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Alan Fluhrer commented on Amy Ala's blog post 'Life, Interrupted'
"AmY, All the best, strength with it. And check your email"
May 19
Alan Fluhrer commented on Amy Ala's blog post 'Stop Trying To Reinvent Recruiting'
"Pete, agree with your comment. Heck, I have over 500k, in one file folder. Big deal says I. The question here is........How good are you, your team, your company, at find THE BEST candidates, period, in a timely manner.  The rest of my rant…"
Feb 5
Alan Fluhrer commented on Amy Ala's blog post 'Stop Trying To Reinvent Recruiting'
"Sorry Amy I forgot to mention. WE have built a team of hunter-killer recruiters at my firm over the last yr. The one thing, THE ONE THING, we wanted to hear them say during the interview was anything around the phrase, "pick up the Da#n…"
Feb 5
Alan Fluhrer commented on Amy Ala's blog post 'Stop Trying To Reinvent Recruiting'
"@amy Way to go girl Regarding Nehez 140k database. Not defending anyone here.....but....yes there's a butt today......I would rather have a 140k database that is mostly useful, than a 2 million that's just so-so. "
Feb 5
Alan Fluhrer commented on Noel Cocca's blog post 'RecruitingBlogs.com Appoints Matt Charney As New Managing Editor'
"Matt Congrats. I hope Recruiting Blogs is ready for you. A lot of horse power there. Alan"
Oct 4, 2013
Alan Fluhrer commented on Stephen Nehez, Jr.'s blog post 'INDEED has KILLED privacy!'
"Steve, Here';s a question I can't figure out yet. What are all of Indeed's sources for these?  I ask because I have had more than 1 conversation with a person whose resume I found here. They let me know they never uploaded their…"
Aug 26, 2013
Sandra McCartt commented on Alan Fluhrer's blog post 'Poll - OK, I can't find a way to set up a poll here, so I am doing it as best I can. This sites feedback will be THE most valuable so please reply'
"I loathe with a passion going to a web site and having to dig around through tabs and pages.  Put the careers tab at the top of the home page in big letters."
Aug 20, 2013
Amber commented on Alan Fluhrer's blog post 'Poll - OK, I can't find a way to set up a poll here, so I am doing it as best I can. This sites feedback will be THE most valuable so please reply'
"Why does it need to moved - are there too many tabs or something on the Home page? Also, my answer would depend on what kind of company it is. Agency or staffing, it should probably be #1.  Other companies, #2 or #3 would be fine. "
Aug 18, 2013

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Poll - OK, I can't find a way to set up a poll here, so I am doing it as best I can. This sites feedback will be THE most valuable so please reply

Posted on August 18, 2013 at 3:30pm 2 Comments

I have posted this poll to a number of my LinkedIn groups, so if you see the poll, please take it. If not, please reply here as it will have direct impact on a complete web site re-design our company is doing. The questions below are exactly as I set them up on my LinkedIn polls.

BACKGROUND -  The web design company we are using planning to move the "Careers" link. On the old site, it is on the…

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At 11:46am on August 25, 2009, Dr Simon Harding said…
Thanks for joining us on Think Oil !
At 5:45pm on August 24, 2009, Greg Savage said…
Hi Alan
Thanks for your post on my blog. I will try to dig up that chart you asked for and get it over to you
Cheers
Greg
At 7:17pm on December 10, 2007, Lisa said…
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