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Organizations aren't only cutting staffing. Benefits too are on the chopping block.



Today's Wall Street Journal (subscription required) reports that cell phone maker Motorola will suspend matching contributions to employee 401(k)s effective January 1.



Meanwhile, today's New York Times reports on a proposal by New York Governor David Paterson that would reduce benefits for newly hired state… Continue

Added by RD Whitney on December 17, 2008 at 8:51pm — No Comments

Tomorrow's leaders today a preview of the future

It's really hard not to write about this... so I won't even try. Warning for those about to read.. bias Dad alert



Today I had the day off work, it's that time of year, children's Christmas concerts, school break ups and the like. I got to do something very rare I think for a career dad.. I got to spend a whole day observing and helping out in my son's 2 Kindergarten sessions (yes we have him booked in 2 different schools for enough contact hours to keep him stimulated). What a… Continue

Added by Dan Nuroo on December 17, 2008 at 6:43pm — 2 Comments

2009 is here! Do companies need to wake up?

I cant believe 2008 is gone. What a great year for Recruiting for some, for others, not so much. I have seen so much great talent this year and even more companies that ignore the fact that they have stiff competition for talent. I see them assuming that the "same old same old" will hook them and land them too.



Always a sucker for a survey, I would ask ..What are your thoughts on this ? Do companies today have huge blind spots or is it just me? If not, In what ways do companies need… Continue

Added by Matt Decker on December 17, 2008 at 5:37pm — 1 Comment

My take on MPC Candidates

This is a response I wrote to a question on linkedin a few months back.



An MPC has to have it all there in the first place - the skills, the work history, realistic compensation expectations.



However, here is what seperates an MPC from just a good candidate - in other words, someone I'm going to spend TIME marketing....



1. Loyalty and exclusivity. I ask my potential MPC's for 2 to 5 day EXCLUSIVITY - in other words, someone my competition can't deliver to the… Continue

Added by Art Pitcher on December 17, 2008 at 5:30pm — No Comments

Holiday Office Parties - Please Dress Appropriately!

You are invited to your company’s office party and you do not know whether you should go or what to wear. What you should you do?



This is a common dilemma faced by millions of employees across the country. First, you should definitely decide to go to the party. A holiday party offers you an opportunity to socialize with your colleagues as well as impress your bosses. By socializing with your bosses you will be able to show a different side which could be beneficial when it comes time… Continue

Added by Jeremy Hatfield on December 17, 2008 at 4:47pm — 1 Comment

Assume the person reading your resume is a Monkey!

The title of this Blog is a bit insulting and rightly so. It is meant to get your attention so that you do not pass over the article - - to make you take notice !!!



If you were driving down the street and you saw a Billboard but you couldn't make out what it said because the worlds were too small and the message was hidden in a thousand words, you would probably not understand it or crash your car trying to figure it out.......



Read the rest of this article and other tips… Continue

Added by Carl Schumacher on December 17, 2008 at 4:20pm — No Comments

Bailout

Do you recognize the frustration of seeing your budget shrink? It seems that today there isn’t a single industry left in peace – everywhere it seems the pressure from an unfit economy is felt fast and felt hard. And in the spirit of today’s tough economic times where the term “bailout” has suddenly received so much publicity and is on the tip of everyone’s tongue, we are making our own humble contribution to try and help you out with our very own “bailout package.” With SmartRecruiters the ATS… Continue

Added by SmartRecruiters on December 17, 2008 at 1:52pm — No Comments

Recruiting Manager Position open/fulltime perm- Los Angeles, Encino, CA RETAIL BANKING INDUSTRY

Basic Qualifications:















Bachelor’s degree

Five to seven years Human Resource experience

Previous employee management experience

Strong understanding of recruiting functions

Ability to identify marketing strategy

Federal employment standards

Demonstrated ability to take charge and get results

Ability to communicate with all levels of employees, verbally and in writing

Ability to manage multiple, complex projects… Continue

Added by Rebecca Zatarain on December 17, 2008 at 1:31pm — 2 Comments

Professional/Executive Level Position in KY



Regional HR Manager, (Louisville, KY) - Great Local Company is looking to hire a Regional HR Manager for their Louisville Facility. This position supports 300 employees in 8 locations in 5 states (NJ, TN, OH, KY, IN) and requires a lot of traveling between locations. Duties and Responsibilities: Responsible for advising region manager, division managers, and other personnel on employee relations, manpower planning/recruiting,… Continue

Added by Jennifer Schroeder on December 17, 2008 at 1:25pm — No Comments

LOOKING FOR A HR POSITION READY TO START TODAY

I am looking for a HR position in the, VA or DC, DC or North VA Markets. Here is my background and information.



Paul Sandhu

2230 George C Marshal Dr #921

Falls Church, VA 22043

● PSandhu001@ yahoo.com 757-947-7515



SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS



Motivated, professional with over 10 years experience relating to Human Resources, Compensation, Benefits, Staffing and Training. Proven ability to increase profits and improve employee… Continue

Added by PAUL on December 17, 2008 at 11:27am — No Comments

Animal Show Wed Dec 17 NOON

Jim Durbin, The Social Media Headhunter on his new Social Media Cafe.

