It’s officially award season and this year, like many others, there are a multitude of different types of awards up for grabs.
Next week marks the second annual RecruitRank Awards. There are ten different award categories, including Best Understanding of Candidate…Continue
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On the Radar: Friday, November 2nd, 2007
With a rundown of LinkedIn's toolbox, Mashable leads-in with this:
Following the footsteps of Facebook, LinkedIn is set to develop its API for developers soon. Until then, we can make use of some cool tools, scripts, and plugins to…
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Women are powerful. But did you know just how much? A couple of weeks ago, I found data to prove the point. A recent study conducted over a four-year span of Fortune 500 companies found that those companies with the highest percentage of women on their boards
saw equity returns 53% higher than those companies with the fewest
number of women on boards.…
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Diversity.com, a national leader in diversity focused recruitment advertising, announced today it has
partnered with eJobFairs.net, innovators of the electronic job fair
venue, to offer Diversity.com branded…
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It should be a lot of fun and I'm sharing the time with a couple of people
Uncommon Sourcing Techniques that Uncover High Value Talent
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On the Radar: Thursday, November 1st, 2007
According to London-based monitoring service Reputica:
The long arm of the social web has moved far beyond the Facebook generation in affecting a candidate’s chances of landing their ideal job. As a result, Executive Search firms performing high profile candidate searches - typically main board positions,…
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Aggregators or vertical search engines have truly arrived in the UK job market in the last six months. They offer the job seeker a single location for their entire job searching needs, but how effective are they?
Aggregators are likely to become more and more important as the job board sector continues to devolve into niche sites and corporate career portals gain traction. With several different…Continue
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On the Radar: Wednesday, October 31st, 2007
Paul Harrison writes on Digital Recruiting:
We've been pretty excited about this for a while, but the post 'a Social Network for Google Earth?' on the Google Operating System blog really put some more meat on the…
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Once upon a time we lived in the wild west of salary negotiation where many companies had no real constraints placed upon what they could do for a potential employee, but about a decade ago most companies began to put in place internal equity processes so that they could control rising costs, leverage pay (get the most “bang for the buck”), and to insure that no discriminatory hiring practices were in place (nobody likes a lawsuit).
Now I agree that companies need to have these types…Continue
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I attended a recruiting event last night. I don't remember who said the following statment but I was shocked that anyone would say such a thing regarding our profession or industry.
"We are a support group for the company" by referring to their internal recruiting organization.
Recruiting is the lifeline of any company. Without a steady flow of new talent and the management of talent, any company will not succeed to its highest potential. Recruiting is…Continue
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The second pre-conference I attended was Kevin Wheeler's presentation on Techniques & Tools to Adapt Technologies for Workforce Planning. His approach to workforce planning is not tactical because ........
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I enjoy what the staff over at Common Craft is doing to explain new technology in good ‘ole plain English. But this video, below, goes far beyond the call of duty to provide serious Halloween survival information EVERYONE…Continue
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