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Staffing Roles in California (THE OC)

We are hiring a Recruitment Manager for Global Accounts.

We are hiring a Staffing Ops Manager for home office.

Must have Global recruitment experience, and offshore exposure.

Added by Susan Hand on April 29, 2010 at 11:44pm — 1 Comment

In Every Dream Job...A Heartache?

“Such a shame, it’s my absolute dream job but I just don’t feel that I can stay”

How often do recruiters hear that?

A candidate said that to me last week. In this case, her problem was her boss...try as she might she found it impossible to have a harmonious working relationship and efforts to work through this had failed. She wants the bits of the jobs that she enjoys – challenge, responsibility, flexibility – but in another environment.

She’s not the first,… Continue

Added by Mervyn Dinnen on April 29, 2010 at 6:41pm — 1 Comment

US General Manager - Global Business Partner Retail

This role is for one of our largest retail clients delivery of software, application and database support. Located in the US.

Job Summary: This role has accountability for engagement management, sales development and delivery for the Business Unit account. Acting as trusted advisor to the client, the main elements of the role are:

1. Primary sales partner; this is a sales target function having commercial accountability for meeting the agreed upon P&L. A New Business… Continue

Added by Susan Hand on April 29, 2010 at 6:05pm — No Comments

Global and Regional Account Managers (Sales-IT- WEST)

UST-Global is hiring a talented Manager that has experience selling technology solutions and services. Offshore, and Onshore model familiarity is helpful.

Job Summary: This role has accountability for engagement management, sales development and delivery for the Business Unit account. Acting as trusted advisor to the client, the main elements of the role are:

1. Primary sales partner; this is a sales target function having commercial accountability for meeting the agreed… Continue

Added by Susan Hand on April 29, 2010 at 6:03pm — No Comments

Never Too Old!

By Pat Meehan

There is nothing more enlightening than to watch a person who has worked for a company for thirty or more years to continue to improve himself/ herself and have visions of his/her career future. It is so commendable when a person, who is fifty…

Added by Pat Meehan on April 29, 2010 at 5:44pm — 1 Comment

Twitter. Its a chat room on steroids...

To continue the twitter theme from my last post, I thought I'd tell you a story....

So I’m sitting in my office and the IT Director hurries in, shoves a small black box, some cables and a piece of paper into my hand. “I’m off out” he said, “give this a whirl, I think you’ll like it”. And with that, off he trots.

I look at the box – a modem (remember those?!) and know enough to deduce that I needed to plug it into the office phone socket. After an hour or so of…

Added by Gareth Jones on April 29, 2010 at 4:31pm — 1 Comment

Do You Post & Pray?

When it comes to looking for work, how do you best approach your job search? Now that there is some movement in the job market with over 75,000 media & entertainment jobs posted on some of the job board aggregators, do you feel there is opportunity for you or do you like many, still hope that someone will notice your resume and pick you out of the countless number of others who may be…


Added by Lisa Kaye on April 29, 2010 at 3:56pm — No Comments

Get more from what you know

Recruitment is an information business. Your ability to recruit is based solely on who and what you know, this is the commodity you sell. But in todays information age, where information is so plentiful, it is not enough simply to be in possession of information. To make money in recruitment you require the ability to extract value from the vast quantity of information that is available to you.

Super Star recruiters do not have to work harder than average. They do not have…

Added by Shane McCusker on April 29, 2010 at 1:44pm — No Comments

Get a Free HirePress Jobblog! Tester needed.

HirePress will be launching very soon, but we want a few individuals to test the site and lend us your feedback. HirePress
will be a interactive community of Jobblogs, Networking

Professionals and Job-Seekers.

If you would like to become a tester and add your company to our network. Please contact us at…


Added by Roger Cohen on April 29, 2010 at 1:05pm — No Comments

Forums, Blogs, News/User Groups and Groups(in general) !!

Forums, Blogs, News/User Groups and Groups(in general) !!

So some of the most over looked places to search, post jobs, and make connections are Forums and News/User groups. Back before there was Twitter, LinkedIn, and the…


Added by Dean Da Costa on April 29, 2010 at 12:52pm — No Comments

Is Social Media Ruining Your Job Prospects?

