Posts By Chris IRS Recruiter

Recruitment 411: An Employee’s Story: Darryl Eaton

One of things we enjoy discussing on this blog are the success stories of our employees. Since October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month, it’s perfect time to introduce you to Darryl Eaton. Darryl’s story is just one example of the great things that happen when we celebrate the abilities of all employees. For nearly… Read more »

Recruitment 411: Crafting a Gold Medal Résumé

Julie’s communications colleague, Eric Erickson, is currently writing the Recruitment 411 blog. He lives in Atlanta, where he is currently suffering from Olympic Fever. A quick Google search will turn up hundreds of entries suggesting which words should never be included on your résumé. Experienced, dynamic, team player, and the phrase ‘references available upon request’… Read more »

Recruitment 411: Putting Public Service on the Market

This summer, Julie’s colleague Eric Erickson is writing the ‘Recruitment 411′ blog posts. Eric has worked for the federal government in Atlanta since 2002 — he’s held several different positions, each in communications. Real estate company ERA recently released a report on how to recruit more members of Generation Y. While their focus was on… Read more »

Recruitment 411: Work World Relics – Trusted Tool on Verge of Extinction?

For the month of July, Eric Erickson will be taking over this blog from Julie. Eric is a communications colleague of Julie’s from the IRS Recruitment office. In the last decade, I’ve seen many changes to how we perform work at the IRS – especially when it comes to how we communicate. When I started… Read more »

Recruitment 411: What’s Missing in Today’s World of Online Recruitment?

Today’s guest blogger is Steve Mindel, IRS recruiter for Illinois and Wisconsin. Over the past several months, I have been taking advantage of virtual recruitment resources. These tools have proven to provide a great way to communicate to a wider audience. After taking several months to focus on this new strategy, I realized something was… Read more »