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Compassionate HR Interviews The Recruiting Animal!

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The Recruiting Animal had the first blogtalkradioshow in his industry. As an early adopter of this medium, and of Twitter, he learned how to captivate his audience in a way that few others have rivaled.  How does he does he do this week after week, year after year?  How does he consistently engage the ears of such a daunting audience?  You'll have to tune in to find out.  This episode will be like "The True Hollywood Story" of the man behind the mask, or the puppet avatar.  On Twitter, and on his show, he never reveals his real name, or image.

Who is The Recruiting Animal in real life? That's a story that only he can tell.  Let me tell you this, he's one of the smartest, funniest, crankiest people I know. 

He happens to not just be a recruiter himself, he's also knows a great deal about LinkedIn, Twitter, and how to leverage online networks to source top notch talent for organizations in Canada, and The US.

Known, and even loved for "screaming" at his guests, and callers, he keeps people coming back in droves.  He's like the Howard Stern of the recruiting industry.

So, why would I have such a tough guy on Compassionate HR? Because, behind the gruff exterior is perhaps one of the most helpful people I know.

Many people don't realize just how much @Animal does behind the scenes to help people improve their online profiles (both his colleagues, and job seekers alike).

That's why I like The Recruiting Animal, and it's why I want to share his story with you.

Even though this is an interview format, the phone lines will be open, and we will gladly welcome your questions, and comments!

Let's "Occupy" The Recruiting Animal Show. His show can be heard every Wednesday at Noon Eastern Time.  

This promises to be perhaps the most unusual episodes of Compassionate HR ever!

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