(function() { var cookie = 'rebelmouse_abtests='; cookie += '; Max-Age=0'; document.cookie = cookie + '; Path=/; SameSite=None; Secure'; })();
Recently, we announced that we will be hosting weekly Twitter chats on inbound recruiting using the #InboundRecruiting hashtag. The goal of the weekly Twitter chat is to raise awareness about inbound recruiting strategies that help employers attract the right job candidates to their current job openings. This week, we have a very special guest host on the chat! On Wednesday, June 10 at 12pm eastern, join us as Global Talent Acquisition and Human Resources Leader Ed Nathanson discusses inbound recruiting strategies and techniques!

About Our Guest Host

Ed Nathanson helps great companies come to the good side of the force and join the rebel alliance. He has 20 years of experience as a Global Talent Acquisition and Human Resources Leader. Ed has been a speaker many times for LinkedIn Talent Connect Events. He has also been profiled or appeared in publications including: The Boston Globe, CIO.com, Xconomy, Boston Business Journal, Corp Magazine, Recruiter.com, CNBC.com, Wired Magazine, HR Fishbowl, Workopolis, HR Toolbox, Infosec Institute, LinkedIn Talent Blog and others.

Twitter Handle


Chat Hashtag



Wednesday, June 10 @ 12pm eastern


Q1: It seems like every company is on the employment branding wagon these days – how do you position yourself to stand out? #InboundRecruiting Q2: What types of content have been the most successful for you in your campaigns? #InboundRecruiting Q3: To my SMB peeps – which social channels do you find most effective and why? #InboundRecruiting Q4: Everyone seems to have an opinion on how to measure brand success – how do you measure it and why? #InboundRecruiting Q5: Who should own employment brand – marketing or TA – or both? #InboundRecruiting Q6: What are some effective ways you have gotten your employees to act as brand advocates? #InboundRecruiting  
Learn how to land a career you love

For years now, I have seen hustle-culture being glorified, and it frustrates me. The idea of earning respect by overworking yourself isn't healthy. It just isn't. As a small business owner, I fully understand the word hustle. I grind daily. But as human beings, we have limits, so I suggest that we must be intentional with how we hustle.

SHOW MORE Show less