Employers have to take into consideration the requirement for flexible working hours that employees are increasingly demanding. This information is taken from a survey that Microsoft recently implemented among 1000 office workers. The generated results show that 73% of the surveyed regard the opportunity for self-determining their working time as essential…Continue
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I ran across a website that is posting jobs for free. I am not affiliated with them. I am just wanting to help them spread the word. They are posting our jobs and have made us a premier employer; all free. They are doing so for the next six months and then who knows. As a sourcer, I think we have to try all means and this is certainly worth a try. So far we are already seen some traffic.
In case anyone is interested the website is www.vajoe.com.…Continue
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Years ago, job advertisements were ways easier to decipher – their content was much simpler and it wasn’t hard to get the idea of what the suitable applicant should look like. Now, job seekers are challenged with a real jungle of different ad formats, content and sometimes incomprehensible means of expression. If you learn how to find your way through this…Continue
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This time of year is when I try and get the Outlook folders down to a managible size and put the pledge to the my documents. I came across this gem on my spring project and still brings a smile to my face
A Taxonomy of Recruiters By Thomas Munn
Added by Antonia Namnath on May 18, 2007 at 1:21pm — No Comments
I need your help.
Where can I find good job seeking blogs where candidates discuss the highs and lows of looking for work?
I want my job board to be a socially aware as possible. It is importent that my clients know what the points of views are from the online job seekers.
Thanks in advance and I hope that you are all well.
There truly is a "secret to success". 1. Get up early 2. Work Hard 3. Find Oil
There are tons of people who always complain about their job, the long hours they work and that they need more hours in the day to get things done. Having been tired of hearing co-workers complain and whine I realized I had been one of them incognito! It’s just that I did my whining (and my wine-ing) at home. Don't misunderstand me, I loved my job and the people I worked with, but you just can't hire…Continue
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OK, so first there was a piece of toast with the Virgin Mary's face burnt onto it. And then there was the piece of Nutrigrain that looked like ET. But why couldn't the trend have died there? The whole idea of auctioning off these edible artifacts is getting ridiculous. After spending less than 20 minutes on ebay, without even searching for these items, I came across a piece of "very sad" toast, another nutrigrain ET, a bbq steak the shape of Australia, yet ANOTHER nutrigrain ET, a penis…Continue
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Being that this is my first post on this site, figured I had to give a brief run through of who I am and where I am from, not tomention what I am doing now. So here goes.....
Had been running my own graphic design firm for the past 20 somewhat years, hiring anf firing and doing the gamut required to be successful. I became friendly with a client of my husbands, Robert Model who had an executive recruiting firm. Bob had an interesting idea and needed someone to implement his ideas…Continue
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