When working with a Recruiter it is always a good idea to follow these simples tips to ensure that everyone gets the best out of the situation. 1) Take time to know the Recruiter before meeting with them. Make sure they handle the type of opportunities you are looking for, whether it be temporary or permanent. Also make sure they handle the discipline you need such as; Accounting, Finance, IT, Sales, Medical, etc.
2) Fees are almost always paid… Continue
Added by Kunin Associates on May 11, 2009 at 12:45pm —
As a belated mother's day gift to the mothers on the board...
Top 10 Reasons Mothers Make the Best Recruiters:
10. We’ve been lied to by enough men and children to know exactly what a lie looks like before it even gets out of a hiring manager or candidate’s mouth.
9. We’ve spent most of our lives surrounded by whiners so we are able to tune out anything annoying.
8. The meanest hiring managers/executives/company owners are not intimidating to a woman… Continue
Added by See_Jane_Recruit on May 11, 2009 at 11:59am —
Opinions may vary, but there is little doubt that Bill Gates has built, and continues to build, a very successful company. I find his secrets and his business strategies to be interesting and helpful:
1. Think and do. The bottom line is results. Thinking is a means to an end – and that end is action. You must take action to get results.
2. Only hire very, very smart people. The biggest problem with mediocre people is that they take up space that could be occupied by brilliant… Continue
Added by Ann Clifford on May 11, 2009 at 11:30am —
I hope everyone had a great weekend and that all RBC moms got lots of love. This Monday we have two special posts including an in depth expose on the Recruiting Animal here:
"Is he a beast? A predator? A caged animal pissed off with Gen Y whiners and the recruiting world?"
And a straightforward question from a flummoxed recruiter… Continue
Added by Ann Clifford on May 11, 2009 at 11:28am —
It was almost a year ago when I was digging through various search strings running in an uncountable number of tabs within my browser that it struck me how powerful the browser could really be for recruiters willing to take advantage of it. Of course at that point I was only thinking about bookmarks and Firefox
plugins, so of course the little monster that resides inside my head just pointed to toolbars and… Continue
Added by RecruiterGuy on May 11, 2009 at 9:30am —
As a recent applicant for a position with IST Management, the recruiting manager in the Upper Midwest was very rude and obviously not a professional, representing his company. To summarize this occurance, Mr. Charles Beasley responded to my resume in a very offensive manner. Regardless of the current economy, representatives from companies need to be professional in their correspondence.
If you are aware of any companies, who use this business, please inform them this company is… Continue
Added by Chris on May 11, 2009 at 2:24am —
Job Type : Full Time / Permanent
Experience : 7 To 15+ Years
POSITION: Product Head: Retail Loyalty Analytics
REPORTS TO: Line of Business Leader (LOB Leader)
EXPERIENCE: 7 years and beyond
EDUCATION: Bachelors' degree in technical disciplines and MBA in Marketing & IT preferred
POSITION LOCATION: Bangalore
Manthan is looking for a candidate with product management… Continue
Added by Amit Gupta on May 9, 2009 at 3:35am —
Microstrategy Lead – Bangalore
Job Description :
Experience: 4+ Years
Understanding Requirement Mapping Data Model to Reports Able to build complex reports using Microstrategy Proficient in Design and creating Attributes, Facts, Complex Metrics ( Metric Qualifications, Compound Metrics, Smart Metrics, Prompts (Objects, Metrics, etc) etc Proficient in building complex reports (Incorporating hide/unhide data, Totals/Subtotals, using complex… Continue
Added by Amit Gupta on May 9, 2009 at 3:29am —
1. Title: Microstrategy Architect
2. Experience: Overall IT experience of 6+ years 3. Job Profile: (Detailed Description)
Should have worked on a BI project end-to-end using Microstrategy as the BI tool. Provide consulting support to achieve account objectives and production success. Services include: product installation and implementation, enhancement, integration or audit to meet customer business requirements Perform data modeling, application development, technical product… Continue
Added by Amit Gupta on May 9, 2009 at 3:20am —
Job Type : Full Time / Permanent
Experience : 15+ To 15+ Years
Title : Head Testing - BD
Location : Bangalore
Experience : 16 Years +
Testing practice head – some on with 16 - 20yrs exp, good at operation or sales or presales, or some one who has headed the testing group of atleast close to 200 +
Well for the testing head, we are keener to look at some Sr. Business development person… Continue
Added by Amit Gupta on May 9, 2009 at 3:19am —
Job Type : Full Time / Permanent
Experience : 5 To 15+ Years
We have 10 multiple role in Remedy Development for Pune. We are looking for more of remedy development experience. Salary ranges from 10 L to 30 L.
