Recruiting in the Age of Googlization
When the Shift Hits Your Plan
Tried and true recruiting practices aren’t working. Traditional jobs are disappearing, new job categories are emerging, and employment technologies are exploding. Automation of work makes it seem like science fiction is taking over the workplace. Recruiting in the Age of Googlization exposes how exponential change will impact the way work will get done and how organizations must adapt to acquire and retain the talent they need. Book Authority lists it as of the best HR books of all time.
Reviews and Endorsements:
“I absolutely love this book. Ira knocks it out of the park and presents an amazing amount of thought-provoking ideas, concepts, and solutions. Truly a must-read.”
—Jim Walter, Vice President Operations at Catalent Pharma Solutions
“Ira’s scary and astute observations make Recruiting in the Age of Googlization a compelling and thought-provoking read. Anyone who happens to hope to recruit or retain top talent — or get and keep a job — must read, if not memorize, this book”
—Charles Coy, Global Head of Analyst & Community Relations at Cornerstone OnDemand
“I picked up this book expecting it to explain how to better leverage technology in recruiting and how to create a better candidate experience — it delivered on that but it provided much more. The book dives into the questions surrounding what the future of work looks like and explains how companies and their leaders will need to prepare for an uncertain future as the world around us changes constantly and infinitely. Even if you aren’t a recruiter, we can all learn something from this Wolfe in this book.”
—Michael J. Thomas, District Talent Acquisition Partner at Lowe’s Companies, Inc.
“Everything you thought you knew about recruiting has changed. Ira clearly has his finger on the pulse of what it will take to attract and retain top talent in the future.”
—Jeff Hoffman, Chairman of the Board at Global Entrepreneurship Network