Don Zinn
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Todd Kmiec commented on Don Zinn's blog post 'Is it Really About to Get Better?'
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"Don, this is an excellent article by you. Fair pricing is absolutely critical in what we do. Thank you for putting it all so concisely here."
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Is it Really About to Get Better?

I read several blog entries here that suggest that the worst is over, and perhaps it is, but the business has gone through some perhaps fundamental changes and it may be a long time until we discover "business as usual," if ever.Yes, large numbers of recruiters have disappeared - the inevitable consequence that is Darwinian and healthy when the strong survive and the weak disappear there is more food left for the strong - but there is also less job creation, less growth, less demand, more…See More
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"Talking about changing the fee structure in our industry has always been a good way to start a discussion, usually contentious. Lots and lots of new pricing models have been suggested over the years but there has never been a one size fits all. The…"
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Is it Really About to Get Better?

I read several blog entries here that suggest that the worst is over, and perhaps it is, but the business has gone through some perhaps fundamental changes and it may be a long time until we discover "business as usual," if ever.Yes, large numbers of recruiters have disappeared - the inevitable consequence that is Darwinian and healthy when the strong survive and the weak disappear there is more food left for the strong - but there is also less job creation, less growth, less demand, more…See More
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Name
Don Zinn
Location
NY
Company
Starpoint Solutions
Which best describes your profession?
Corporate, Human Resources/staffing, Practitioner, Manager, Executive, Vendor/Consultant
How many years have you been in the business?
5 - 9 years
Which industries do you work in now?
Financial, Technology
Website
http://www.starpoint.com
LinkedIn Profile
http://www.linkedin.com/in/donzinn

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Is it Really About to Get Better?

Posted on September 15, 2009 at 11:39am 3 Comments

I read several blog entries here that suggest that the worst is over, and perhaps it is, but the business has gone through some perhaps fundamental changes and it may be a long time until we discover "business as usual," if ever.



Yes, large numbers of recruiters have disappeared - the inevitable consequence that is Darwinian and healthy when the strong survive and the weak disappear there is more food left for the strong - but there is also less job creation, less growth, less… Continue

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At 4:45am on December 24, 2009, Hassan Rizwan said…
Merry Christmas!!
At 5:02pm on September 21, 2009, Matt Engels said…
Don,

I have a long time friend and former boss who is looking for work. Scott Campbell can be found at:
http://www.linkedin.com/profile?viewProfile=&key=2719798&authToken=GUfa&authType=name

He would be looking to stay in the Chicago area.
 
 
 

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