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WWBD: What Would Buffett Do?

Posted by Raj Sheth on August 29, 2014 at 10:00am 1 Comment

You don’t get to perch yourself on a park bench and eat ice cream with the likes of Paul McCartney by wingin’ it. Most employers don’t start a company because they’re good at doing the books, hiring or leading a team. People start companies because they’re passionate about a…

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ReferenceUSA - a Resource not to be Missed

Posted by Irina Shamaeva on August 29, 2014 at 12:12pm 0 Comments

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If you do online research, don't overlook your local public library. It's an excellent resource of online information, not just on books and publications, but also on businesses. In this post, I will specifically write about the US Public libraries. Many other countries would have similar services offered at public libraries.

While Librarians are certainly skilled at organizing and searching for info, guess what... there's not even a list of all the…

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RECRUITERS WHAT ARE YOU THINKING?

Posted by Dean Da Costa on August 28, 2014 at 2:27pm 1 Comment

RECRUITERS WHAT ARE YOU THINKING?

We are taking a short break form the series on lesser known sites, but do not worry we will get back to it, I have a boat load…

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Want Great Talent? Think Outside of the Zip Code

Posted by Julie Salerno on August 28, 2014 at 9:30am 0 Comments

You may be feeling the skill gap pressure, or you might be in the camp that believes the talent shortage is a myth. Regardless of how real you believe the talent drought is, you have, as a recruiter or staffing professional, at one point or another, found that finding the right talent can be down right impossible.

If it’s been smooth sailing, odds are the waters are…

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Derek Zeller Returns - To The Recruiting Animal Show

Posted by Recruiting Animal on August 27, 2014 at 7:00pm 2 Comments

Our good friend, Derek Zeller, the @DerDiver returned to The Recruiting Animal Show today as a guest and, as a pleasant surprise, long lost former regular @MaureenSharib came back as…

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Millennials Ready to Change the Workforce - Is Your Firm Ready for Them?

Posted by Debbie Fledderjohann on August 27, 2014 at 1:00pm 2 Comments

It appears that Millennials (or Generation Y if you prefer) aren't just a part of the workforce, they are poised to take it over and make fundamental changes.

The most common age in the current workforce is now 22, followed by 23 and 21, according to …

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