Don’t you just love the Web 2.0? We at SMStheJOB know all too well how easy it can be to while away a…


Added by Stephanie Bressan on April 29, 2010 at 12:09pm — No Comments

Tranzitioning Summary, Part 1

We've just finished reviewing the changes occurring in employment today, and the prognosis is clear -- fewer full-time jobs with benefits, and more self-employment-like opportunities where people work for themselves. Coincidentally, Intuit (the people behind Quicken) have published a well-researched and footnoted report that aligns nicely with what we've covered here (click to read…


Added by Jay Fenello on April 29, 2010 at 11:45am — No Comments

on wearing a chicken to a job interview

Blog post by HTS blogger Nick Tomlinson -

Picture this. You've applied for a fabulous job and behold, the employer in question wants to interview you. There's just one catch. You'll be required to attend the interview with some sort of poulet-objet (a hat, a mask, an actual…


Added by Jayne Hannon on April 29, 2010 at 11:30am — No Comments

The NFL Draft: The Perfect Hiring Process?

Disclaimer: These opinions are my own

There’s nothing like the NFL Draft, when the eyes of the nation tune in to watch an event which, at its core, consists of 255 verbal offer extensions. Kris Dunn recently wrote the NFL Draft represents a “test tube for the Talent Management game as a whole.” It’s the perfect search, really, one that’s almost unfair to employers watching the prime time… Continue

Added by Matt Charney on April 29, 2010 at 11:00am — No Comments

Human Resources: Be Like a 1-year Old

“Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterwards. - Vernon Saunders Law

In order to be in HR (or any field or career mind you) you need to approach everything like a 1 yr old.

  1. Crawl, Walk, and then Run – Whether you start out as a specialist, a generalist or in a rotation from one area to another, don’t fool yourself into thinking you know everything.…

Added by Benjamin McCall on April 29, 2010 at 10:38am — 2 Comments

Recruitment Metrics = Bargaining Power (with Job Boards)

Originally posted on the SmashFly Recruitment Marketing Blog.

Yesterday, I was in a client meeting and it was great. The client, which is a Fortune 200 company, is the perfect client because they get it. They get our product and the great value we provide in our…


Added by Chris Brablc on April 29, 2010 at 7:37am — No Comments

Utilizing Networking in Your Career

By Pat Meehan

Building a network over a lifetime is the most accountable thing we can do. It is the epitome of being a proactive person. Day by day, we build on this chain of meaningful personal relationships to which we can exchange the gifts of our ideas and influence. We should value these relationships and put great trust in them as they continue to develop. Stephen Covey teaches that a relationship is like an “emotional bank account.” We must nurture this emotional bank…


Added by Pat Meehan on April 29, 2010 at 12:13am — No Comments

Think Twice Before Hiring an Overqualified Candidate

Is the term “overqualified” code for too old, or too
expensive? Should an employer be wary of hiring overqualified people? The answer to both is sometimes.



Added by Mark Bregman on April 28, 2010 at 4:26pm — 2 Comments

Set Social Recruiting Boundaries

Just because your company is still deciding on whether or not to implement Social Recruiting into your overall recruiting strategy doesn’t mean you should delay setting a Social Recruiting policy. This can be a simple one-page of guidelines for appropriate use by employees based on the expected usage of these tools now or in the future. Being proactive about developing a usage policy will help avoid many of the issues that can result from a hands-off approach.



Added by Omowale Casselle on April 28, 2010 at 8:30am — 2 Comments

To Fish or Cut Bait? Check the Ratios

When I started out in sales, I was a lonely copy jock – that is what we called them in the old days. I worked for Lanier Worldwide as an “Account Executive.” Life consisted of 20 cold calls, 20 phone

connects and 2 pre-set appointments per day, EVERY day to make it in that

business. And of course, being as

by-the-numbers as I am, I tracked all of my activity. Some of my diligence was due to keep myself

motivated and some was just to keep my job if…


Added by Nikole Tutton on April 27, 2010 at 10:00pm — 2 Comments

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