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6: China, Networking and ATS — Jerel Bonner

April 5th, 2019

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In this, China, Networking and ATS episode, I am joined by my guest Jerel Bonner, Managing Partner of Corralling Chaos.  Together we discuss the good, bad and ugly of the candidate journey. 

Hiring Managers should pay special attention to my guest’s suggestions on how to go about building their teams. He also offers job candidates advice on how to go about finding their next great job opportunity. Here’s a hint, it’s doesn’t include applying online.

On April 5, 2019, I aired this episode, making it my 6th full episode since I began this podcast (or any podcast for that matter!) just 3-weeks ago. This week we reached 650 downloads in total for all episodes, so BIG THANKS to everyone that has listened, as well as my 6 guests thus far!

If you like what you hear on this podcast please subscribe and share with others. Want to comment, discuss, provide feedback you can send me a note via LinkedIn, or via the contact form on our website http://www.TheCX.xyz. I thank you in advance for your feedback and hope you enjoy this episode. 


Chuck Solomon, Podcast Host and Cofounder of LineHire.

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