edition 2013 Articles by Kelly Blokdijk

Kelly Blokdijk on Twitter @TalentTalks

Publication sources include:

TalentTalks Talent Optimization Blog

Recruiting Blogs Dot Com

TLNT Dot Com

Electronic Recruiting Exchange – ERE Dot Net

Bulls Eye Recruiting via


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