Back to Blog 5 More Staffing Leaders to Follow on Twitter by Katie Tierney on October 11th, 2016 The staffing and recruiting industry is a generous one. Many staffing pros share their ideas and experience online, and Twitter is a good place to quickly learn from the experts about major trends affecting the industry. Last week, we shared seven staffing and recruiting leaders who share guidance and inspiration online. Here are five more thought leaders to add to your Twitter feed. 5 #staffing leaders you should be following on Twitter. Click To Tweet Barry Asin The president of Staffing Industry Analysts, Asin has a strong background in business strategy and industry analysis, and recently commented on research SIA conducted on the contingent workforce: “With close to one-third of the U.S. workforce active in the gig economy, and spend that is steadily approaching $1 trillion, challenges and opportunities abound.” Timely story with great @gige2016 event launch this week. @siadailynews Contingent work/gig economy on the move! https://t.co/k0xf3A4e5s — Barry Asin (@BarryAsin) September 23, 2016 Traci Fiatte The group president of Randstad US, Fiatte oversees strategic direction and operations of several Randstad US businesses. She has more than 20 years of experience in the industry and has developed recruiting delivery models based on client size and using big data approaches to sales. She recently commented for a Forbes article about employers using higher salaries to recruit and retain talent: “It’s not that there aren’t human beings available — it’s human beings with the job skills that they’re looking for specifically.” Follow these tips to find rewarding work –> https://t.co/cAfKWuWER3 @RandstadUSA #WorklifeBalance — Traci Fiatte (@TraciFiatte) September 30, 2016 Greg Savage Named “the most influential business voice on Twitter” in Australia, Savage has more than three decades of global recruitment and speaking experience. He has founded recruitment and search companies and is an active investor in recruitment businesses. He has an active blog and Twitter feed, and in 2015 was voted “the most influential person in the Australian recruitment industry in the past 60 years.” He recently wrote about crucial tips for recruiters, such as how to build your personal brand in real life and online. How an old-school #recruiter smashed 'influence' on #Twitter. https://t.co/Gfns7HnyVp — Greg Savage (@greg_savage) October 4, 2016 Susan Salka Salka is CEO, president, and director of AMN Healthcare Services, an innovative health care workforce solutions company as well as the largest health care staffing company in the country. She speaks often in the industry and was named San Diego’s Most Admired Public Company CEO in 2008 and 2016. In a recent profile in Becker’s Hospital Review, Salka talked about how health care leadership is changing: “Considering the amount of change and transformation health care is going through, any company in the industry needs leaders that possess strong transformation management skills — knowing how to evolve their organization, people, and processes, and how to change their interactions with patients and clients.” Grateful for amazing @AMNHealthcare clinicians in Guatemala. AMN OR nurse Janine was key in complex ocular surgeries pic.twitter.com/QZFDW0QR7T — Susan Salka (@SusanSalka) September 9, 2016 Glen Cathey Cathey has delivered keynotes about sourcing and recruiting strategies, social recruiting, technology, and improving processes. A self-described “big data geek,” Cathey’s expertise is in using information systems to source, recruit, and place candidates from databases. So true. Contemplate this: Every search you run both includes and excludes qualified candidates #SourceCon https://t.co/Aq4fGsfczt — Glen Cathey (@GlenCathey) September 22, 2016 Know another fascinating recruiting leader? Tweet their name to us @bullhorn so we can include them in an upcoming post! You can also follow the Bullhorn blog to stay informed about the latest staffing industry trends and best practices.