ROWDY RECRUITING AND CAREER SHOW
Audrea Falco, Global Talent Acquisition Operations
Recruiting Manager with experience and success in
- standing-up high volume recruiting functions,
- developing recruiting strategies,
- partnering with leadership and business stakeholders,
- running TA operations,
- working with analytics teams
- Deep expertise managing recruitment in areas such as Technology, Delivery Management, Account Management, Sales, Marketing, Product Development, Consulting, and Corporate Functions.
Henna Merchant Pryor, Recruiting Coach
Executive Coach + Recruitment Trainer. Coaching, Messaging, Strategy, & Development for 6 & 7 figure high achievers.
Patti Yaritz, Recruiter and Sourcer
@DiverCities - LINKEDIN
Sr. Strategic Sourcer
Entire US, Territory Sales, Specialty Sales, Niche Geographies, In demand Technology Skills,
Most recent experience Supply Chain and Logistics 50 person Company to Fortune 510
Specific Industry Energy, Dental, Veterinary, Pharmaceutical, Commercial SaaS
Neil Lebovits, Staffing Industry Trainer
Neil shares the secrets he developed over his 20+ years in the industry
Neil offers back office service for contracting and staffing.
PJ LeDorze, Senior Engineering Recruiter
LINKEDIN - NBC REPORT
Seattle fan PJ LeDorze gave his Sherman jersey to 13-year-old Austin after the boy and his father, Tim McElravy, both die-hard Packers fans, were in the stands surrounded by jubilant Seahawks fans after Seattle beat Green Bay 28-22 to advance to the Super Bowl, NBC station KING 5 reported.
"At the end of the game my son congratulated him on a great game and PJ took off his Sherman Super Bowl Jersey and GAVE it to my son. We were moved to tears," Tim McElravy wrote to the station in a bid to connect with LeDorze.
LeDorze told NBC News that Sherman’s people reached out to him Tuesday with the offer of a swag bag of fan gear. The 35-year-old corporate recruiter for Amazon, who rides horses competitively in his spare time, described himself as "just an average guy" but said he was overwhelmed by the attention his act has received.
He was at the game with his cousin, who has two season tickets, and had been chatting up the McElravys throughout the game. When Austin gave him a hug after the win, "it really moved me," LeDorze said.
Dean Da Costa, Super Sourcer
@DeanDaCosta -- LINKEDIN
Dean is a friendly guy who loves to research sourcing techniques and share his discoveries for free. Everyone in recruiting should be following him. Find all of his secrets on SourcingStuff.com
The hosts are abrupt, abrasive, and downright disrespectful. Great guests but they facilitate terrible interviewers. How do they even have a 2 rating?
What a strange approach to speaking with guests. Screaming and interrupting with an overall aggressive attitude , isn’t productive.
The worst podcast I’ve ever heard