Do you specialize in Sourcing, Recruiting, or HR? Take our survey and get the credit you deserve!

Recruiting teams are evolving.  People are still at the core of delivering value and the onset of decent technology is forcing practitioners to find a unique value in the field.  A simple breakdown of talent operation functions:

Within each of these functions are specialized tasks that align to your roles.

We want to ensure we have listed every important category for specialized work happening inside your HR, Recruiting, and Sourcing group so we can add it to our job marketplace for contractors in the talent operation community. 

We really need your help and especially, your personal feedback.

If you have two minutes, I’d really appreciate it if you were able to complete this specialization survey about the specialized work that you do every day.  This will help us create the right categories of work which will allow us to introduce more work assignments and projects for you to post and get help on or for you to do the work yourself.  

Survey Link:


James Chmielinski is a second generation recruiting veteran, former baseball player, and founder of, the first ever recruiting innovations lab. His company is built from two generations of sales and recruiting experience resting on the backbone of post-millennial technology. 

Last year, Find (Mr. Chmielinski’s inaugural software) attracted 178 active users in 114 cities from 17 countries.

This year, James created largest recruiting community on slack called "Recruiting Innovators", a hub-spot for recruiting jobs, networking, news, and best practices. 

His latest project, SourcingTalent.Cloud (, is scheduled for a pilot program release within the quarter.

James aims to make life easier for sourcing and recruiting teams and hopes to achieve this by developing an innovation lab where teams convert the best ideas into products.


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December 1, 2016 at 05:05AM