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Pimp My JD

I don't think JDs are dead (sorry, Zappos) or even ineffective or obsolete. They're just written like crap.  So I figured we could help. I'…

Started by Matt Charney in Recruiting 101 [General Forum]Latest Reply

The “Favorite” Or The Most Qualified Does Not Always Win The Race Or Get The Job! This Includes California Chrome

The Favorite Doesn’t Always Win The Race. The Most Qualified Doesn’t Always Get The Job.   Favorites don’t always win the race nor does th…

Started by sheila Greco in Recruiting 101 [General Forum]Latest Reply

What Do Candidates Expect From Mobile Recruitment?

Mobile. Mobile. Mobile. Tired of it yet? We have all been hearing about it for what feels like years now. So what are you doing about it?…

Started by Tim Spagnola in Recruiting 101 [General Forum]Latest Reply

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Why do Reference and Background Checks Suck?

Seriously, I haven't spoken with a single recruiter or HR manager who hasn't professed their disdain for those things. What do you hate mos…

Started by Dor Rubin in Recruiting Rants

5 on Saturday
Reply by Linda Ferrante LoCicero

Hawking Radiation vs. Cerenkov Radiation: Quantum Information Theory and Implications for Recruiting

How do we get Information out of Black Holes? Can we inject 'pseudo-Information' into a Black Hole to achieve some kind of reaction/respons…

Started by Nicholas Meyler in Recruiting 101 [General Forum]

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Always Be Learning!

In the sales world the want you to ABC (Always Be Closing) but I've always advocated ABL (Always Be Learning). #striveforknowledge

Started by Andrea Clarkson in Recruiting 101 [General Forum]

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Festive Blogs!

Has anyone got any festive recruiting blogs? I'd love to put together of Christmas related posts. Here's one from our blog if anyone wants…

Started by Shay Clinch in Recruiting 101 [General Forum]

0 Dec 16

I love this quote!

"I never let my schooling get in the way of my education." - Samuel Clemens Stay curious my friends; always seek knowledge!

Started by Andrea Clarkson in Recruiting 101 [General Forum]

0 Dec 11

GREAT PARTNERS NEEDED - We received dozens of urgent requirements in the last week!

Greetings all!  I've lurked on RecruitingBlogs.com for awhile, but I can't recall the last time I engaged the community.  Shame on me! Righ…

Started by Steve Masterson in Recruiting 101 [General Forum]

0 Dec 11

Complaints About "Scraping" Websites: How legitimate are they?

  Ever since I started doing my research on identifying software candidates by going to websites listing their emails, I've been getting ac…

Started by Nicholas Meyler in Recruiting 101 [General Forum]

2 Dec 10
Reply by Nicholas Meyler

Another Pet Peeve

Today, I received a very intelligent email from a candidate saying "It [the job opportunity in 3D printing I was pitching] piqued my intere…

Started by Nicholas Meyler in Recruiting 101 [General Forum]

0 Dec 10

Sieve of Eratosthenes: A Search for Prime Numbers

This Wikipedia section has a great visual of the Sieve Technique of calculating Prime Numbers.  The Search for Primes is perhaps the most a…

Started by Nicholas Meyler in Recruiting 101 [General Forum]

0 Dec 10

Search as A Science

I think Executive Search is a field of study with somewhat contradictory parts to it -- for instance, that there is an emphasis on thorough…

Started by Nicholas Meyler in Recruiting 101 [General Forum]

0 Dec 10

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