Eight people who were once big earners before seeing pink are profiled by Forbes
as an indicator that anyone can reinvent themselves and become more fulfilled.
We see a Senior Vice President at Wellpoint who refused to relo from New Hampshire to Indiana - and the company acquiesced; a web development consultant who fiddles with code on his cell while the barber trims his locks;… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on May 22, 2009 at 8:45am —
Job openings for Siebel Professionals @ Capgemini
Below are the details for your reference.
**Job Responsibilities for Siebel EAI:
• Minimum 3 years of Siebel EAI experience with knowledge on MQ series and webservices
• High knowledge on configuring Integration Objects, Data Mappers; good knowledge on SOAP concepts, XML and web services
• Experience on workflow and scripting is a must.
• Experience on designing real time interface is a… Continue
Added by Ritesh on May 22, 2009 at 8:30am —
At Pan Eight Consulting, we have worked with a number of clients who have experienced candidate or customer data theft in some shape or form.
The economic downturn is leading to an increase in data theft, with recruitment agencies the worst hit sector and most susceptible.
Increasing competition for a diminishing number of client job offers among agencies is causing a rise in data theft.
Based on a recent survey, among recruiters, three quarters of data… Continue
Added by Pan Eight Consulting on May 21, 2009 at 7:26pm —
I rarely get up on my soap box, but man.. this has really annoyed me.
I love my football, I love my sport, I love hearing about it, I love reading about it and basically I cannot get enough. However this month, there has been a couple of issues arising which really sticks in my craw.... (where is my craw by the way?)
Anyway, in the media here, there seems to be a pre-occupation with people losing their jobs, specifically coaches of football clubs. Aren't we in a recession?… Continue
Added by Dan Nuroo on May 21, 2009 at 6:42pm —
It saddens me that there are many recent grads in healthcare and that few facilities are willing to give them an opportunity. While I do understand that it's a matter of investing time and money into someone who may take off within months, healthcare is sorely in need of nurses. Few nurses are interested in teaching because teaching does not pay as well as other areas of nursing, so though there may be men and women interested in becoming nurses getting into nursing school is not easy. Although… Continue
Added by Patricia Craig on May 21, 2009 at 12:30pm —
Let me explain something here to the guys. When you get married, Game Over.
I was playing a video game. It was 2 AM. I was using my Plantronics headset with mic shouting at my team of online gamers (mostly college kids) when all of a sudden my wife pulls the electrical plug.
We were on the last level to slay the Dragon monster and she drops the power strip in my lap. Friggin’ unplugged and offline, my team lost hours worth of… Continue
Added by Michael Glenn on May 21, 2009 at 12:00pm —
We are (www.technodyne.net) looking for an account executive
TechnoDyne is a growing, privately held, IT Consulting Company located in Wayne, NJ. We are looking for an Account Executives with 5+ years of experience to join the team!
These are full time sales professional positions that will be working from home office. They are expected to spend the majority of their time in the field selling in front of the customer. Required to visit our corporate office in Wayne as and… Continue
Added by Ravi Revuri on May 21, 2009 at 10:18am —
Its a little unnerving not to understand twitter and its working... whats with, someone's following you... sounds like I am being stalked... anyone care to explain the concept and make me feel at home here? I post stuff but no one replies! What am I doing wrong.... I try to work with splits.org and reply to posts... same results... no replies... its sad....I try to log on to chat... same thing, no replies... how depressing....but I'm not about giving up... so heres me asking for help... you can… Continue
Added by Louella Machado on May 20, 2009 at 5:29pm —
According to a study by Deloitte LLP, a majority of employers feel that they have a right to know what’s being posted on personal social media sites like Facebook and Twitter
. A rant or negative opinion about a company can end up damaging reputations and divulging secrets valuable to competitors. But most of us can’t help but check up on our personal sites. The most common reasoning for staying active in personal social media goes something… Continue
Added by Louis Bina on May 20, 2009 at 3:45pm —
It sounds like everyone’s worse nightmare…. You go to the office and suddenly realize you’re just wearing underpants, or worse nothing at all. I think we’ve all had that dream, am I right?
BUT, in reality it doesn’t really matter how you’re dressed to affectively present yourself in the BEST positive light. From the comfort of your home (wearing whatever), simply get involved and BRAND yourself as the expert that you WANT to be.
