Liposuctioning unwanted blubber out of pampered Los Angelenos may not seem like a dream job, but it has its perks. Free fuel is one of them.
"The vast majority of my patients request that I use their fat for fuel--and I have more fat than I can use. Not only do they get to lose their love handles or chubby belly but they get to take part in saving the Earth."
This plastic surgeon is… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on December 22, 2008 at 6:30am —
"Know your client & your clients business & ethics and be part of their company" I find this has always worked and the trust that you develop stands you outside of the normal recruitment box
Added by Kevin Muddell on December 22, 2008 at 3:41am —
Based on my agency background, here are my top five reasons:
– When you are a third-party recruiter (TPR), issues arise and you must be solutions-focused to move forward and recover quickly. Anticipate all possible scenarios in the hiring process and do not react emotionally.
2. Continuous learning
– We are very lucky to have so many leaders and experts in our field (especially on http://www.RecruitingBlogs.com - shameless plug) that willing to… Continue
Added by Jenny DeVaughn on December 22, 2008 at 12:59am —
What makes me a Smart Recruiter? Recruitingblogs.com makes me a smart recruiter and all of you make me a smart recruiter. Let’s face it, we all share somewhat of the same drive and attributes as recruiters. Some just succeed a little more than others.
So what makes me different? Honestly, not much. But one day oh probably a little more than a year ago, I had some great conversations with some guy who had a vision. A vision to create a home for recruiters like you and I. A home where… Continue
Added by Ryan Leary on December 21, 2008 at 11:00pm —
Open to contract (short-term, long-term, whatev!) or full-time. Check out my VisualCV and let's talk: firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Dennis Smith on December 21, 2008 at 3:30pm —
What makes me a smart recruiter......
1. I realize this is a game of "finding" not "creating".
A lot of recruiters pay lip service to the old "round hole, square peg" line about the business, but only the ones who get it know deep down that this is a game of finding, not creating. There is a right job for every person and a right person (or more appropriately, right persons) for every job. I drive my business by focusing on finding the right fit, not trying to make what I… Continue
Added by Todd Kmiec on December 21, 2008 at 8:10am —
1. I interview every candidate - thoroughly - to understand who they are, what they want, and why I should introduce them to my clients' jobs
2. I never lie to clients or candidates - integrity is a key ingredient
3. I understand my clients' jobs - I ask questions & dig deep
4. I practice continuing education - we should never stop learning
5. I keep good records - make good use of my database
Added by Joe Peters on December 21, 2008 at 5:13am —
After the long hours and hard work of our team, ReferYes will launch in private beta in early January.
ReferYes is a referral marketplace where a network of sourcers provides recruiters with information about qualified candidates that fit the employer’s criteria for a certain job opening. In ReferYes anyone can become a sourcer, simply refer friends, colleagues, or anybody who would be suitable for the job, or if you are a recruiter, post jobs for free to receive quality referrals to… Continue
Added by Rami Madi on December 21, 2008 at 5:00am —
Digging Into RecruitingBlogs.com v1.30: Predictions
(Dec 19, 2008) As the year winds down, prognosticators all over the world run their greedy little hands together. Now is the time for impressive feats of crystal ball gazing and hearty forecasting. Since no one has been speculating about the future of RBC, it seems like a good time and place to get the ball rolling.
I'm going to give you ten predictions about social media, Recruiting and RBC. I encourage you to disagree or… Continue
Added by John Sumser on December 21, 2008 at 12:00am —
Chronos has been retained to fill telecoms roles with a listed company in Canada, USA, Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Chile and Argentina. If anyone is interested please contact me or email@example.com. Further details on the LATAM Group here on RecruitingBlogs or www.chronosconsulting.com
Added by Dr Simon Harding on December 20, 2008 at 2:00pm —
What da effin heck is goin on heeah?
The coffee that Tony Sourcerano’s just sipped misted heavily across his 27-inch LCD computer screen as the Glock symbol he used as a mouse pointer helped scroll the Flash scheme that talked of a recruiting challenge at RecruitFest2009.
