Is the client or the candidate the more important customer? When working for a staffing firm I can recall having this argument many times. It usually started when the candidate wanted more out of the client thus making some negotiations necessary. It was a two-way street, though, and the salespeople made their argument loud and clear when the client made similar requests.
So who really is the customer? The client? The candidate? Both? If both, who takes precedence during tough… Continue
I may have an opportunity part time working in an agency and we have been talking about light industrial as one of the areas I might concentrate on. The question is, what does an Agency need as far as workers comp or anything else to be able to supply companies with these type of workers. This would be in NJ. Thanks!
Added by Ellen Mancini on February 12, 2009 at 8:33am —
MagicMethod chat is today at noon (EST) on the MagicMethod network. There is no telephone call-in –our class chats happen online in the chat box on the Main Page of the network and they’re accessible by everyone who is a member of the MagicMethod network! Join today.
Today's session is Open-Face – anyone can bring questions about telephone names sourcing and get them answered. Even newbies.… Continue
"Before, so many of us were living a good life here...Now we cannot pay our loans. We are all just sleeping, smoking, drinking coffee and having headaches because of the situation."
To make matters worse, a "new draft media law [in Dubai] would make it a crime to damage the country’s reputation or economy, punishable by fines of up to 1 million dirhams (about $272,000). Some say it is already having a chilling effect on reporting about the crisis."
Bake--To cook, either covered or uncovered, in an oven.
Baste--To keep foods moist during cooking by pouring a liquid over them; you can use the meat drippings, melted fat, or any other liquid.
Beat--To make a mixture creamy, smooth, or filled with air by whipping it in a brisk motion.
Blanch--To precook a food briefly in boiling liquid, usually to loosen the skin; for example, you can drop tomatoes in boiling liquid for less than a minute, and the skin comes off… Continue
Added by Anderson on February 11, 2009 at 11:46pm —
Hi group, I'm new here. I've been in mid-level retained recruiting for quite a while (I helped start JobPlex.com back in the late 90s). Like a lot of folks in our industry, even with great clients, I'm experiencing a slow period. My question is, is it possible to market solid candidates I worked with for retained searches that didn't get offers? About half are still employed and half are between jobs. It's tough listening to their stories. So has anybody here had any luck taking great… Continue
Despite the massive layoffs across the board in technology from Big Blue to small-fry tech companies, there appears to be a streak of confidence among the masses. People in technology – engineers, software developers, IT, sales and marketing – seem to be a bit stronger through this crisis than in the past. Some of this may have to do with the bubble bursting on many of us in the dot com era. Or, it may have to do with the hope a new administration promises. More likely, much of it has to do… Continue
Added by Neil Costa on February 11, 2009 at 2:30pm —
While on Facebook I noticed an ad to the Left hand side which connected to a recent graduate from University of South Florida with a Masters degree in Engineering Management. I clicked on the ad which took me to the following resume http://www.leonardoborrero.com/
Which also included links to his Linked In Profile.
I am not currently recruiting for engineering roles but I contacted him. He said that he is getting responses and… Continue
I am a Senior Recruiting Rock Star in the Seattle, Washington area.
Below is a snippet of my experience.
· Exceeded all hiring goals by hiring over 100+ professionals while working in the difficult game, security and mobility spaces which was over 200% of goal. Averaged exceeding goal by 90% during career.
· One of only a handful of staffing professionals to receive 4.5 out of 5 review score. Won numerous awards related to staffing numbers and project… Continue
Added by Dean Da Costa on February 11, 2009 at 12:08pm —
I initially had some junior recruiters work some search assignments on this site and in my opinion this site was strictly being used to build up a company's resume database. Seriously, is there any reason why any company would "engage" over thirty recruiters if they were operating in good faith. Secondly, all the feedback I have gotten from recruiters has been negative.
However, there are two sides to this equation - if a company engages your firm I believe you have every right to… Continue
One of the biggest criticisms of social media is a lack of results. Sure, we know that sites like recruitingblogs.com bring us value, but naysayers want to know how many hires we've made for the time spent.
It's not always easy to get those numbers. It can be hard to track, and when you do track them, you don't necessarily want to pass that number on to competitors. Luckily, Rehabcare was open to me talking about their success.
Very excited to be a part of this rocking event in Appomattox, Virginia coming up on March 7th.
"Do you want to learn how to use social media such as Twitter, Facebook and more? Do you want to be inspired about connecting with your community as a business leader, educator, politician or resident? If so, then this seminar is up your alley. You will learn how to use… Continue
Added by Joe Gerstandt on February 11, 2009 at 9:26am —
Giles Guest of Enhance Media nicely teed up a Long Tail framework for thinking about recruitment. Here are some of my quick thoughts on how they might apply specifically to the recruitment advertising market. The Long Tail can be a problematic framework for setting corporate strategy but it provides a useful heuristic for… Continue
I’ve made placements with a small company for years that didn’t have an HR function. Mid-last year they were bought by a much larger company with a recruiting department, and the rules for third party recruiters are changing. They’ve asked me to sign a new agreement that basically says before any candidate can be presented to a manager the resume must be submitted to a central HR administrator who will verify they aren’t already in the company ATS. We have no direct…Continue
Added by Claudia Faust on February 11, 2009 at 6:24am —
On a Saturday mornin' ,when i was returning home from a party ( i was kinda wasted ),i 've got the weirdest idea! That is : i tought that we can make Seinfeld return for a new season!!!! And that that was possible due to our common effort--paying for whatever they need to do the season.But is hard if not impossible to find a way that everybody can contribute with some amount of money ( e.g. 2 $ or 40 cents or 5 cents ), the amount is not that important because we are so many fans around the… Continue