Here’s how I roll in my… Continue
Added by Heather Gardner on May 20, 2009 at 3:22pm —
VCG Operational Excellence Webinar Series: Call for Presenters
Since 2006 VCG has hosted a free online Webinar series targeting staffing and recruiting management-level professionals who are looking for the means to make their staffing or recruiting company invaluable to clients. The crucial factor is Operational Excellence – which will unlock maximum value for you in growth, sales effectiveness and profitability.
We have had subject matter experts in sales,… Continue
Added by Phil McCutchen on May 20, 2009 at 2:39pm —
Spring has sprung!
Birds are chirping, pedestrians are darting out in front of my car, I narrowly avoid running into people on bikes – seriously some of you people are slightly dangerous. Ahhhhh…. Summer is on its way. And to top it off I’m seeing signs of an upswing in the market. WOO HOO!!
Recently, I was fortunate enough to take part in a few events focusing on job hunting, technology, new products, etc. at the Microsoft building in Cambridge, MA. Can we talk about how… Continue
Added by Kelly Moeller on May 20, 2009 at 1:30pm —
The recession we’re in has the media in a frantic tizzy. You can’t read or watch or talk about anything with anyone without the state of the economy coming into play. From a small business marketing viewpoint, it’s really bad, right?
There's more than one way to look at it
Added by Phil McCutchen on May 20, 2009 at 12:14pm —
I often receive tons of email scams (nigerian, russian women, UK lottery winnings) But this is the first to utilize ere.net.
Perhaps not a (fake) member and spidered the email addresses from ERE.
Happy Memorable Day, please pray for our troops!
kelly williams sent you a private message, "hello":
my dearest new friend,
it give me a great honor to contact you after viewing your profile which interest me in… Continue
Added by Salvatore Petrara, CPC on May 20, 2009 at 10:49am —
Marketing a job board is akin to walking a tightrope with two contentious children hanging from either end of your balancing rod. On one side you have your employers, wanting more exposure, better candidates, and yes, their logo in a prominent location. On the other side you have your job seekers, wanting some sort of response from employers, a really great (or at least well-paying) job, and lots of stuff for free.
The challenge? Too many job seekers and you’re most likely spending… Continue
Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on May 20, 2009 at 10:00am —
The Employment Guide, job fair employers, and job-seekers at Citifield have given us reason to believe that the sky is the limit once again for this great nation’s economy and job market. On Thursday, May 14th 2009, at 8am people weren’t lined up outside of the Mets new stomping ground to catch an early game. No, the line was full of Job-Seekers galore looking to hopefully help in the lowering of the tremendous 8.1% unemployment rate (www.labor.state.ny.us/) in New York. Upstairs waiting in the… Continue
Added by John Vincelli on May 20, 2009 at 9:03am —
At last, the convenience of one pond to fish from...
The No.1 career site in Australia and New Zealand exclusive for Recruiters.
Come on in and have a splash around...
Added by Michael Dimopoulos on May 20, 2009 at 5:59am —
When you think of the common traits of a recruiter, you typically think about many; driven, motivated, gregarious, talkative, hard working....the list can go on. This list will be full of strong adjectives and can become quite the long list.
I have boiled the traits of a recruiter down into two: Fight or Flight.
A fighter is in it to win, takes the punches, takes his/her bumps, rides the coaster up and down. When pushed/backed into the corner, this person will come out… Continue
Added by Alex Putman on May 19, 2009 at 9:44pm —
A lot of buzz has been generated around the term, "web 2.0" lately. Over the past year or two, the term was coined to define the evolving nature of how we interact with each other through the internet. With the advent of blogging, social networks, and other interactive features, we can easily connect with people all over the world. When is the last time you looked in the newspaper for a job? Probably not recently. In fact, web 2.0 strategies are spilling over into the job hunting and recruiting… Continue
Added by Michael Meisner on May 19, 2009 at 4:46pm —
You are reading further than the initial headline for a reason. You want to believe. You want a little taste of something that has been sadly absent from business in America of late, positivity. Yesterday, I had a person tell me that he thinks that the United States may never recover, that we may never get back to where we were. The timbre of business conversations harkens back to the “Dot Bomb” fiasco several years ago, only magnified. The damage to the American psyche intensifies every day we… Continue
Added by Kendall Messner on May 19, 2009 at 3:55pm —