SourceCon Introduces – The Wonderful World Of Chrome Extensions – Volume 2

It’s obvious that most recruiters and sourcers have a love affair for sourcing tools. Why wouldn’t we enjoy a shortcut or a little assistance in finding information faster? There has been a high demand for sourcing tools and extensions. Many sourcing tools come and go, yet the market is undoubtedly hot for any extension that enables us to better communicate with candidates.

SourceCon is pleased to partner with the Dean Da Costa, the human encyclopedia for all things “tool-related,” to produce a series of e-books into the wonderful world of Chrome extensions. Each month, we will release a new volume featuring eight Chrome extensions that Da Costa recommends you download and enable for more efficient sourcing.

Each Chrome extension will be dissected, reviewed and rated by Da Costa. If an extension renovates or retires, we will keep you refreshed in the report with our next regularly scheduled volume. Da Costa will be working vigorously on overtime to make sure our community is informed on the best extensions available for recruiters and sourcers.

You can catch Da Costa in person at the upcoming 2017 Spring SourceCon Conference, “We Control the Robots.” Da Costa will be running our ever popular sourcing tools roundtable session and will be leading our rehabilitated innovation labs with Ronnie Bratcher.

Article Continues Below

Click here to download volume two of SourceCon’s Wonderful World of Chrome Extensions. Ironically, you need to disable (or pause) your Chrome AdBlock to download this e-book.

Volume one can be found here.

Dean Da Costa has more than 16 years of staffing/recruiting experience in Fortune 100 companies. He was recently named the single "most online influential recruiter."

Shannon Pritchett is the editor of SourceCon. As a lifelong student in the recruitment industry, Shannon is passionate about improving it. Shannon has a diverse background in training, sourcing, international recruitment, full desk recruiting, coaching, and journalism. Shannon got her start in the recruitment industry at Vanderbilt University and later worked as a Senior Recruiter for Internal Data Resources and Community Health Systems, Social Media Recruitment Ambassador for T-Mobile USA, Director of Recruiting for Moxy, Trainer with AIRS, and last as a Manager of Global Sourcing and Training for ManpowerGroup Solutions RPO.