To the recruiter from India's point, how do you expect to get good talent if you don't keep up with industry standards? Well, there actually is a way to do this. In fact, it's as easy as understanding your own employee's engagement to your company, understanding EXACTLY what kind of employee is best for your company, and communicating in the right spaces with the right message to reach the right people and motivate them to apply. If you don't pay as well as other companies, but you have a very… Continue
Added by Jason C. Blais on October 2, 2008 at 9:30am —
What it Takes to Build the Team of Your Dreams
Have you ever thought you hired the workplace version of John Wayne, only to find out you’ve been duped and ended up with a Woody Allen? Poor hiring decisions are costly mistakes that can range from 150 percent to 300 percent of an employee’s base salary. Financial losses include expenses associated with hiring and training, low employee morale and decreased productivity. Plus, poor hiring choices frequently lead to infraction of client… Continue
Added by Margaret Graziano on October 2, 2008 at 5:05am —
"Dayak is an online recruiting marketplace that matches employers to professionally trained recruiters throughout the country."
- Allan Sabol
Kicking off the first of HRmarketer's interviews from the Onrec 2008 Conference and Exposition which recently took place in Chicago, Illinois, we bring… Continue
Added by Jonathan Goodman on October 1, 2008 at 11:32pm —
It’s 11:30 PM on October 1st, 2008. I am at my desk in Raleigh tweaking searches, sending email to group moderators, guys in Germany, linkedIn InMails . . . Why? . . . because I have an exceptionally high priority client in FL that is looking for an SEM/BPS Manager and Project Manager for their team. It’s a very good gig for sure . . . a beautiful campus in sunny Florida, an on-site gym, jogging trails, a private chef, SAP BI accelerator - good stuff. The trouble is it’s a direct hire role with… Continue
Added by Casey Morris on October 1, 2008 at 11:30pm —
Have any of you been hung up on today? I have at least 5 times but still going strong
Added by recruitfinder.net on October 1, 2008 at 4:37pm —
Have you ever noticed that there are some people who know how to "work" every situation they are in? They always get right to the front of the line, get the best tables at restaurants, find the perfect power suit within ten minutes of walking into a clothing store, and step off gravity-defying roller coasters with nary a hair out of place.
I've observed these people; I am not ONE of them. If I have a choice of two lines at the grocery store, both of them approximately equal in terms… Continue
Added by Nancy Ford on October 1, 2008 at 4:30pm —
I have several new openings to share with the Recruiting Blogs team.
Oracle Apps Developer - MUST have Oracle eBusiness Apps Development experience
Oracle Reports Developer - MUST have Oracle eBusiness Reports Development experience
Oracle Apps DBA
IT Sales/Pre-sales Eng - must be G&G person
Geoscience Support - again...must have Geophysical/Geoscience background
SAP FICO Functional
Added by Kent Sims on October 1, 2008 at 4:30pm —
Sr. PM needed for International Banking client in Wash, DC
I need to have by Friday – Intech Job # 21393
Long term project at least through end of 2009
Client: Washington, DC
*Bonus to secrure the Job: Experience with Hardware upgrade of the Numerix Environment, Accurate Software Upgrade
-4+ years as a project manager, 10 years overall experience. Must be able to write project plans and execute the plan,… Continue
Added by David B. Assadi on October 1, 2008 at 4:30pm —
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 relations.
EDUCATION & CERTIFICATION
MS, Human Resource Management Expected… Continue
Added by PAUL on October 1, 2008 at 3:51pm —
If I told you there was a very good way to DECREASE your chances of getting a job in medical sales (laboratory sales, pharmaceutical sales, clinical diagnostics sales, imaging sales, DNA products sales, hospital equipment sales, medical device sales, surgical supplies sales, or any healthcare sales) BY OVER 30%, you’d want to know what it was so you could avoid that at all costs, right? Here it is: it’s your Facebook page. Or your MySpace page, or other social networking site… Continue
Added by Peggy McKee on October 1, 2008 at 12:00pm —
So I posted yesterday about how some companies are missing the boat for what is more than likely one of two reasons. (If you want the reasons, hit that article here
.) But just like we were taught as children, when we point a finger at someone we subsequently point 3 back at ourselves. (try it!)
Today's article is a challenge to anyone lurking or spectating. The challenge is to those that read blogs, watch… Continue
Added by RecruiterGuy on October 1, 2008 at 12:00pm —
Video Killed the Microsoft stock.
NO, I don't mean Stock as in stock market or wall street trading, I mean stock like Microsoft stock photo's. I have been conducting a lot of "brand scans" lately, looking for the best and worst examples of career websites to use in my Employment Branding presentations - and I must say I am amazed that many of the people on these career sites are the same..... Same ethnicity, same clothes, same happy faces, same everything. If companies really believe… Continue
Added by Lizz on October 1, 2008 at 11:29am —
Practical as ever, this week Claudia gives some good advice to a recruiter who is about to open a can of worms. How would you wiggle out of this one: Caught in the Crossfire?
Happy Wednesday! Ami G
Added by Amitai Givertz on October 1, 2008 at 11:06am —
I went back to the office to get my car after dinner with friends a few nights ago, and had to use the bathroom. When I came out, I could hear the owner of the firm in a really heated argument with my boss, who was actually getting fired. I left immediately, and don't think they even knew I was there. The next day my boss was at work like nothing was wrong at all. I think the owner is a jerk, and I really like my boss. If he leaves I want to work wherever he goes… Continue
Added by Claudia Faust on October 1, 2008 at 8:21am —
Added by Steve Levy on October 1, 2008 at 7:02am —
Generally speaking, when it comes to any software solution for Web business, we often ask ourselves: what is the best option? There are so many offers, which one should you choose? Moreover, building an online job board requires much effort today, since the market is heavily competitive. So you, as a site owner, should offer something unique to your online recruitment service users.
You know who never asks this question? Developers who can make there own software. Since we are not… Continue
Added by Rodion on October 1, 2008 at 2:15am —
Wow talk about....going in circles..thats what it felt like today......lets go to happy hour...
Added by recruitfinder.net on September 30, 2008 at 11:01pm —
Most people know us for our work with medical sales! But we do about 15% to 20% of our placements within the technical support groups. So medical technologist, histologist, the molecular field applications, the field (or onsite) service engineer (bmet/cbet) or EE are key persons that we are interested in getting to know. We had a gentleman (bmet) separating from the military that contacted us from Germany! We placed him within 2 weeks of him landing here in the states. I asked him who else he… Continue
Added by Peggy McKee on September 30, 2008 at 9:30pm —
If you have paid any attention to the news these last two weeks, you would already know about all the mass layoffs that have been taking place across the country. In this weeks BINC.TV episode we talk about what to do if you are faced with an unexpected layoff. To find out more visit www.askbinc.com
Added by BINC Search on September 30, 2008 at 5:07pm —
You hit the snooze button on your alarm clock for just few more minutes. You are not sure if you want to get out of bed and head to your office. It is cold outside and the commute is an hour and half by bus. After all, you know what's going to happen. You will search for candidates for chewed-out "requirements," submit couple of candidates and wait for a feedback. In between, you will email lots of candidates with no responses. You will leave so many voice mails and no call backs. You then… Continue
Added by Tirtis on September 30, 2008 at 4:00pm —