” Josef had my full attention throughout and everything he mentioned was 100% useful”
Josef Kadlec is a former ethical hacker, digital forensic examiner and hardcore Linux engineer who went head over heels into the talent sourcing and recruitment industry utilizing his cross-field experience. Along with Milan Novak, the former board member of Grafton Recruitment, he co-founded the international app-only recruitment agency, GoodCall, specializing in social recruitment for 5-person start-ups as well as 10,000 person Fortune 500s.
He grew up on open source and loves to share his knowledge, implementing new software and hardware innovations into his staffing procedures – seeing companies not able to hire Java engineers and build their amazing next-gen products is just too painful otherwise. This is also the reason that he established the Recruitment Academy, to cultivate, collaborate, and raise the bar for sourcing and recruiting in Central & Eastern Europe.
His claim to fame is as the author of a controversial book People as Merchandise: Crack the Code to LinkedIn Recruitment recommended by Barbara Corcoran from ABC’s Shark Tank, the rogue recruiter David E. Perry and HR directors of companies such as IBM, Barclays, Randstad, Hewlett-Packard, Manpower, AVG and Google.
He still spends a few days per week as a speaker and trainer helping companies like ExxonMobil, Foxconn, Siemens, Nestle, Volkswagen, Adecco, Raiffeisenbank, Randstad, Merck, Ikea, Lenovo, Hilton and others to advance their talent sourcing capabilites. Josef also hasn’t fully left the software business as he’s an advisor and investor in a data-driven, people analytics ATS called Datacruit.
Josef lives in Prague, Czech Republic and likes beer.
Great line-up. 30+ speakers from different backgrounds & locations brought together by a common desire to do #diversity recruitment right. Hurry, only a few days left. https://sourcingsummit.net/sosud #dodiverse
We are a day late to drop our annual #internationalwomensday wishes :( But it's never too late or too often to recognise the immense contribution by women to the sourcing profession. #hearmeroar #iamwoman