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Today on SourceCon Live we were joined by Andres Traslavina, Senior Global Recruiter with Whole Foods Market in Austin, TX. We discussed his background and what it is like to source and recruit for a “conscious company” like Whole Foods Market.

As usual, towards the end of the hangout, we transitioned to a casual conversation among sourcing and recruiting practitioners.

After speaking with Andres this week, I added Conscious Capitalism and Tribes to the list of books I want to read.

Enjoy the Hangout!

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Originally published at on November 20, 2014.

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Let’s pause for a minute from the analyzing of the election in the U.S. to take a look at — what else? — more recruiting startups.

Read on:

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In the post, The 8 Most Annoying Comments Sourcers Hear From Recruiters, I mentioned that to minimize the tensions between sourcers and recruiters, leaders should establish very clear role definitions and a service level agreement (SLA) for all parties involved in the recruiting process.

This document will be different for every organization, but should serve as a guide for all parties to know where the sourcers’ responsibilities stop, and the recruiters’ responsibilities start. …


Jeremy Roberts

Husband | Dad x3 | VP, Customer Experience at HiringSolved | Recruiting & Sourcing Pro | Coffee Lover | Certified Personal Trainer (NASM-CPT)

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