1pm: Maureen Sharib answers your questions about Telephone Sourcing.

All call in and listen info here.

Added by Recruiting Animal on December 17, 2008 at 11:17am — No Comments

The Complete Career Campaign ™: Defining My Offer, Designing My Life

This is a very exciting week for me! I recently took on a big challenge and taught myself how to use Adobe’s Dreamweaver software to build my own webpage. I have now officially launched the Career Courageously site.



The process of building a webpage is much more than learning code and picking colors. It actually forces you to crystallize your offers and build a cohesive brand around those offers. It was in this process of… Continue

Added by Valerie Gonyea on December 17, 2008 at 11:13am — No Comments

How to Tame 500-Pound Gorillas (a.k.a., Your Hiring Managers)

I came across this on www.ere.net. I thought I should share this with all.



In a recruiter survey, 50% of most hiring problems are attributed to the lack of assessment, interviewing, and recruiting skills on the part of the hiring manager.

Taming this 500-pound gorilla is the big problem that should be addressed, not seeing more candidates who won’t get hired by anyone. From this cynical perspective, here are some ideas on how to tame your personal gorillas:



1.… Continue

Added by Kunal on December 17, 2008 at 11:05am — No Comments

We have an urgent J2EE Technical architect req in CA for 6 mnths + contract with Revenue Recognition

Hi Friends,



We have an urgent J2EE Technical architect req in CA for 6 mnths + contract with Revenue Recognition



Position J2EE Technical Architect



Duration : 6 months +



Location : CA



Position involves some amount of travelling.



a. This is a true tech arch role. The resource does not need to be a 100 developer. He needs to have experience in the areas below, but a true onshore tech resource that can perform a number of tech arch… Continue

Added by SUMITA HALDAR on December 17, 2008 at 10:46am — No Comments

We have an urgent Technical architect req in CA for 6 mnths + contract

Hi Friend,



Position Technical Architect



Duration : 6 months +



Location : CA



Position involves some amount of travelling.



a. This is a true tech arch role. The resource does not need to be a 100 developer. He needs to have experience in the areas below, but a true onshore tech resource that can perform a number of tech arch type functions defined below

i. Capacity planning

ii. Newtwork planning

iii. Some development

iv.… Continue

Added by SUMITA HALDAR on December 17, 2008 at 10:26am — No Comments

We have an urgent J2EE Technical architect req in CA for 6 mnths + contract

Hi Friends,



Position J2EE Technical Architect with Revenue Management



Duration : 6 months +



Location : CA



Position involves some amount of travelling.



a. This is a true tech arch role. The resource does not need to be a 100 developer. He needs to have experience in the areas below, but a true onshore tech resource that can perform a number of tech arch type functions defined below

i. Capacity planning

ii. Newtwork… Continue

Added by SUMITA HALDAR on December 17, 2008 at 10:24am — No Comments

We have an urgent J2EE Technical architect req in CA for 6 mnths + contract

Hi Friends,



Position J2EE Technical Architect with Revenue Management



Duration : 6 months +



Location : CA



Position involves some amount of travelling.



a. This is a true tech arch role. The resource does not need to be a 100 developer. He needs to have experience in the areas below, but a true onshore tech resource that can perform a number of tech arch type functions defined below

i. Capacity planning

ii. Newtwork… Continue

Added by SUMITA HALDAR on December 17, 2008 at 10:22am — No Comments

We have an urgent J2EE Technical architect req in CA for 6 mnths + contract

Hi Friends,



Position J2EE Technical Architect with Revenue Management



Duration : 6 months +



Location : CA



Position involves some amount of travelling.



a. This is a true tech arch role. The resource does not need to be a 100 developer. He needs to have experience in the areas below, but a true onshore tech resource that can perform a number of tech arch type functions defined below

i. Capacity planning

ii. Newtwork… Continue

Added by SUMITA HALDAR on December 17, 2008 at 10:08am — No Comments

Email killed the telephone star . . . ?

From Christmas luxuries to true love, the internet now professes to be an in-house, at-your-fingertips solution for almost anything. Just as the days of the telegram were numbered by the phone, and VHS wound down for DVD, email is quietly swelling as the communication technology of choice. Now web experts www.peoplecompare.co.uk ask whether the ever-growing convenience and popularity of the medium means vocal communication will eventually get a… Continue

Added by Kevyn Robins on December 17, 2008 at 10:03am — 2 Comments

Explaining Medical Sales: Part I

Article Title: Explaining Medical Sales: Part I

Author Byline: the Medical Sales Recruiter

Author Website:



I receive several calls every week from people asking about the difference between sales opportunities in the medical sales field, and which personalities might fit best. So, to address these questions, here is the first part of a 3-part series explaining different types… Continue

Added by Holli Maestas on December 17, 2008 at 9:41am — No Comments

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