I have two cars - one that I'm passionate about (1981 Fiat Spider Turbo - MINT) and a SUV. The Italian love affair only comes out of the garage on special occasions (under 100k miles on original engine) and the SUV is the daily driver. As a result the SUV needed new tires recently and I wanted some time with my youngest daughter - so on Saturday we made a day of it, dropping off the car and sporting our backpacks down the street to grab some ice cream and hang out at the local book… Continue
Added by RecruiterGuy on October 15, 2008 at 9:30am —
08.10.15: LISTEN HERE
Gen Y, Multi-Tasking, Transactional Recruiting, Facebook Recruiting, no value in blogging, free software to speed up your computer.
On The Couch: Jerry Albright
, Carl Chapman
, Maureen Sharib
Gen Y:… Continue
Added by Recruiting Animal on October 15, 2008 at 9:00am —
If leadership is "the art of getting others to want to struggle for shared aspirations" (Kouzes & Posner) where does that leave recruiting?
Added by Steve Levy on October 15, 2008 at 8:21am —
I receive a monthly e-newsletter from the fine folks at Contented Cows
and religiously read their blog
. The following is in their current newsletter and is a wonderful read. If you like it, please read my previous post on Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
and consider making even the smallest of donations.… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on October 15, 2008 at 7:13am —
When I first started sourcing a dozen or so years ago I remember the namby-pambiness of my sourcing. Afraid to rock the boat, I shied away from asking too many questions of my information sources, afraid I’d hear something that I didn’t want to hear. If I was on a trail I didn’t want that trail to end in a dead-end or even be broken. In the early days, I heard what I wanted to hear!
Soon I came to realize this wasn’t going to cut the… Continue
Added by Maureen Sharib on October 15, 2008 at 5:00am —
I have so many thoughts scurrying through my head this evening as the writer's pen beckoned to me yet again. A blog is so enlightening to see what is trully in your heart, and really define for you what matters more than anything. As my days at Solutions Partners have gone forward I have come to love and further respect my colleagues. They are full of incredible backgrounds, professionals of the highest ethical caliber, and possess a confidence and skill that make me sit back in… Continue
Added by Mike Rasmussen on October 15, 2008 at 3:00am —
From my friend Neil Dornbaum in New Jersey; you can sign up for his monthly immigration email newsletter. It's great info and Neil is viewed as one of the best. His contact info and the address of the website is at the end of this post.
"U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has increased the maximum period of time a Trade-NAFTA (TN) professional worker from Canada or Mexico may remain in the United States before seeking readmission or obtaining an extension of… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on October 14, 2008 at 8:43pm —
There is a nice article posted last week by Eric Brantner on DigitalLabz.com entitled 10 Secrets of the Best Social Media Users
. It is a terrific list for businesses wanting to use the (less and less) alternative marketing conduit of Social Media. Most of it applies to individuals for promoting your personal brand as well. Here is the list:
1. Do Your Research- Every successful… Continue
Added by Craig Fisher on October 14, 2008 at 4:00pm —
Multiposting a blog about the 2nd Annual Recuiting Excellence, Brussels http://kurl.nl?41B4
Added by Gordon Lokenberg on October 14, 2008 at 12:20pm —
My name is Rajeev and I am a Resource Manager-RPO / Recruting Team Lead at Encore RPO. I am new this blog and also would like to expand my network in linkedin. Interested professionals can send me the request to ( http://www.linkedin.com/in/rajeevcoduru ).
As, I have crossed my Add requests-limitations and I'll gladly accept all the requests.
Looking forward for your kind reply.
