Claudia's Wednesday Wisdom
This week Claudia reminds us why she is so good at helping recruiters who have seemingly intractable problems with candidates, hiring managers, other recruiters, personal hygiene, and so on.
Claudia's general approach to solving problems? Common sense, good manners, a sense of humor and a few choice questions. And once again in this week's post: I Forget
These are the TOP 5 Things That Makes Someone a Smart Recruiter:
1. Stay Positive! -Don't let people or things throughout the day bring you down whether it's people you work with, friends or family members or a candidate or client that is obviously not having a good day. Don't let these things affect your mindset. Just think YES I CAN!
2. Knowledge is Power!-Have you ever heard of the phrase the more you know the more you grow. It's the same with recruiting. Read helpful… Continue
As we all know, 2009 will not be any better than 2008 when it comes to securing employment. I have decided to try to broaden my networking efforts by joining this forum and sharing my successes and near misses. Hopefully, I will be able to pass on employment opportunities that were not a good fit for me but might be just what someone else has been searching for. In my 20 plus years of HR experience I have been responsible for recruiting, HRIS, performance management, and compensation both in a… Continue
Added by Bernie on December 31, 2008 at 4:23pm —
Infomercials that offer get rich schemes are nothing new. From no-money down real estate to getting rich off tiny little classifieds it is inspiring to see quadriplegic ex-truck drivers bringing home gobs of cash and everyday housewives sporting boob jobs in the Bahamas.
For sure, the economically challenged and/or recently unemployed may be tempted to buy the turn-key this and the fool-proof that.… Continue
The Amazon Rainforest has been called the greatest celebration of life on earth.
Hundreds of miles from civilization’s pollution, the forest thrives with more than 200,000 botanical species. “The diversity of plant species in the Amazon rainforest is the highest on earth. To date, some 438,000 species of plants of economic and social interest have been registered in the region, and many more have yet to be catalogued or even discovered.”
Earlier this month I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Ron Mott, Terry Pickard and Dwayne the cool camera guy (from NBC) while showing them around Fort Benning, GA. They were able to film an extensive physical training (PT) session and even made it to the… Continue
In the upcoming year, many employers will find it difficult to expand their employee benefits in a time when the company may be suffering as a result of the poor economy. Although there may not be a large shift in the benefits offered to employees in 2009, workers will need to be realistic in their expectations and understand that everyone from top to bottom is feeling the affects of the recession.
In a tight economy, employers will be hesitant to make drastic changes to their… Continue
As we all know, it is that time of year again when whether we like it or not, thoughts start running through our heads like "this really is going to be the year that I lose those 25 pounds, stop smoking, start seriously exercising, will swear off karaoke or will stop trying to over-think my football picks."
It's an easy list to remember because for most of us it's same list as last year.
As we continue our series of Market Metrix, we have identified another industry experiencing positive growth: Clerical and Administrative. Although job security is always a concern, career professionals in this industry can rest assured they will continue to be highly valued as their activities help support the day-to-day operations of most organizations. An outlook report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects future job growth to continue at a faster-than-average pace in office… Continue
I’m Real. I market, use technology and source just like the next recruiter; what you see, hear or read from me is what you get. I honor and respect all relationships and don’t take them lightly whether it’s a client or fellow recruiter. I believe in doing the right thing even if it means I may lose money or business.
I believe in and see the good in people; candidates, clients and my fellow recruiters. My glass is always FULL and like the Velveteen Rabbit being connected and… Continue
Yoh is currently looking to identify the right candidate for a pharma sourcer position to sit on-site at a pharmaceutical company located in Montreal, QC. The position is open to market rate and this position is located full-time and on-site in Montreal. Any applicants or referrals can be sent to Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make use of this lull in the economic action to tighten down your resources –… Continue
It is the end of the calendar year, and though MBA recruiting in general has followed the market’s downward trend this season, MBA Focus has grown in almost every aspect of the industry.
Growing Network of Top-Ranked B-Schools
MBA Focus has added many more schools and candidate populations to the already exclusive network of MBA programs, including Michigan, South Carolina, Wisconsin-Madison, Georgia State, Georgia Tech, Iowa, Temple, Tampa and many new… Continue
In between some satire, there always seems to be some seriousness in conversations about online authority. Some social media participants want to measure this stuff, even if it for the sole purpose of vanity or perhaps selling snake oil.
There is enough of it that Jennifer Leggio lent a near perfect expose entitled "Twitter popularity does not equal business acumen" on ZDNet. The article mentions several reasons that online popularity doesn't equal much of anything. Her hope was to… Continue
My name is Andrew Merola. My company is called G&M Healthcare and we specialize in staffing permanent Healthcare professionals. We are located in Pittsburgh, PA providing our services nationwide. At this point I am trying to utilize the power of blogging to incorporate business opportunities for professionals far and wide. With shortages across the US as per health care professionals, I think there is going to be a time to unite with other companies/organizations… Continue
I am looking for an executive chef position for Indianapolis, IN or surrounding area. I have a person who has moved from Mississippi to Indianapolis. Positions that would be considered: teaching at a culinary school, food development, executive chef, management. Please let me know if you would like for me to forward a resume.