In between some satire, there always seems to be some seriousness in conversations about online authority. Some social media participants want to measure this stuff, even if it for the sole purpose of vanity or perhaps selling snake oil.
There is enough of it that Jennifer Leggio lent a near perfect expose entitled "Twitter popularity does not equal business acumen" on ZDNet. The article mentions several reasons that online popularity doesn't equal much of anything. Her hope was to… Continue
Added by Rich on December 30, 2008 at 1:30pm —
Want to be a smart recruiter? Do the OPPOSITE of this!
- Fling resumes at job orders without talking to candidates. Clients LOVE receiving unqualified resumes and Candidates Love having their resume sent to companies without your permission.
- Submit candidate resumes to clients without qualifying them.
- Do NOT under ANY circumstances waste your time keeping the submitted candidate apprised of the status of the job order!
- And for heaven's sake,…
Added by PJ Cunningham on December 30, 2008 at 1:25pm —
My name is Andrew Merola. My company is called G&M Healthcare and we specialize in staffing permanent Healthcare professionals. We are located in Pittsburgh, PA providing our services nationwide. At this point I am trying to utilize the power of blogging to incorporate business opportunities for professionals far and wide. With shortages across the US as per health care professionals, I think there is going to be a time to unite with other companies/organizations… Continue
Added by Andrew Merola on December 30, 2008 at 11:59am —
I am looking for an executive chef position for Indianapolis, IN or surrounding area. I have a person who has moved from Mississippi to Indianapolis. Positions that would be considered: teaching at a culinary school, food development, executive chef, management. Please let me know if you would like for me to forward a resume.
Added by Deborah Denman on December 30, 2008 at 11:23am —
This is a blog post that I wrote for my healthcare Board Chairs and Hospital CEOs in September. Before I discovered this wonder group. As we prepare to jump to 2009, I thought I would share it with you, my colleagues, in hopes of generating some comment on how we can move recruitment to the next level of performance in 2009.
The definition of a good leader is a work of art.
The definition of a bad leader is a tragedy.
A major hospital is ready to… Continue
Added by John G. Self on December 30, 2008 at 9:30am —
Reposting from JobMob:
If you wrote or saw one blog post in 2008 that you thought could help someone find a job more than any other blog post, which post was it?
Join in! This group project has something for everyone.
How to share your best job search tips from 2008
Are you a blogger?
If you’ve already blogged in 2008 about job search tips, choose your best blog post and enter it below.
If you haven’t yet blogged about job… Continue
Added by Jacob Share on December 30, 2008 at 9:00am —
Okay, so she's not 16 (perhaps a multiple but as one who is also a multiple of 16...plus - I can say these things) but it's still her birthday. Who?
may be a Princess (fine, a Goddess) but Happy Birthday to the real Queen of Sourcing
Are you one? Are you two? Are you... Whew, I'm tired already!
Added by Steve Levy on December 30, 2008 at 7:35am —
1. I connect with my clients with my personality and technical knowledge
2. I make mistakes
3. I know my limitations and areas to over-deliver
4. I keep up to date with the industry as a whole, knowing which companies are growing, contracting, folding, or meeting milestones
5. I maintain relationships with other leading recruiters within my verticle to maximize revenue
Added by Kalch on December 30, 2008 at 1:59am —
The best person to sell a new job to a candidate is the one who is actually doing the job right now. Selling by brochure, by company values, or by marketing material is simply less effective.
Instinctively we all agree with this, but how do we know it is true?. Surely there is value to selling the company hard, and creating some excitement about the position. Well, there is actual research to back the idea that an honest approach is the best approach.
The psychological… Continue
Added by Frank Mulligan on December 30, 2008 at 1:52am —
Added by Preeti Singh on December 30, 2008 at 12:49am —
Well, here is the last of my weekly That was the week that was...
round-ups for the year. Starting next week we'll have a slightly tweaked format...I hope you'll continue to enjoy your Monday morning read!
I want to say a whopping great Thank You!
to everyone that adds to the mix here at RBC...there just ain't nothin' like it!
Happy New Year, one and all -… Continue
Added by Amitai Givertz on December 29, 2008 at 11:30pm —
Added by Steve Levy on December 29, 2008 at 9:44pm —
A brilliant yet (smart) recruiter goes beyond the obvious in qualifying not only the candidate(s) but the client(s) as well. Where some recruiters fall short is in not truly knowing both the client and candidate to make the deal happen.
Now please understand that not all clients and candidates are truthful in acceptance and intentions and/or other offers, etc; now some clients don’t like to share other candidates skill sets (ranking in better qualified candidates) in the process. A… Continue
Added by Raoul Q on December 29, 2008 at 7:54pm —
ABC, NBC and Fox all drawing around a million viewers less each night than they did last season. CBS is the one network that has improved from last season, up 1% in viewership.
Among the 18-to-49-year-old audience sought by advertisers, there are also declines. Both ABC and Fox are down 14%, while NBC is down 9% and CBS is down 3%.
Yet advertisers are still plowing money into… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on December 29, 2008 at 7:05pm —
What motivates me and makes me a smart Recruiter is that I consider it an honor to be a catalyst, facilitating the meeting of people who need each other, so that they can move forward together to accomplish their personal, professional and financial goals.
I am sincerely curious about people and they love that attention. I really do want to know who they are deeply and I give them the time and space to reveal themselves to me. This enables me to make strong matches. It creates trust… Continue
Added by Lisa Williams on December 29, 2008 at 5:11pm —
Honest, intelligent and possessing the ability to network & care about people while being extremely self-motivated with a commitment to do the work that is required to exceed goals by keeping a constant focus on winning -- that is what makes me a smart recruiter! . . .Yeah, I know. . winning means a lot of things. . .don't be so literal :)
Added by Melissa Holmes on December 29, 2008 at 5:00pm —
Every day I strive to educate my company about the Magic Triangle - Time - Cost - Quality. I am a Recruiting Manager for a small Government Contractor in the DC area and I have Program Managers call me on a Friday and want 3 Top Secret cleared Data Architects with 7 to 10 years experience screened, interviewed and closed by the following Monday (this is a real life experience). And oh by the way, did I mention that it was for a 6 month contract? And the salary range is $70K to $80K? I mean, I… Continue
Added by Laraine Spears on December 29, 2008 at 4:30pm —
Because I understand that in order to play the games I like to play, drive the truck (yes - truck) I like to drive and live like I enjoying living - I must ring the cash register.
Yes - I have said it. It isn't about getting along or wanting the best for everyone!
It is about ringing the cash register.
Making the sale - sending the invoice and cashing the check.
I don't like to be told what to do - therefore - must be self employeed.
I like the finer… Continue
Added by Peggy McKee on December 29, 2008 at 3:31pm —
. I am passionate about helping others, and do whatever I can to help my candidates. I go the extra mile to assist them in finding new opportunities, even if it does not directly benefit my pocketbook.
. I thoroughly market myself throughout social networking sites as well as through networking events and by utilizing relationships already formed to generate referrals.
. Educated,… Continue
Added by Marina Hartung on December 29, 2008 at 2:00pm —
I believe the following things make me a Smart Recruiter;
1. HIGH SELF ESTEEM The glass is always half full? I believe that outcomes will be positive and are confident of success rather than to look for excuses for failure?
2. BELIEF IN WHAT WE DO¬ – Many people in the business feel we’re “putting something over” on hirers when a deal comes together. All that money for making a few phone calls. If they aren’t convinced that we’re worth what we charge, they’ll be… Continue
Added by Bennett Vivona on December 29, 2008 at 1:30pm —