This is not just another webinar. Consider this your mobile recruiting strategy training plan. Because let's face it - you know that when it comes to mobile recruiting your company is either just getting…Continue
Today, if we are being honest, many companies aren’t treating most job applicants like humans.
And it isn’t the fault of the companies. With the…Continue
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The leading cause of death in America every year is cardio vascular disease. Approximately 2500 Americans die every day because of the coronary vascular disease. Electrocardiograph, a small machine, can trace a person’s heart’s activity and is essential to identify any abnormalities. So, the machine is able to diagnose cardio vascular disease and save life.
The Electrocardiogram or the ECG courses are designed for students who are already in the healthcare sector or are planning to…Continue
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If you’ve ever been part of a search committee to fill a position within your organization, you know how difficult it can be to weed through all of the applications you receive. Did you know that on average it takes a recruiter only six seconds to decide on an applicant based on their resume? While you want to hire the best candidate for the job, you can save yourself and your team a lot of time and energy by knowing what to look for in a resume.
First and foremost, it is…Continue
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National independent energy supply is not a new concept, it has been around for centuries; but I think it is much more relevant now than it has ever been. All countries require energy, just like we require food, shelter and clothing.
Energy provides everything from economic growth to sustainable civilizations. Basically without energy there is no bulk production of food, employment, transport, education or medical facilities Not just the basics of civilization…Continue
Please note this post originally appeared on The RecruitLoop Blog.
I actually wrote this post on a plane from Australia to Singapore.
Before my flight I had a bit of time in the airport so I went for a wander through the…Continue
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Human Resources are at a critical crossroads in today’s global marketplace. One route leaves HR where it has predominantly been from the days of National Cash Register. We are primarily charged with being the corporate fireman. We are there as the organizational administrative policeman. The downside is that you then are perceived as being a commodity or a mediocre part of the organization. The result being the functional manager’s feel they could very easily do without what you do. If you…Continue
Added by Daniel T. Bloom on August 31, 2014 at 9:29pm — No Comments
An astounding 94% of recruiters are using social media to advertise jobs, to communicate with others in the sector and networking with prospective new employees. We are now living in the era where it is now more important than ever for job sectors to have a strong social media profile.…Continue
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The use of digital recruitment is at an all time high, rising to an astounding 94% of recruiters using digital platforms to hire candidates over the last six years. With more of us looking to travel the world and work than ever, a quick online search can help you find those dream…Continue
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People sometimes complain about "enormous" Headhunter fees, where we are paid something on the order of lawyers' hourly rates. I found this an interesting problem to analyze: Are we worth our salt?
When I perform a search correctly, my work results in millions of dollars of value to my client, sometimes even billions. I think recruiters are way underpaid for what they provide as a service, and I would say there are very few lawyers out there that have my skills or…Continue
Added by Nicholas Meyler on August 30, 2014 at 4:30pm — No Comments
“Layoff” is quite a familiar term to all of us in the job sector. We are all panicked to think of it. However, an organization can go through bad days and at that time it has no other alternative but to cut the manpower. It is, therefore, essential to be prepared for such a crisis in advance. It will be incredibly…Continue
Added by Richard on August 30, 2014 at 10:18am — No Comments
Ready or not, here the Millennials come. By 2025 it’s expected that Millennials will comprise a whopping 75% of the global workforce. If you’re not careful, you’re going to lose them fast. …Continue
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A few days ago, Software Advice released its annual report on Applicant Tracking Software buyer trends. The report includes data on the most common reasons for purchasing new software, popular deployment methods, and the top requested features.
Software Advice analyzed a selection of 385 small…Continue
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We often hear great leaders talk about the importance of people at their organizations. Hiring great people is fundamental to an organization’s success. As Lawrence Bossidy, the former COO of General…Continue
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If you do online research, don't overlook your local public library. It's an excellent resource of online information, not just on books and publications, but also on businesses. In this post, I will specifically write about the US Public libraries. Many other countries would have similar services offered at public libraries.
While Librarians are certainly skilled at organizing and searching for info, guess what... there's not even a list of all the…Continue
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Bill Gates. Credit: Wikipedia Commons
When I was 9 years old and hoping to become the next great Mets pitcher, my father’s advice was pretty simple: watch Rich Wlodarczyk.
Rich, who was 11, was the best pitcher on my little league…Continue
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You don’t get to perch yourself on a park bench and eat ice cream with the likes of Paul McCartney by wingin’ it. Most employers don’t start a company because they’re good at doing the books, hiring or leading a team. People start companies because they’re passionate about a…Continue
Leaving your child into the hands of a tutor to take care of his/her academic needs is never an easy decision for parents. What if the tutor is not patient with the child? What if the teacher turns out to have a violent streak? What if the tutor fails to give the necessary guidance, you expect him/her to give? Similar such questions frequent your minds as parents, when you seek a tutor. These concerns often lead to a…Continue
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RECRUITERS WHAT ARE YOU THINKING?
We are taking a short break form the series on lesser known sites, but do not worry we will get back to it, I have a boat load…Continue