Linkedin Talent Connect 2011:Dave Mendoza & Informatica Finalists in All 3 Categories! Please Vote! http://bit.ly/
My friends at Six Degrees, I am writing to you with joyous news and a small favor to ask!
Today Finalists were publicized concerning Recruiting Award Categories to be announced at the LinkedIn Talent Connect Conference in Las Vegas (Oct 17-19).
It is with great pleasure that I can announce today that my deliverables and my client, Informatica, are officially FINALISTS for each of the three categories
* Recruiting Innovation: Dave Mendoza, Informatica
* Recruiting Organization: Informatica
* Talent Hunter: Andy Short, Informatica
If you can create an account today on the site and vote on behalf of our cause if you deem it deserving we would be most grateful! We are hoping you would lend your support and vote for us at bit.ly/n4YgL6
THE RULES: “The competition is set, as we move into the voting process. Your goal is to obtain as many crowd-source votes as possible from your network (within your company, co-workers, hiring leaders, vendors, etc.). In addition to the judging panel, Talent Connect attendees will also be invited to vote.”
Also PLEASE TWEET as follows:
@davemendoza & Informatica nominated for LinkedIn Talent Connect 2011 Recruiting Award. Lend your support & vote! bit.ly/n4YgL6
See Description of Innovation Below:
LinkedIn Talent Connect AWARDS FINALIST – “Recruiting Innovation”
By Dave Mendoza
“Informatica’s talent acquisition strategy emphasizes competitive intelligence (CI) mapping and how it can translate findings into actionable sourcing channels. CI findings are cataloged into a streamlined and simplified library that can be easily shared with stakeholders to act as a decision making aid. Major corporations that invest in developing deep and highly organized CI libraries focus on product marketing objectives. Talent acquisition objectives are seldom afforded such order and precision. Informatica has developed an intuitive approach that combines CI with subject matter expertise, product line and social media ecosystems in mind.”