Christine Del Castillo

Christine Del Castillo is the former Community Manager at Workable. She wrote about employee experience, talent brands and our event series, Workable Ideas. She tweets @chrissachrissa.

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Blog, Future of work

Three winning recruiting tips from HR Tech World

Last week we covered #HRTechConf from Las Vegas. This week, we're in Paris, bringing you the best of #HRTechWorld. Our three picks from Day One include Hootsuite's mission-driven hiring philosophy, Yves...

Blog, Future of work

HR Tech innovations for finding star employees

On the third and final day of 2015’s HR Technology Conference, the organizers debuted the Ignite format for the closing session, Ideas and Innovations in HR. Today’s three takeaways come from...

Blog, Future of work

HRTech conference: innovative hiring with social recruiting and video

At the HR Technology Conference (#HRTechConf) in Las Vegas, we're keeping a finger on the pulse of  the most innovative hiring practices from the world's top companies. Could these strategies...

Blog, People

5 steps to a better candidate experience in recruitment

Today’s job market is stacked in favor of the talented job seeker. Most of the people you want to hire are not actively looking for work. This, combined with the...

Blog, Recruiting

Where to post job ads — and five reasons to pay

The point of creating a job listing is to get it seen, which comes down to where you post job ads and what job boards you use. Free job boards...

Blog, Recruiting

Recruiting passive candidates: what you need to know

Whether you’re a hiring manager, an internal recruiter or the owner of a small business at some point you’ll be faced with cold calling a candidate. Referrals are great, and...

Blog, Future of work

Top 50 HR Twitterati – 2015

We’ve tuned out the HR noise to bring you the worthwhile voices on Twitter: the real thinkers, the content creators, the powerhouse recruiters, small business leaders, and entrepreneurs. We’ve also...

Posting jobs, Tutorials

The best places to post your job openings

You’ve got a job description that’s compelling, spell-checked and good to go. You could post it on every job board there is (bad idea) or you could save time and...