implementation and management of virtual teams,virtual work or community-based work
Course development, Online and offline programs, webinars, one-one-one coaching
Consistent,Persistent,Engaging. Community architect and manager for closed or open online communities.
DIGITAL TOOLS & TECHNOLOGIES
Genie in Websites, Mobisites, Google Apps,Social Media, SEO, SEM
HELLO, I AM UTE GASS
THANK YOU FOR VISITING MY WEBSITE.CONTACT ME IF YOU NEED MY SKILLS!
Ute Gass was born in the heart of the Cape Winelands, Western Cape (South Africa) and currently lives in Berlin,Germany.She is visionary, creative, with proven success, and has held leadership positions in recruitment and skills development industry.She is an internet guru and passionate about leveraging online technologies and tools for business success.She is a citizen of both Germany and South Africa and is fluent (both written and spoken) in English,German,Afrikaans. Find me on LinkedIN
WHAT I HAVE LEARNED
I consider myself a lifelong learner and am constantly learning, mostly about new technologies and business efficiencies.I hold Diploma’s in Marketing and Human Resources and various Certificates relating to HR and Web technologies…. READ MORE
WHERE I HAVE WORKED
Facebook Marketing Expert
July 2018 – present
Optimising Facebook Ad campaigns for Companies and small business. Messenger Marketing and chatbot services.
Owner/Manager of Wordpress Genie Digital Services
Previously Ute GassHR – Recuitment/RemoteWorkers/ Training…
Online marketing, Facebook Ad Campaigns and Improving RETURN ON AD SPEND.
End-to-end recruitment of permanent, temporary and remote staff
Research and implementation of sourcing strategies.
Developing and managing candidate pipelines.
Leveraging technology tools.
Dynamic communicator, learning program developer, public speaker and facilitator with captivating presentation skills… READ MORE
WHAT FASCINATES ME.
I like to understand how things work.I like to spot trends and formulate opportunities in the now.Other than technology and business,I am interested in sustainability,food gardens and job creation.
– Being in nature energizes me.- GOLF! …sometimes I love it, sometimes I curse it :-)… READ MORE
Skills //Talent Acquisition, Recruitment,Training, Managing Virtual Workers,Employer Branding,Community Architect and Manager for closed or open online communities,Websites,Mobisites,Social Media Platforms,SEO,SEM
From 2000 to 2005, I served in the U.S. Marine Corps, which included a combat tour in Iraq. Since then, I have worked in various capacities in HR and talent acquisition, including recruiting talent globally for experienced-hire roles, as well as early-career roles, for BP for the past seven years.
There is an increasing reliance on technology to find talent. Don’t get me wrong. I think the right technology is very useful in recruiting, but there must be a better balance between the use of technology and the (still) uniquely human skills needed to attract strong candidates. Unfortunately, balance rarely exists for job descriptions.
Throughout our professional career, we’ve worked with global companies that have demonstrated that they weren’t truly global by how they did — or attempted to do — business in Latin America (LATAM). That’s because many organizations failed to understand that their usual processes do not flow as smoothly in LATAM as they do in their first-world countries.
Editor’s Note: ERE is the new place where you will find the first run of the Best Hire Ever podcast, which explores a simple truth: There’s nothing that drives success at your company like making a great hire.
According to a recent survey, 35% of students who had accepted summer internships this year learned that they were canceled due to COVID-19. That’s bad news, of course, but if there’s a silver lining, it’s that the internships that are happening are taking enhanced and innovative approaches toward engaging students.
COVID-19 has changed the way companies do business, most notably by ushering in much-needed digital transformation. Sure enough, there’s been a mass adoption of video interviewing and virtual recruitment tools, many of which tout various AI features. But beware: AI is a dangerous game.
There is no debate that we are living in uncharted and unsettling times. The speed at which our world and our expectations for it have changed certainly reminds all of us that there is a good reason we’ve been talking about living in a VUCA world! Our current state is unique and offers little comparison to past events in any of our lifetimes.
Black Lives Matter. But what does — or should — that mean at your organization? You’re probably saddened, angered, and disturbed by recent racist incidents, but now what? As a talent acquisition professional, what can you do to channel your feelings into greater support for diversity and inclusion at your company?