For the fun of it, I want to provide a variety of insights around how a sourcing strategy may vary by industry. For the sake of this example, let’s assume you are a manufacturer of a product that is sold through a retail distribution
chain. Additional assumptions are:
1. You sell product to big box retailers, however you have your own retail outlets
2. Holidays drive an increase in labor needs within your…Continue
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The Candidate Experience!!!…Continue
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Originally posted on the SmashFly Recruitment Marketing Blog.
As you are posting your job ads across the web, what are the job boards and websites that you distributing your jobs to? It's been estimated that there are anywhere from a few thousand to over 40,000 job boards across the web (depending on your definition of…Continue
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You know what that means, right?
It's Equal Pay Day. (Please, you know I didn't mean that that 4/20)
Today is the day - we're told - that "symbolizes how far into 2010
women must work to earn what men earned in 2009".
Akin to "Tax Day" (the day you supposedly have to work until you make enough
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While watching the recent NCAA basketball championship game; a new concept on how to identify top…Continue
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Staffing Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow!!…Continue
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Pre Constructed Boolean Search Strings Part 8!!!…
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If you would like to become a tester and add your company to our network. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and send us…Continue
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This morning I watched an older woman with a walker make her way down the sidewalk. Her movements were very deliberate and it was clear that her limbs would no longer cooperate to move her with any urgency or speed. In fact she shuffled more than she walked – it was the best she could muster.
What I found fascinating though was the effortless manner in which she used the walker. With each step forward on her right foot…Continue
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Depending on the time I arrive at my office, I can predict with great accuracy the activity that will occur between the time I step out of my car and arrive at my desk. One of my favorites occurs every morning at 7:10…Continue
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After being on Twitter for some time, most people quickly discover that there are several different types of Twitterer. I thought it would be fun to categorize these users into complete arbitrary groups for those that are having trouble placing them.
Like a shooting star, this Twitterer started with a flurry and ended with a whimper. After being so enamored with the site upon joining and tweeting multiple times throughout the day, this user has…Continue
Added by Alasdair Murray on April 20, 2010 at 4:30am — No Comments
Motivating employees is a double edged sword. Some think giving them a job should be motivation enough while others think that you need all the bells and whistles. Take a look at my blog and provide any comments.