Top 10 Pics and Tips from 2012 HR and Recruiting Events

Kevin Studer,

Dice appreciates that so many of you shared your tricks of the trade with us at HR and recruiting events this year. Check out the most-viewed advice from your colleagues and get your thinking cap on for 2013.

Improve the Candidate Experience

David Spark,

Do a deep dive into improving the candidate experience with Sarah White, Gerry Crispin and John Sumser. Set aside a little time in your busy week to watch this in-depth discussion.

18 Expert Tips to Get Started in Social Recruiting

David Spark,

We don’t have to tell you social recruiting is important. But if you’re still looking for a little help getting off the ground, here’s some expert advice for beginners from the industry’s best.

90 Reasons for Success at SHRM12

Terry Starr,

13,000 HR professionals and recruiters. 90+ bloggers. 3 days, 1 hot city. Dice was astounded at the impact we made in Atlanta, thanks to you and SHRM’s guest bloggers.

20 Top Tips to Recruit Passive Candidates

David Spark,

How do you find passive candidates, approach them, get your company on their radar, and ultimately recruit them? We asked hiring industry experts for their best advice.

Social Media is Here to Stay, Thanks to #SHRM12


There’s a New Normal in the world of social HR. Thanks to Dice and SHRM providing a non-intimidating learning environment, late social adopters no longer see Twitter as taboo. –By Elizabeth Lalli-Reese

#SHRM12 Review From HR’s Top Bloggers

Kevin Studer,

At SHRM’s Annual Conference, Dice hosted and engaged with key industry bloggers in the #DiceLounge and #TheHive. See what the HR Blogger community had to say, and join the conversation.

SHRM12: Think and Be Social with Meghan M. Biro

Meghan Biro,

@MeghanMBiro, founder of Talent Culture and HR blogger extraordinaire, says SHRM 2012 should inspire you to build talent communities, focus on retention and interject your brand into the HR mix.

Social Recruiting: No Question Is Dumb at #SHRM12

David Spark,

You may already be social media-savvy, but odds are that you could probably use some help. See what your colleauges asked about in The Hive, SHRM’s safe space for “dumb” questions at their Annual Conference.