Hey Bella, what is dis? A friggen professional conference or an ad for da ASPCA? What’s next – find dis guy Jason’s freakin’ squatted earls? Fuhgedaboudit!
Tony shook his head and… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on December 20, 2008 at 9:04am —
JohnMarch Partners, a boutique healthcare search consultancy based in downtown Dallas, was awarded multiple search assignments by a UAE firm working under contract with the UAE government. We beat out several of the major firms for this assignment. Not only is the work very profitable, there is a good possibility that our academic practice will pick up related assignments.
How did we get the engagement? Believe it or not, it was not that hard. And the account acquisition costs were… Continue
Added by John G. Self on December 20, 2008 at 9:00am —
We have over 40 locations in the world in an integrated network so that we can refer work and leads to each office. This includes our main US office in Chicago. If you are a US recruiter who comes across international opportunities that you just can't fill becuase you are in one location please let me know as we are open to really fair fee shares. Bigger companies may be too arrogant or too corporate to share and smaller companies don't have the network. This system has been working for us and… Continue
Added by Dr Simon Harding on December 20, 2008 at 3:08am —
There is available position in my industry and i need the applicant from Recruitingblogs so fortunate applicants should contact directly via email for more information.
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Added by Dr Robert Moore on December 20, 2008 at 1:30am —
Dec. 19, 2008 – El Monte, Calif. – Lee B. Salz, a Minneapolis-based sales management guru and president of Sales Architects, has won a 2008 Sales Book Awards Silver Medal for his book, “Soar Despite Your Dodo Sales Manager
,” according to WBusiness Books, Salz’s publisher.
Salz’s book took a Silver Medal in the Sales Motivation Category. Additionally, his book was among the top 12 Landslide Sales Book of the Year… Continue
Added by Lee Salz on December 19, 2008 at 5:42pm —
I just love creative license! Five reasons why I'm a smart recruiter:
1. I listen (no, really listen) until I can visualize myself doing the job
2. I eat my frog first (tackle the toughest tasks early) makes the rest of the day amazing!
3. I am disciplined - I keep office hours sacred, don't mix work and personal stuff and calculate the time/value of everything I do.
4. I love people!
5. I return EVERY phone call, respond to EVERY email and am honest with my… Continue
Added by Kimberly Lucas on December 19, 2008 at 5:10pm —
Howdy there - each Friday CruiterTalk will feature a segment call Friday Fun. A time to share some light news, fun links etc. Please feel free to pass anything on and I will include a link back to you for your submission.
So, lets have some search engine fun today... Check it out below. You can also view the full site for the entire battle at:
Added by Ryan Leary on December 19, 2008 at 3:57pm —
The decision to start my own firm.
This gave me the freedom to make a boatload of mistakes (and not get fired), but it also allowed me to innovate in terms of creating a rigorous candidate screening process and comprehensive dossiers with video summaries of my candidate interviews. Established search firms, like most established businesses, are not willing innovators.
That is one reason...
However, here is the truth: I am a smart recruiter because I have a great… Continue
Added by John G. Self on December 19, 2008 at 2:00pm —
This is an interesting contest, and since it is pretty random who will win anyway, it will be fun to see what everyone else thinks about themselves! :)
1. My motto is: "It is not just about who you know, but how well you keep in touch with them".
I live by this motto, and more recently this has proven extremely important with my recent lay off
and job search (as well as soul search). You… Continue
Added by Steve on December 19, 2008 at 1:44pm —
See the previous post to this series here.
So here we go! I have met with some fantastic organizations this past week. So far, as predicted, all have come from networking. I have received about 3 phone calls from the job boards this past week, but after calling me, the lower ranges of income that seem to be prevalent here in Utah came up within minutes of starting the conversation. As a result we… Continue
Added by Steve on December 19, 2008 at 12:53pm —