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PAUL FOREL commented on Andrew LIsa's blog post '4 Tips for Attracting Headhunters'
""...Headhunters are employed as recruiters..." And with that, Andrew, begins one of the most inaccurate discussions about 'headhunters' I've ever read. Just what planet are you from? Someone here at Recruiting Blogs had…"
Mar 2
Andrew LIsa posted a blog post

4 Tips for Budgeting for a Career Change

Whether you're starting your own business, changing careers, or just going off the job grid for a bit of soul searching, your financial situation is about to change - drastically. If you've decided you have enough money tucked away to take that plunge - or you want to get to the point that you do - a tighter budget is going to be your new reality. Consider the following while embarking on your new career journey. You're going to need to reevaluate your media intake. TV, Internet, and cell…See More
Nov 2, 2013
Andrew LIsa posted a blog post

Software Knowledge That Will Make an Accountant's Resume Stand Out

Most employment experts agree that accounting is one of the few professions expected to be "safe" over the next decade, with plenty of opportunities, even as much of the job market remains difficult for white-collar workers. Remaining competitive, however, is more important for accountants than perhaps anyone else, as the wealth of opportunities will draw top candidates with whom you'll have to compete.The single best way to to do this is to master software applications that you'll be using in…See More
Nov 1, 2013
Andrew LIsa posted a blog post

4 Pointers for Filling an Accounting Position

One of the hardest things a recruiter can do is convince a client that they can't handle their own accounting in house. Business owners often want to handle their own books because they either don't trust an employee to count their beans or they feel like it's a place where they can save money. While this isn't usually the case, hiring a bad accountant is easy. Hiring a good one, however, requires some finesse.Follow this guide to recruiting the best accountant for the job. A good accountant is…See More
Oct 24, 2013
Richard Peterson commented on Andrew LIsa's blog post 'Mobile Jobs: Applying on the Go'
"Fascinating and Scary Article. But, full of reality. Whenever I delete an app from my iPhone, the shaking icons make me think they're panicked over who's being cut from the team. And, you? "
Sep 23, 2013
Andrew LIsa posted a blog post

Mobile Jobs: Applying on the Go

The Internet job search has gone mobile. Like the rest of the world, your competition is moving faster and doing more while away from home. Mobile job search is now standard fare for job hunters and recruiters alike. Whether you're looking for mobile jobs on an Apple or Android device, there's something out there for you. Most of the mobile job apps you'll want to use are free and have been built by industry…See More
Sep 20, 2013
Amy Ala commented on Andrew LIsa's blog post 'Quick & Easy Negotiation Tips Every Recruiter Should Know'
"Wow you know if nobody EVER goes first then no one would ever get hired. We'd be too busy playing stupid games with our candidates. Gah. "Don't Be the First to Name a Figure Naming a figure is the equivalent of showing your cards in…"
Sep 4, 2013
Andrew LIsa posted a blog post

Quick & Easy Negotiation Tips Every Recruiter Should Know

As a recruiter, your job entails juggling multiple negotiations on a daily basis. Candidates want to get more. Clients want to give less. You need to earn a living. It's impossible to please everyone, but good recruiters can strike deals in which everyone wins - including themselves.Follow these tips to negotiating for success. When negotiating, don't let your concept of perfect ruin something good.Establish the FloorNo one wants to turn down business. When a recruiter says no, not only are…See More
Sep 4, 2013
Curtis Whitler commented on Andrew LIsa's blog post 'Top Tips for Recruiters Trying to Place Out-of-Town Candidates'
" I agree that online interviewing can save lots of efforts for shortlisting out-of-town candidates, but personally I see no obstacles for broadening this experience for in-town candidates too. Since video conferencing is cost-effective…"
Sep 4, 2013
Andrew LIsa posted a blog post

Top Tips for Recruiters Trying to Place Out-of-Town Candidates

One of the most difficult situations a recruiter can encounter is finding the perfect candidate for the perfect job - with an un-commutable distance between them.A recent study shows that more than three-quarters of candidates have a problem with relocating - even for a great job. Moving is never easy, especially if the candidate has…See More
Sep 3, 2013
Gene Brady commented on Andrew LIsa's blog post 'Middle-Aged and Lost Your Job? It's Not Hopeless'
"Catchy, provocative headline for the article. And bogus. Of course it's not hopeless. It's often a plus to have an experienced, 'been through the wars' individual. I place senior-level people consistently."
Aug 7, 2013
Dmitri Yakovlev commented on Andrew LIsa's blog post 'Middle-Aged and Lost Your Job? It's Not Hopeless'
"this is all just a huge stereotype. I know this from experience because when I see someone over 50 that is tech savvy or just has an impressively designed resume I get more impressed than I would have with some one 20 yrs younger. But the difference…"
Aug 1, 2013
Dmitri Yakovlev commented on Andrew LIsa's blog post 'How to Spot Excellent Job Candidates on Twitter'
"without using the apps, I don't understand how this works with finding talent in my area? I used the location search in the advanced search area but seems to me that its not all that accurate. My lack of followers probably doesn't help…"
Jul 29, 2013
Recruiting Animal commented on Andrew LIsa's blog post 'How to Spot Excellent Job Candidates on Twitter'
"Hey, Andy, do you have any idea who this works in real life? I love articles that give zero results. Yeah you're not a recruiter but maybe you could speak to a dozen of them who have recruited 30 people this way - each."
Jul 25, 2013
Tim Spagnola liked Andrew LIsa's blog post How to Spot Excellent Job Candidates on Twitter
Jul 22, 2013
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Jul 22, 2013

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Andrew
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Freelance Writer
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Andrew LIsa's Blog

4 Tips for Budgeting for a Career Change

Posted on November 2, 2013 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

Whether you're starting your own business, changing careers, or just going off the job grid for a bit of soul searching, your financial situation is about to change - drastically. If you've decided you have enough money tucked away to take that plunge - or you want to get to the point that you do - a tighter budget is going to be your new reality. Consider the following while embarking on your new career journey.



You're going to need to reevaluate your media intake.…

Continue

Software Knowledge That Will Make an Accountant's Resume Stand Out

Posted on November 1, 2013 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

Most employment experts agree that accounting is one of the few professions expected to be "safe" over the next decade, with plenty of opportunities, even as much of the job market remains difficult for white-collar workers. Remaining competitive, however, is more important for accountants than perhaps anyone else, as the wealth of opportunities will draw top candidates with whom you'll have to compete.

The single best way to to do this is to master software applications that you'll…

Continue

4 Pointers for Filling an Accounting Position

Posted on October 24, 2013 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

One of the hardest things a recruiter can do is convince a client that they can't handle their own accounting in house. Business owners often want to handle their own books because they either don't trust an employee to count their beans or they feel like it's a place where they can save money. While this isn't usually the case, hiring a bad accountant is easy. Hiring a good one, however, requires some finesse.

Follow this guide to recruiting the best accountant for the…

Continue

Mobile Jobs: Applying on the Go

Posted on September 20, 2013 at 2:30pm 1 Comment

The Internet job search has gone mobile. Like the rest of the world, your competition is moving faster and doing more while away from home. Mobile job search is now standard fare for job hunters and recruiters alike. Whether you're looking for mobile jobs on an Apple or Android device, there's something out there for you. Most of the mobile job apps you'll want to use are free and have been…

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