Remedy development experience is must to have with Patrol and ARS.
Please reach out for me at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call me at 9717690088
Added by Amit Gupta on May 9, 2009 at 3:18am —
Hi I am looking for a EMC Document science / xpression --- Developer / Architect
Location : Trenton / NJ
Duration : 6 - 12 Months
WebSphere IBM , APF
· Solid understanding of Document Sciences xPression services platform
· Experience in integrating xPression with various Enterprise Content Management systems
· Experience in integrating xPression with advanced printing services
· Ability to design… Continue
Added by Gunjan on May 8, 2009 at 5:30pm —
Surprisingly, the first step to choosing an Applicant Tracking System is not actually looking at the different options out there. As brought up by the folks at Aon Consulting
, the first step to implementing an ATS is looking internally to determine exactly what you need. This may take some time and effort (two things people are not usually eager to give up) but in the long run it will actually make the… Continue
Added by Louis Bina on May 8, 2009 at 5:29pm —
Who the Hell is the Recruiting Animal
Is he a beast? A predator? A caged animal pissed off with Gen Y whiners and the recruiting world?
He is a grown-ass man that spends a lot of time on Twitter, and Recruiting blogs. Nobody knows if he is married, has kids, or even has an income for that matter, but he is one of the most influential names in the… Continue
Added by Michael Glenn on May 8, 2009 at 4:30pm —
There are many open source products available to the Human Resources community, but I feel as though many HR professionals are unaware of how these free software products can be implemented and beneficial to their organization. As we try to maintain our budgets and businesses in this tumultuous time, it is important to know what free software options are out there for HR professionals and how they can be utilized within their organizations.
Open source tools may be the closest… Continue
Added by Dayna Racow on May 8, 2009 at 2:26pm —
San Clemente, Ca 92673
949.690.9947 – email@example.com
Objective: Seeking work in the area of staffing, recruitment, headhunting, and or names research. I’m experienced in semiconductors, 802.11x modems, networking hardware, HD video, optics, healthcare, pharma, medical devices, software.
Successful and creative senior recruiter with… Continue
Added by Rachelle Munson on May 8, 2009 at 2:06pm —
I've read a lot of blogs and articles and have sat in on countless webinars and seminars about what makes a "good" candidate and how to prep them for interviews and you know what--so much of it is so superficial it makes me want to vomit. Whatever happened to hiring people based on merit? Education, skills, training, on-the-job experience doesn't count for enough now. You also have to be pretty, charming, witty, drive a nice car, wear a nice suit, shake hands, smile, kiss babies--when did… Continue
Added by See_Jane_Recruit on May 8, 2009 at 12:28pm —
Willy dips Skoal, hunts, drives a tractor and is missing a finger. But he has a great personality and extreme likeability factor too.
When he is not outdoors killing defenseless animals he is updating his Facebook account. We are like his livestock and he is constantly feeding us daily tidbits and photos.
The single most incredible fact about Willy is that women love him. On his wall posts women leave flirty posts and even going so far to ask him out. That’s unheard of in… Continue
Added by Michael Glenn on May 8, 2009 at 12:00pm —
If HMOs were developed to drive normally well-adjusted sick people over the edge, then I would posit that the typical ATS was designed to make a job seeker sink into deep and utter despair.
Yes, I understand why an ATS is a useful - in some cases, necessary - part of a company’s career site, particularly in these days of few jobs and many applicants.
Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on May 8, 2009 at 10:33am —
Interesting thing happened to me this week. I ran into an old colleague in a coffee shop (that's not the interesting thing) but he said something to me which resonated a bit. He said "Nuroo.... man, I feel I know more about you now that I did when we worked together, with your blogs, your twittering and your facebook stuff."
We laughed it off, however it got me thinking. "That's pretty sad isn't it?" Was I not open enough? Was our communication that poor? or is it just a comment on… Continue
Added by Dan Nuroo on May 8, 2009 at 10:26am —