Derek Jeter is one of the most well-known and well-respected players in all of Major League Baseball. This year, at the age of 36, his contract is up for renewal. As the Captain of the Yankees, many fans expected the Front Office to give him whatever he wanted so that he could finish out his Hall of Fame career in pinstripes.…Continue
Added by Peter Lanc on November 30, 2010 at 8:01am — No Comments
By Justin Miller
A Blog that Caters to the Marketing Aspect of Recruiting
I think it goes without saying that probably the hardest part of the job for recruiters is making cold…Continue
You just got off the phone from a Client who has not had the need to call you in 8 months a…Continue
Over the next several posts we are going to discuss Background checks, Reference checks,…Continue
Added by Kirk Baumann on November 23, 2010 at 10:29am — No Comments
Sometimes the simplest of employee problems can end up making big waves down the line – here are five common employee problems and suggestions on how to diffuse them before they end up causing you more trouble than you would like.
1. Absenteeism and Tardiness. When an employee misses work, it not only costs money but can inconvenience customers and co-workers. When it comes to issues with tardiness and absenteeism, strict policy…Continue
Added by Tim Giehll on November 22, 2010 at 5:33pm — No Comments
To say I’m an outsider to the recruiting industry is very much an understatement
At the time this post was written I was entering my 4th month as Marketing Manager for Stride & Associates. I was excited to take the job because I saw a lot of potential to get in there and get my
This week, thousands of household cooks will be watching for the red indicator to appear that indicates the turkey is ready. How’s your company’s pop-up indicator doing? What’s it telling you about how effective your efforts are to cook up deals?
Added by Christine on November 22, 2010 at 7:49am — No Comments
Last week I blogged about how you need to move the focus away from dollars and percentages when clients negotiate fees, and on to your value and your differentiators.
One of the comments on my blog from Matthew Lancey raised the point that sometimes clients keep pushing, and they say something like “but your competitors charge…Continue
Its 5 am on Monday morning and you’re up ... But Holdup! (My Jamaican expression for wait a minute) You don’t get up this early on a Monday for work, after all you’re one of the Recruitment Player Veterans who normally strolls in at 10am for work after you’ve had your work out at the gym, Juice, coffee and bagel with cream cheese; oh yea let`s not forget your morning newspaper...…Continue
Last week toward the end of my blog I was commenting on how the most liked people, not always the most gifted people, receive promotions. I intimated that I was going to expand on that topic this week. That comment was in response to the number of candidates who
have told me that they can’t make a move unless they get a promotion. I typically say something like, “OK, but I’m
not sure I understand, can you explain what you mean?” They think I’m a bit off at this…
Slouch’s blog post on “ A Counter Offer of Biblical Proportions” enticed me to share some thoughts on why it’s important to deal with the Counter Offer issue very early on in the recruitment cycle; regardless of whether or not your candidate will get a Counter Offer.…Continue
Is social recruiting a symptom of larger problems in the world of recruitment – or is it a solution to recruitment woes? Let me argue both sides of this…Continue