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Duration: Long term
Rate: 60 on 1099
The Software Configuration Build Engineer will… Continue
Added by Varun ADK on September 3, 2008 at 2:30pm —
We are currently looking for SAP CRM IPC at Peoria,IL
Req - 1.SAP CRM IPC (Technical) consultant – 6 profiles
Location: Peoria, Illinois
Duration: 3 months
In depth knowledge and expert in CRM IPC 5.0 and CRM IPC 3.0 Java class and methods. Skilled expert and experience in writing Item user exists and Pricing exits in IPC for configurable products in ISA. Prior experience in IPC functionalities related to Upgrade of… Continue
Added by SUMITA HALDAR on September 3, 2008 at 12:54pm —
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Added by Chad Sowash on September 3, 2008 at 12:00pm —
According to Richard Sloane, management attorney with Littler Mendelson in DC,
"Meacham forces employers to more carefully evaluate involuntary RIFs. But there are several steps that prudent employers can take to minimize, and effectively manage, their potential exposure to litigation resulting from layoff decisions."
These steps include but are not limited to:
- Consult legal counsel (in-house and/or outside) to identify and analyze all of the issues to…
Added by Steve Levy on September 3, 2008 at 11:40am —
Creating Abundance through Referral Strategies
“Call Jim, he is looking, he has the relationships in place where your client needs them, and he has had high income years selling which means I strongly recommend him, but please don’t tell him where you got his name.”
When you encounter this dialogue what is your next move? Many people I talk to and work with will simply be grateful and feel as if they have had a significant victory only to call their referred lead and find… Continue
Added by Ron Mason on September 3, 2008 at 10:44am —
Added by Recruiting Animal on September 3, 2008 at 10:30am —
"[11%] of CIOs play to add IT workers in the fourth quarter, 3% plan cuts, and help desk and technical support are the hot categories as customer and user support trumps projects focused on growth."
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Added by Steve Levy on September 3, 2008 at 10:11am —
Finding and training new sales recruiters is a difficult but vital part of any business. As I’ve said before, these new recruits are often the best hire you can make. They have a passion and drive that cannot be taught, and that is more valuable than any acquired skill. Given a few guidelines and training, your existing core of professional sales recruiters can help bring these new recruiters up to speed.
A recent article by Dave Kahle,of The Growth Coach, outlines the beliefs that… Continue
Added by Peter Marinilli on September 3, 2008 at 10:07am —
I’ve talked about using Facebook as a screening tool for interviews, but what about as a marketing tool? And why stop at Facebook? There is a wealth of new media available online, social media sites and communities designed specifically to bring people together. If you can master just a few of these you’ll have a significant advantage over your competition.
Whether you’re a big name recruiting firm, a small start-up or a single sales recruiter, you can always benefit from being more… Continue
Added by Peter Marinilli on September 3, 2008 at 10:06am —
Sales recruiting is a unique profession because of the wide array of innate traits and learned skills required to be successful. It can be a difficult field to get into, and even more difficult to excel and last at, because of certain requirements that simply cannot be taught. This also makes it a very competitive field, which means you have a lot of options when choosing a sales management recruiter.
However, if you’re not used to working directly in the recruitment field in can be… Continue
Added by Peter Marinilli on September 3, 2008 at 10:05am —
One of the most important skills for a sales recruitment consultant, and one of the very first things every recruitment consultant learns, is good time management. Time is money in every business, but none exemplifies it quite as well as sales recruitment.
Think about it: every second spent on a potential hire that’s not a good fit, or lost to any of the day’s many distractions, is time that could have been better allocated to a more promising candidate. And time a recruitment… Continue
Added by Peter Marinilli on September 3, 2008 at 10:04am —
My question for you isn't specifically about recruiting, but about time management. My problem is that I am almost always late for things -- appointments, interviews, meetings, birthdays, anniversaries. Don't get me wrong; I get a lot done and have been recruiting successfully for years. And yes, I know it's a bad habit, that it's unprofessional, but I don't mean it that way. I just honestly believe that I can fit everything in. Any ideas to help me improve this area… Continue
Added by Claudia Faust on September 3, 2008 at 12:30am —
I have one week in between my last position and my new one. One week to get my life in order - and everything neatly and nicely organized so that when I spring into action in my new role I'm stress and worry free. Yeah, right. I didn't think changing jobs would be stressful enough so we decided to sell our house at the same time... and of course, it sold right away. New employer, meet your new homeless executive.
Every few years I make a change like this, and every single time it is… Continue
Added by George LaRocque on September 3, 2008 at 12:10am —
I have been thinking a lot about this topic lately. I have been trying to think of the right way to say it without upsetting the majority of people that would be reading this. But the topic is about the differences between HR and Recruiting. I have been in recruiting for almost 10 years and I have had the opportunity to work with many great HR people. (Interesting side note: the more experienced the HR person is, the more they agree with the point I am about to make).
I have been… Continue
Added by Shea Putnam on September 2, 2008 at 4:46pm —
As hiring goes we all understand that trends come and go. Clients want more (or less) business knowledge this year compared to last, desire for specific technical skills wax and wane based on choices made at the highest levels of the organization & of course the dynamics of team fit & personality are always in the mix. However, what historically has been the most critical component to any interview were the core skills and abilities of candidates (depth and breadth of knowledge,… Continue
Added by bill martineau on September 2, 2008 at 4:21pm —
Have you ever had one of those search assignments where you almost felt as though you were an extra in The Three Bears fairy tale? That one's "too big", that one's "too small," and unfortunately, none of the candidates have been "just right". Why, you ask? WHY? My client is looking to buy top-of-the-line caviar with a Spam budget.
When receiving the job order, of course I look at the "written" job description, and then I proceed to ask the client what it's really going to take for… Continue
Added by Nancy Ford on September 2, 2008 at 3:46pm —
I'll be the fist to admit this: I have not always been a trend setter. For many years I was in fact what we call simply a "contributor". Always contributing to the teams I was a part of - whether it was my role in managing a group of senior recruiters, training the new hopeful staffers or doing my own thing when my client was counting on me - and me alone - for results. I've helped build multi-million dollar organizations as well as establishing my own firm with satisfied clients throughout the… Continue
Added by Jerry Albright on September 2, 2008 at 1:30pm —
The day has arrived where Google has announced what some of us have been -hoping- suspecting was on the horizon... It's move into the browser business. While I'm a fan of FireFox
and am enjoying watching what AT&T will do with… Continue
Added by RecruiterGuy on September 2, 2008 at 1:30pm —
I recently had a candidate interview at a kick-ass agency. You would think she would be over the moon to be considered for this position. A nice raise, cool accounts, the prestige of her name on that business card. But, instead, she came away with a whole lot of questions.
I think sometimes hiring managers get very focused on this one candidate for this one job and they neglect to really give the big picture of what’s happening in the wider view of things. Are you pitching new… Continue
Added by Shannon on September 2, 2008 at 1:00pm —
1) You are advised to come to work dressed according to your salary.
2) If we see you wearing Prada shoes and carrying a Gucci bag, we will assume you are doing well financially and therefore do not need a raise.
3) If you dress poorly, you need to learn to manage your money better, so that you may buy nicer clothes, and therefore you do not need a raise.
4) If you dress just right, your are right where you need to be and therefore you do not need a… Continue
Added by Arlene Hernandez on September 2, 2008 at 12:21pm —