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About Pete Radloff

Pete Radloff has been in the talent acquisition industry since 2000, with experience in both agency and corporate settings. Pete’s passion stretches across several areas of talent acquisition, including recruitment and sourcing, social media, employment branding, recruitment operations and the training and mentoring of recruiters. Pete has worked for high-growth organizations such as comScore and LivingSocial. In addition to recruiting top talent both in the U.S. and abroad for these companies, Pete has developed successful recruitment frameworks, recruitment processes and procedures, and enhancements to the candidate experience to enhance employer brand. He has experience in recruitment systems selection and implementation, including vendor selection. Social Media has also been a significant part of Pete’s experience as well. He has worked on developing social media and employment brand strategy, site selection, content planning and execution, and metrics. His relationship-driven models have resulted in better candidate engagement, brand visibility and reach, as well as increased candidate flow. Being part of the local recruiting community in DC has always been important to Pete. He has been on the board of directors for recruitDC since 2010, and has also been a speaker at several recruitDC events. Originally from New York, Pete is an avid New York sports fan and lives in Northern Virginia with his wife and 2 children. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the State University of New York, and holds several AIRS Certifications.

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How To Do Pre-Interview Research

How To Do Pre-Interview Research

One of the first questions I ask any candidate who is applying for a role with our company is “Why are you interested in working here?” I use this question, not as an ego trip of “tell me why we’re so good”, but rather to see how much the...
Why Giving Notice Matters

Why Giving Notice Matters

Welcome to 2015, and another year of unlimited possibilities and opportunities. Among these opportunities, for many people, landing a new job is by far one of the most exhilarating feelings one can experience. With this new job so many possibilities are abound: a...
Respect is Reciprocal

Respect is Reciprocal

There’s quite a bit of chatter about candidate experience these days, and rightfully so. For far too long, candidates would be treated more like a number or a task than a human being, in essence, it’s about respect. However that has begun to change, and...
Got an Interview? Read This.

Got an Interview? Read This.

Short of getting an offer, getting the call or email to schedule a phone interview is one of the best feelings one can have in their job search. It means you’ve made it through the first hurdle of having your resume reviewed. And it’s an important step...
The New Candidate Driven Marketplace

The New Candidate Driven Marketplace

In what has shifted to a very clear candidate-driven market, candidates have more opportunity for choice among the offers they are fielding. At a quick glance, this is great news for those who have been slogging through a difficult last few years. Since the recession...
What does your resume say about you?

What does your resume say about you?

I get to look through a lot of resumes in my line of work. I know, I know, you are jealous. Who wouldn’t want to look through thousands of resumes every day? Especially when they are filled with people who are qualified, or those who couldn’t hold a job for more than...
Why Mentors Matter

Why Mentors Matter

I consider myself fortunate to have had some great bosses over the years. Even when I was 18 or 19 and working for a large telecom company during the summers, I had someone that I felt was looking out for me and would “show me the way”. But good bosses...
Finding Your Career Path

Finding Your Career Path

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” Remember that? I hated being asked that question. Granted, I disliked it most when I was in my teens, because well, what teen wants to think about that? And when I was a kid, I was sure I was going to hoist the...

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