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Randall Scasny commented on Danielle Powers's blog post 'Job Search Terms – What is that? Don’t I Just Apply for the Job I Want?'
"Very good post! Let me tell you how I approach your advice Since I operate a job search assistance service, I frequently rewrite resumes for job candidates who have credentials and experience, but are getting little market traction. This describes…"
Apr 28, 2012
A blog post by Danielle Powers was featured

Job Search Terms – What is that? Don’t I Just Apply for the Job I Want?

NO – that is the long and short of it.Recruiters – agency or in-house all use key words and search terms when sourcing for resumes. Where are they looking these days? Beyond Careerbuilder, Monster and the industry specific job boards you are…See More
Apr 23, 2012
Danielle Powers posted a blog post

Job Search Terms – What is that? Don’t I Just Apply for the Job I Want?

NO – that is the long and short of it.Recruiters – agency or in-house all use key words and search terms when sourcing for resumes. Where are they looking these days? Beyond Careerbuilder, Monster and the industry specific job boards you are…See More
Apr 20, 2012
A blog post by Danielle Powers was featured

6 Seconds on Resume Review: How do Job Seekers Get Noticed

There was a great piece that just came out by Vivian Giang on a study done using heat mapping about what a recruiter focuses on in the 6 seconds they have your resume in front of them. **Please note, as was pointed out to me by a colleague, this artlicle was produced by the Ladders, they have…See More
Apr 17, 2012
Danielle Powers posted a blog post

6 Seconds on Resume Review: How do Job Seekers Get Noticed

There was a great piece that just came out by Vivian Giang on a study done using heat mapping about what a recruiter focuses on in the 6 seconds they have your resume in front of them. **Please note, as was pointed out to me by a colleague, this artlicle was produced by the Ladders, they have…See More
Apr 16, 2012
Ryan Leary and Danielle Powers are now friends
Feb 29, 2012
A blog post by Danielle Powers was featured

It Takes a Village: Employee Engagement; Is it Important?

Poor HR, employee engagement is their responsibility, yet it is definitely one of those things that cannot be done alone. Employee Engagement is one of those things that companies really struggle with when it comes to prioritizing, surveying, implementing and monitoring effectiveness; why? Well it is overwhelming. When we think about engaging our employees and our teams we want to be sure that we have all of the pieces together, we want it to be successful and repeatable and there are a lot of…See More
Nov 10, 2011
Danielle Powers commented on Danielle Powers's blog post 'You Are the Laziest Job Seeker Ever!'
"Gary, I agree, just as in any profession there are the good, the great, the ugly and the mediocre - recruiters are not immune to this segments. Churn and burn through candidates, sending resumes without actually talking through and interviewing or…"
Nov 8, 2011
Danielle Powers commented on Francois Guay's blog post 'What Business and Human Resources can Learn from Football'
"I believe that using this play book as part of the recruitment process would be beneficial for corporate recruiters and agency alike. Even if each department or hiring manager is not on the same page, this has some accountability. It also helps a…"
Nov 8, 2011
Danielle Powers posted a blog post

It Takes a Village: Employee Engagement; Is it Important?

Poor HR, employee engagement is their responsibility, yet it is definitely one of those things that cannot be done alone. Employee Engagement is one of those things that companies really struggle with when it comes to prioritizing, surveying, implementing and monitoring effectiveness; why? Well it is overwhelming. When we think about engaging our employees and our teams we want to be sure that we have all of the pieces together, we want it to be successful and repeatable and there are a lot of…See More
Nov 8, 2011
Julie Bouman commented on Danielle Powers's blog post 'You Are the Laziest Job Seeker Ever!'
"I received a resume the other day with the candidate's current company name spelled wrong, really??"
Nov 4, 2011
Kirk Baumann commented on Danielle Powers's blog post 'You Are the Laziest Job Seeker Ever!'
"YES!! You said it. Customization is key, yet so many people take the lazy route. From a recruiter's perspective, why would you want to hire them??   Job seekers: take note and if you're like the people described above, adjust your…"
Nov 3, 2011
Gary White commented on Danielle Powers's blog post 'You Are the Laziest Job Seeker Ever!'
"Having recently been on the job search myself I can see this from both sides of the "desk".  I think the mis-perception of the job seeker is that the recruiter is there to serve them and there is some truth in that.  What they…"
Nov 3, 2011
Danielle Powers is now friends with Todd Oldfield, Herbert Novogroski and Evan Mignogna
Nov 3, 2011
Andrew Hanneman liked Danielle Powers's blog post You Are the Laziest Job Seeker Ever!
Nov 3, 2011
Jim Murphy liked Danielle Powers's blog post You Are the Laziest Job Seeker Ever!
Nov 3, 2011

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Danielle Powers
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Owner
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The Power in Recruiting
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Consultant
How many years have you been in the business?
10-14 years
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All Industries
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<10
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Danielle Powers's Blog

Job Search Terms – What is that? Don’t I Just Apply for the Job I Want?

Posted on April 20, 2012 at 8:30am 1 Comment

Job Search Terms – What is that? Don’t I Just Apply for the Job I Want?

NO – that is the long and short of it.

Recruiters – agency or in-house all use key words and search terms when sourcing for resumes. Where are they looking these days? Beyond…

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6 Seconds on Resume Review: How do Job Seekers Get Noticed

Posted on April 16, 2012 at 12:01pm 0 Comments

There was a great piece that just came out by Vivian Giang on a study done using heat mapping about what a recruiter focuses on in the 6 seconds they have your resume in front of them. **Please note, as was pointed out to me by a colleague, this artlicle was produced by the Ladders, they have…

Continue

It Takes a Village: Employee Engagement; Is it Important?

Posted on November 8, 2011 at 9:19pm 0 Comments

Poor HR, employee engagement is their responsibility, yet it is definitely one of those things that cannot be done alone. Employee Engagement is one of those things that companies really struggle with when it comes to prioritizing, surveying, implementing and monitoring effectiveness; why? Well it is overwhelming. When we think about engaging our employees and our teams we want to be sure that we have all of the pieces together, we want it to be successful and repeatable and there are a lot…

Continue

You Are the Laziest Job Seeker Ever!

Posted on November 1, 2011 at 12:12pm 17 Comments

I have to say, I have been a bit bogged down and late at…

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