Blog post by HTS blogger Nick Tomlinson - http://hts.typepad.com/
Picture this. You've applied for a fabulous job and behold, the employer in question wants to interview you. There's just one catch. You'll be required to attend the interview with some sort of poulet-objet (a hat, a mask, an actual…Continue
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“Experience is a hard teacher because she gives the test first, the lesson afterwards. - Vernon Saunders LawIn order to be in HR (or any field or career mind you) you need to approach everything like a 1 yr old.
Yesterday, I was in a client meeting and it was great. The client, which is a Fortune 200 company, is the perfect client because they get it. They get our product and the great value we provide in our…Continue
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By Pat Meehan
Building a network over a lifetime is the most accountable thing we can do. It is the epitome of being a proactive person. Day by day, we build on this chain of meaningful personal relationships to which we can exchange the gifts of our ideas and influence. We should value these relationships and put great trust in them as they continue to develop. Stephen Covey teaches that a relationship is like an “emotional bank account.” We must nurture this emotional bank…Continue
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Just because your company is still deciding on whether or not to implement Social Recruiting into your overall recruiting strategy doesn’t mean you should delay setting a Social Recruiting policy. This can be a simple one-page of guidelines for appropriate use by employees based on the expected usage of these tools now or in the future. Being proactive about developing a usage policy will help avoid many of the issues that can result from a hands-off approach.
When I started out in sales, I was a lonely copy jock – that is what we called them in the old days. I worked for Lanier Worldwide as an “Account Executive.” Life consisted of 20 cold calls, 20 phone
connects and 2 pre-set appointments per day, EVERY day to make it in that
business. And of course, being as
by-the-numbers as I am, I tracked all of my activity. Some of my diligence was due to keep myself
motivated and some was just to keep my job if…
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Over the past year and a half I have worked in the Vendor Management System (VMS) industry. I have heard many people who are new to the technology confuse it with many different names, including applicant tracking system, contingency workforce software, human resource information software, and others. I believe this confusion stems from the name of the technology and the…Continue
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2 months ago yesterday I bravely went out on my own and opened my own firm. Sometimes I feel fantastic and sometimes I feel like I am in the deep end of the pool and someone is offering me a glass of water, not a life preserver. I'm looking for some advice from everyone out there. If you've got some time would you please answer the following for me:
I still remember the feeling to this day. The gut wrenching feeling that comes with redundancy is unlike anything I had ever felt before.
It was the winter of 1991. I was doing pretty well at my job. Or so I thought. I was an Account Manager for one of the UK’s leading recruitment marketing agencies and looked after…Continue
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Patents, White Papers, Books and Research Papers!!
One of the least used and seldom tapped places to search is within the arena of "White Papers", "Research Papers", Books, and Patents. Now these searches will not necessarily lead to candidates directly. But it will lead…Continue
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