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Internal hiring - Lean in or Out

Started May 24 0 Replies

I am curious to know how other recruiters feel about supporting internal movement in a company.The internal hiring process is likely less complex than the external hiring process and may not need all…Continue

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Internal hiring - Lean in or Out

I am curious to know how other recruiters feel about supporting internal movement in a company.The internal hiring process is likely less complex than the external hiring process and may not need all the recruiting muscle of a Talent Acquisition Specialist. There is also a tendency in some recruiters to look at it as a function that should be handled by the HR Business Partners since it is dealing with employees and not with outside applicants/candidates. It is, however, getting the right…See More
May 24
Deepa commented on Bonnie Brooks's blog post 'Speak to me of forbearance. Seriously?'
"too funny!! I forbid you to write anything but the King's English, Bonnie! very entertaining :)"
Nov 30, 2012
Deepa replied to Bill Schultz's discussion 'Why...?'
"do some candidates not keep their word? If you want to say "no", say "no", don't say yes and then bail!"
Nov 28, 2012
Deepa commented on Amy Ala Miller's blog post 'It’s Okay to Have a Bad Day'
"Amy, I am 100% with you. Loved this: "They almost seem to be insinuating that if only you had controlled the situation better, this wouldn’t have happened". To extrapolate that a little bit I hate the advice, "Be careful what…"
Nov 20, 2012
Deepa commented on Cody Pierson's blog post 'The Secret of Selling (To Me)'
"great article, Cody! Well-articulated and helpful pointers. Agree totally."
Nov 20, 2012
Deepa liked Will Thomson's blog post Six things to do when your career confidence is shattered
Oct 15, 2012
Candace Nault commented on Deepa's blog post 'Interviewing the Interviewer'
"Great info! thanks for the posting!"
Jul 10, 2012
A blog post by Deepa was featured

Interviewing the Interviewer

So you did everything right so far – showed up on time, dressed appropriately, researched the company and gave all the correct answers. Now it is time to turn the tables. A lot of candidates aren’t prepared, when asked, “Do you have any questions?” I have heard answers ranging from, “Not really” to “What is your vacation policy?” or “what is your background check policy?” – none of which help your candidacy. So how do your prepare a good list of interview questions? Role reversal: Think about…See More
Jul 10, 2012
Deepa posted a blog post

Interviewing the Interviewer

So you did everything right so far – showed up on time, dressed appropriately, researched the company and gave all the correct answers. Now it is time to turn the tables. A lot of candidates aren’t prepared, when asked, “Do you have any questions?” I have heard answers ranging from, “Not really” to “What is your vacation policy?” or “what is your background check policy?” – none of which help your candidacy. So how do your prepare a good list of interview questions? Role reversal: Think about…See More
Jul 8, 2012
A blog post by Deepa was featured

Career advice from a toddler

I have had great mentors and teachers, who have taught me invaluable business and life lessons. However, the one who has taught me the most in the least amount of time has been my three year old. A mother is often a child’s first teacher, but on this mother’s day, I want to recognize the career lessons I received from my precious toddler. Thinking outside the “toy box”: Have you ever seen a toddler play with a puzzle or a toy or a game that you just got out of the box? They don’t read the…See More
May 15, 2012
Deepa posted a blog post

Career advice from a toddler

I have had great mentors and teachers, who have taught me invaluable business and life lessons. However, the one who has taught me the most in the least amount of time has been my three year old. A mother is often a child’s first teacher, but on this mother’s day, I want to recognize the career lessons I received from my precious toddler. Thinking outside the “toy box”: Have you ever seen a toddler play with a puzzle or a toy or a game that you just got out of the box? They don’t read the…See More
May 13, 2012
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Interviewing the Interviewer

Posted on July 8, 2012 at 7:39pm 1 Comment

So you did everything right so far – showed up on time, dressed appropriately, researched the company and gave all the correct answers. Now it is time to turn the tables. A lot of candidates aren’t prepared, when asked, “Do you have any questions?” I have heard answers ranging from, “Not really” to “What is your vacation policy?” or “what is your background check policy?” – none of which help your candidacy. So how do your prepare a good list of interview…

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Career advice from a toddler

Posted on May 13, 2012 at 11:54am 0 Comments

I have had great mentors and teachers, who have taught me invaluable business and life lessons. However, the one who has taught me the most in the least amount of time has been my three year old. A mother is often a child’s first teacher, but on this mother’s day, I want to recognize the career lessons I received from my precious toddler.

 

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