Added by Rajeev C on October 14, 2008 at 11:12am —
Client is seeking a talented and motivated embedded software engineer to work on the design and implementation of embedded systems firmware for a complex material handling systems deployed in large-scale customer warehouse solutions. The ideal candidate will have a solid foundation in computer science, controls for complex electro-mechanical system designs, embedded operating systems, possess good communication skills, and enjoy problem solving both… Continue
Added by Rajeev C on October 14, 2008 at 11:01am —
Client is seeking a talented and motivated individual to contribute to the customer engagement process as a System Engineer. The individual is responsible for managing the evolving product feature sets across the entire customer base. Working with customer operations and engineering personnel either on-site or remotely, and with in-house engineering teams. System Engineers tune systems and operational practice to maximize system performance and output. System… Continue
Added by Rajeev C on October 14, 2008 at 11:01am —
Our client is a rapidly growing robotics company that is revolutionizing supply chain operations. Their customers are large retailers, catalog operators, e-commerce and other companies that ship products to consumers, businesses and retail stores.
Client is seeking a talented and motivated individual to contribute to the customer engagement process as a Solutions Analyst. The Solutions Analyst will be responsible for supporting design efforts led by… Continue
Added by Rajeev C on October 14, 2008 at 10:59am —
Today is the MagicMethod Phone Sourcing Classroom Chat over on the MagicMethod network at noon (EST). This week's topic is related to the last few business development discussions - we'll be searching for new products sourcers can offer to help their customers in these changing and challenging times. Please come here
at noon (EST).
Did you know MagicMethod phone sourcing class has been in session since… Continue
Added by Maureen Sharib on October 14, 2008 at 6:30am —
One of my friends of 30+ years, Bob Adler, lost his wife to cancer
on April 25, 2007. Bob and I still spend our weekends during the summer lifeguarding at Jones Beach
; as is common amongst lifeguards, our families seamlessly blend together and I consider his loss, my loss.
Perhaps it wasn't always the case but as… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on October 13, 2008 at 6:00pm —
If you would be given a chance to create your own recruiters profile on Monster or any other job board, would you do it? The profile would be your page on that job board, with a number of customizable elements like the profile on RecruitingBlogs.com or LinkedIN has.
How about being able to create groups, to link the people in your company, or with your interests. How about job hunters being able to create the profile on the site as well, with various levels of the content published… Continue
Added by Ivan Stojanovic on October 13, 2008 at 3:43pm —
I am a Technical Recruiter working for a staffing company….
Location : Seattle,WA
-Bachelor's degree required.
-Requires at least 10 years of relevant experience –
-5 years of experience working in fast track high performance environment. –
-5 years of experience as SQL Server DBA/developer including data staging,
creating/maintaining/monitoring databases, creating/maintaining/monitoring database user
accounts, backup/recovery,… Continue
Added by Sowmya R on October 13, 2008 at 2:30pm —
OK, so this title isn’t nearly as cool as the title of the article I want to talk about: How to Headhunt the Headhunters, by Tara Weiss from Forbes.com. But, that’s the way it goes. The article got my attention and it has some great information I want to pass along to you.
First, don’t just send your resume out indiscriminately. I get the concept of “flooding the market” with your info, but it just doesn’t work.
What does work? Find a recruiter who specializes in your… Continue
Added by Peggy McKee on October 13, 2008 at 11:00am —
Say "Hello" to Julia Stone who Dave introduces us to in this weeks' column, a gamer in more sense than one! Meet Julia Stone, Humanity Purveyor: From Toilet Paper to Systems Admin is Born a Networking Specialist
Missed last's weeks top posts? Here they are in this week's blog round-up: That was the week that… Continue
Added by Amitai Givertz on October 13, 2008 at 7:52am —
It's so simple, and so few candidates do this. And the higher up the management chain the candidate is, the more effective they can be using this strategy. Interestingly, the higher up the management chain the candidate is, the LESS LIKELY they are to actually do this! It's such an easy way to stand out, such an easy way to get priority and additional help from recruiters.
But you've got to adopt a different paradigm - Flip your old way of thinking 180 degrees.
Stop even… Continue
Added by Candice Arnold on October 13, 2008 at 6:30am —