I keep myself a set of process to do smart recruiting.I believe myself smart but i learn lot in recruitment through errors,fires and stepdowns etc. Earlier when i got in industry i don't have armor or strategies was a rookie now became a warrior .
My process starts with
1.Good Job Description which attracts talent as most talent look for excellent roles then their current roles what they are .By having a good description of job talent people are like bees attracted to the… Continue
Added by Balaji (Bob) on December 28, 2008 at 11:25pm —
I am not so convinced I am a smart recruiter because 75% of what I know has come from trial and error and 25% from listening to what others do and then make it work for me in the way I do things. Maybe the combined knowledge of messing things up and listening to smart folks makes me a smart recruiter.
Here are five reasons for my success:
- Short memory and avoiding the roller coaster. In football they say the best cornerback’s have a short memory. What they mean is… Continue
Added by Paul DeBettignies on December 28, 2008 at 10:29pm —
I'm curious. There is no better quality to have when you're dealing in people.
I'm curious about what people want, what they're paid, why they like and don't like their jobs, what they're willing to do to change their position in the world, what holds them back, what makes them fear change, what makes them desperate enough to create change.
I'm curious about those who stay in a job because it's the right thing to do, and those who leave because life's too short, curious… Continue
Added by Jim Durbin on December 28, 2008 at 8:59pm —
courtesy of Nick Carver, from Flickr.
A+B= not always C, show value for long haul, challenge, transparent, be flexible
2. Technology savvy and Sourcing:
Able to utilize all tools out there and keep up to date with technologies. Since this movement of groundswell affect social media seems to accelerate how we communicate… Continue
Added by Susan Kang Nam on December 28, 2008 at 1:04pm —
We hope to do to this industry what Wal-Mart did to theirs, Starbucks did to theirs, Costco did to theirs and Lowe’s-Home Depot did to their industry. And I think if we’ve done our job, five years from now you’re not going to call us a bank.
That's right, Kerry K. Killinger, former CEO of Washington Mutual - they'll think of you as a F-A-I-L-U-R-E.
How about a few other big-box ideas?
- In aisle one we have bypasses; aisle… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on December 28, 2008 at 9:11am —
Late last night I started on a new redesign for RecruitingBlogs.com. Maren Hogan
has helped with many of the logos and there is still more to come so thanks Maren.
For me it's important to keep this place fresh and this means changing the feel every once in a while. Over the next few days there will be some additional changes and sometimes it works and sometimes, it needs to go back.
If you have any feedback… Continue
Added by Slouch on December 27, 2008 at 2:41pm —
Expecting Greatness in 2009? Did I not get the memo on the whole recession thing?
Well, yeah. But, I've been through this before, back in 2001 and I'm hoping that I learned something from that.
There's two ways you can go in the coming year. You can buy into the whole pessimistic outlook, that we're in a recession and things are only going to get worse, we're doomed, why bother getting out of bed, etc. If you do take that mindset, you'll likely receive all that you… Continue
Added by pam claughton on December 26, 2008 at 2:00pm —
The best Web sites to help you scrimp through the recession
...this isn't geared towards recruiters but can help anyone who is concerned and wants some sagacious advice on living better.
Added by Steve Levy on December 26, 2008 at 1:19pm —
In the past decade, China has invested upward of $1 trillion, mostly earnings from manufacturing exports, into American government bonds and government-backed mortgage debt. That has lowered interest rates and helped fuel a historic consumption binge and housing bubble in the United States.
China, some economists say, lulled American consumers, and their leaders, into… Continue
Added by Maureen Sharib on December 26, 2008 at 12:37pm —
The Afghan chieftain looked older than his 60-odd years, and his bearded face bore the creases of a man burdened with duties as tribal patriarch and husband to four younger women. His visitor, a CIA officer, saw an opportunity, and reached into his bag for a small gift.
Four blue pills. Viagra.
"Take one of these. You'll love it," the officer said. Compliments of Uncle Sam.
The enticement worked. The officer, who described the encounter, returned four days… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on December 26, 2008 at 11:36am —
I love my Slouch hat but with people making fun of it
, I'm becoming a bit gun shy about wearing it in public. In the past, JD and I have talked about mugs and bumper stickers and these might work well but I know there is something out there to really tug on the purse strings of RBC members and hopefully serve as seed money for the community's philanthropic efforts for 2009.
Then I read about… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on December 26, 2008 at 10:00am —
I love this site
; however, I have my doubts that Steven Rothberg
wouldn't cringe about some of the content.
Added by Steve Levy on December 26, 2008 at 9:00am —
Now, in a reverse miniature brain drain, Chinese financial institutions are taking advantage of the downturn and focusing on the newly unemployed to diversify and upgrade their own staffs.
“We’re looking very hard right now for experienced, senior-level talent who have knowledge of China. For our junior-level positions, we continue to recruit from our local Chinese talent… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on December 26, 2008 at 7:23am —
Chronos begins two year assignment in the Khabarovsk oil project. For more information contact Simon Harding at Chronos or here on RecruitingBlogs.
Added by Dr Simon Harding on December 26, 2008 at 5:44am —
Hi, my name is Steven Bonacorsi and a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt. I would like to add you to my professional network
Let me know if I can be of any assistance to you and your business.
A good group to join is the Lean Six Sigma Group
Another good groups is Advanced Innovation… Continue
Added by Steven Bonacorsi on December 25, 2008 at 9:19am —
Working in the online recruitment industry, I’m often amazed with the variety of ways job site owners charge the users of their service. My company produces software packages
for building job board sites, and we configure these different charging plans for our clients. The first thing that I noticed is that there was no standard business model that job site owner choose. Everyone is trying to use unique model, and it… Continue
Added by Rodion on December 25, 2008 at 2:17am —
WESTPORT, Connecticut (December 24, 2008) What Got You Here Won’t Get You There
is Marshall Goldsmith’s amazing book on how successful people become more successful. It is a great read for executives who have been fired or for those who are successful in many ways but cannot move to the next level of performance.
I am in Westport for Christmas. It is… Continue
Added by John G. Self on December 24, 2008 at 8:00pm —
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But wishing you a merry Christmas is something I love even more.
I take this opportunity to thank you for the Help & support throughout the year
May God fulfill all your wishes & lift you towards success & prosperity also bring good health, happiness, fortune to you and your family all the time.
J-Vista Software LLC
Added by Gunjan on December 24, 2008 at 4:55pm —
Just because I'm losing
Doesn't mean I'm lost
Doesn't mean I'll stop
Doesn't mean I'm in a cross
Just because I'm hurting
Doesn't mean I'm hurt
Doesn't mean I didn't get what I deserve
No better and no worse
I just got lost
Every river that I've tried to cross
And every door I ever tried was locked
Ooh-Oh, And I'm just waiting till the shine wears off...
You might be a big fish
In a little pond
Doesn't mean… Continue
Added by Kunal on December 24, 2008 at 4:40pm —
Below are 5 things that make me a smart recruiter:
5. Know your role as a recruiter. Our role is to work for the client and as an advocate for the candidate. This means that if someone isn't right for your client no matter how much you like them doesn't matter. Helping people, especially in times like these, is a nice thought though we are not social workers. When we do find who we feel is the right candidate however it is up to us to be an advocate for them and convince the client… Continue
Added by David Jacks on December 24, 2008 at 2:02pm —