Jim Stroud – Resume Forensics and Sourcing

This weeks webinar I’m delighted to be joined by Jim Stroud talking about Sourcing and Recruitment. Jim is Director of Sourcing and Social Strategy at Bernard Hodes Group, he’s a world famous Sourcer, Conference Speaker and Blogger. He has recently written a book on finding passive candidates on Google called ‘Resume Forensics’ and produces some of the most popular recruitment/sourcing videos on YouTube.

Jim is possibly best known for his YouTube videos as I was delighted when he offered to edit the recording of our conversation. As you can see above, the production quality is significantly better than any of the other videos I’ve produced to date so its clear that I have a lot to learn for the future.

If you want to see why Jim has such a popular YouTube channel just watch his last video.

Jim Book, ‘Resume Forensics‘, is a quick and easy guide to finding free resumes and passive candidates on the web. It is written and designed for the short attention span of recruiters, sourcers and the companies that employ them.

In this book you will learn:

What you should do prior to sourcing resumes online.
Why you should use more than one search engine
How to find free resumes on Google
How to find free resumes on Yahoo
How to find free resumes on Bing
Secret search commands that are exclusive to Google
How to build resume search strings for finding candidates
How to find resumes your competition has overlooked
How to use Google resources to find passive candidates
Research data relevant to resume sourcing and lead generation of passive candidates
Strategies on how to manage your sourcing research
And more…

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2 comments on “Jim Stroud – Resume Forensics and Sourcing
  1. employAstar says:

    That was a great article .Thanks for sharing.

  2. Beui Zabel says:

    Savvy discussion ! I Appreciate the information ! Does someone know where my company can find a sample a form version to fill out ?

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