Recruiting Innovation Revisited – Day 1 Glassdoor

Well 2012 has certainly been quite a year, there has been a lot going on and this has meant that much as I’ve tried not to, I’ve neglected  my blogging a bit in recent months. I’m going to make writing regularly my top business new year’s resolution for 2013 but in the meantime I thought it would be good to revisit my Recruiting Innovation Series from earlier this year.

One of the undoubtedly highlights of 2012 for me was spending March in and around San Francisco and Silicon valley researching innovation in the recruitment space and interviewing key influencers and practitioners. I recorded 9 interviews altogether and with approximately 9 working days left before Christmas week I thought I would repost one each day between now and then.

First up is the interview I recorded on the first day of the trip (you can hear the jet lag in my voice!) with Samantha Zupan, the Corporate Communications Director of Glassdoor.com. Samantha gave me some fantastic insights into the ethos behind Glassdoor and its users behavior. Will we see them growing further into Europe in 2013?

5 responses to “Recruiting Innovation Revisited – Day 1 Glassdoor

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