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Judi Wunderlich
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Recruiter for Marketing Jobs - Chicago

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Judi Wunderlich commented on Greg Savage's blog post 'Can we trust LinkedIn?'
"Last February at the annual Staffing Industry Analysts conference, the owner of Elance.com was presenting, and at the end of his presentation he made a comment to the effect of "well you know LinkedIn will be going into the staffing…"
Oct 29, 2013
Amy Ala commented on Judi Wunderlich's blog post 'Anyone can find and recruit workers; it's not rocket science so why should I have to pay for it'
""Anyone can find workers online; it's not rocket science so why should I have to pay for it." that's cute. He'll learn...  :) anything "disruptive" sounds way too much like behavior my kid engages in at school…"
Feb 19, 2013
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Feb 19, 2013
Judi Wunderlich posted a blog post

Anyone can find and recruit workers; it's not rocket science so why should I have to pay for it

(The information contained in this blog will be more relevant to Tech staffing firms.)"Anyone can find workers online; it's not rocket science so why should I have to pay for it."Those words were said to me recently by an entrepreneur I was talking to about tech startups that are trying to 'disrupt' the staffing industry.For anyone who hasn't heard about disruptive technology, it is an innovation that helps create a new market and value network and eventually goes on to disrupt an existing…See More
Feb 19, 2013
Judi Wunderlich replied to Will Thomson's discussion 'You know you are a recruiter when...'
"2) You know you're a recruiter when you go out on a first date and by the end of the evening you've learned his/her entire school and work history."
Nov 29, 2012
Judi Wunderlich commented on Erin Passmore's blog post 'Hiring the “Aged”'
"LOL!  About the men and dying their hair thing. I know several over 50 men who dye their hair regularly - and they look great!  The key is, they get is professionally colored.  I believe the men you are talking who look silly are…"
Nov 19, 2012
Judi Wunderlich commented on Erin Passmore's blog post 'Hiring the “Aged”'
"Peter: Ageism is just another flavor or racism or sexism. Overweight people also face discrimination, as do people with 'foreign-sounding' names or accents. Because as long as we have humans judging candidates, we will have certain classes…"
Nov 16, 2012
Judi Wunderlich commented on Erin Passmore's blog post 'Hiring the “Aged”'
"Sally>  I realized that of all the over 50 people I've interviewed or met with, the women were always up-to-date in their looks/style. It was the MEN who looked woefully 'old.'  Yes, the wrong kind of clothes can make you…"
Nov 16, 2012

Profile Information

Name
Judi Wunderlich
Job Title
Vice President
Company
WunderLand
Which best describes your profession?
Agency
How many years have you been in the business?
More than 15 years
Which industries do you work in now?
Services, Technology, Other
How many employees in your company?
>10
Website
http://www.wunderlandgroup.com
Blog
http://blog.wunderlandgroup.com/
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Anyone can find and recruit workers; it's not rocket science so why should I have to pay for it

Posted on February 19, 2013 at 4:13pm 1 Comment

(The information contained in this blog will be more relevant to Tech staffing firms.)

"Anyone can find workers online; it's not rocket science so why should I have to pay for it."

Those words were said to me recently by an entrepreneur I was talking to about tech startups that are trying to 'disrupt' the staffing industry.

For anyone who hasn't heard about disruptive technology, it…

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Why Recruiters Get a Bad Rap (a cautionery tale)

Posted on May 3, 2011 at 11:00am 12 Comments

A good friend of mine was laid off of his job of 10 years and is searching for new employment. He has a complete LinkedIn profile with contact info and resume (thanks to me) and is on Monster and CareerBuilder.

 

He got a call last week from a local recruiter at a niche staffing firm. On the phone the recruiter told him he had a ‘couple’ of jobs for him, and they arranged to meet. My friend has an interim job so he had to arrange time off to meet this…

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How NOT to Get a Job

Posted on March 23, 2011 at 8:00pm 9 Comments

I recently had the unpleasant task of sorting through over 250 applicants who had applied to a job posting. Grant you, I did say the position was entry-level, so I knew that I'd get a lot of 'kids' who haven't had much experience job hunting. But I was still surprised at how poorly most of these candidates handled sending an email and their resume. So this blog is dedicated to the young and ignorant, and…

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At 3:06pm on January 7, 2009, Joe Gerstandt said…
Thanks for sharing the generational overview, I love the chart.
At 3:12pm on September 11, 2008, Robb Osborne said…
Good afternoon Judi,
My name is Robb Osborne and I am a recruiter in the Philadelphia, PA area. I saw in your profile that you deal within the Marketing niche. The reason for my email is two fold one to connect and network with you but to also see if you could help a candidate of mine in the Philadelphia area.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Regards
Robb Osborne
610.961.3000
 
 
 

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