So by the people who brought you Twitter, we get JobDeck. A portal that brings all the jobs that are twittered about to one place. But how good is this product really? Well I used it several times to do searches and get an idea how to use it and how well it works. I found it did a decent job of sorting out all the tweets and only bringing the ones that appeared to be jobs matching my criteria to me. But to me it is like any SEO. The biggest… Continue
Added by Dean Da Costa on February 12, 2010 at 3:46pm —
Added by Dean Da Costa on February 12, 2010 at 3:41pm —
As a rule most hiring managers do not understand recruiting. They think all we do is look at Monster or Hotjobs (which was just bought by monster) or the other databases and find people with no problems. They do not understand the amount of work that goes into the sourcing part of recruiting. One way I have found that has helped me educate the hiring manager, is to arrange sourcing sessions with them. Make an appointment to meet with them and talk about the opening and source. You will be… Continue
Added by Dean Da Costa on February 12, 2010 at 3:37pm —
Just so you how far behind the times I am, the subject of this post was actually around since August of last year. Fortunately for readers, the content of Jose Ruiz's post was not time sensitive, indeed, in some respects it is timeless.
as you'll see if you check out his site, is a principal in… Continue
Added by Dave Opton on February 12, 2010 at 3:18pm —
If you like your boss, your coworkers, and don't even mind your commute, but still aren't happy at work, take a look at these silent culprits that can erode job satisfaction. Continue
Added by Laurie Bell on February 12, 2010 at 12:08pm —
From my perspective as a consultant to the executive search and recruiting industry, there is a trend taking shape, and if you don’t position yourself to be in front of it then you are going to lose out on potential opportunities.
The third party recruiting landscape has changed forever. Call it a ‘correction’ if you will, but I don’t predict that our industry will ever achieve the robust status that it once had. Those days are gone and probably gone forever. Many in years past said… Continue
Added by Scott Love on February 12, 2010 at 9:28am —
If you ever want to renew your passion for our industry, all you have to do is get involved with one of your local service award committees.
This past Monday and Tuesday I spent the days working with the Calgary White Hat awards. The White Hats are awarded for service excellence in many various categories and you must be nominated (either by your employer, co-worker, guest or anyone whom you have had a positive impact on) to be eligible. I should also mention that this award is for… Continue
Added by Corey Harlock on February 12, 2010 at 9:00am —
How much? There is no easy answer for this question but the best way to address is it is to understand a company’s typical thought process. Regardless of what companies… Continue
Added by Jose J. Ruiz on February 11, 2010 at 11:00pm —
I love working as part of the Stopgap Group, not least because it’s a values driven business that places the welfare of its people and the quality of service given to clients and candidates at the very top of its priorities. Consultants have always been rewarded on feedback – since the day the business was launched 17 years ago – and we always look for consultants with who have compassion, a real interest in people and a… Continue
Added by Mervyn Dinnen on February 11, 2010 at 6:45pm —
Our very own Andrea Duggan became a published author this week with the appearance of her blog post entitled “What employers can learn from the Jay Leno – Conan O’Brien succession plan!” Why did she become a published author? Well a lot of the credit goes to Twitter and our social networking initiatives around the 2010 HRPA Annual Conference in Toronto, Canada. Someone once called Twitter a serendipity engine because of the interesting people, connections and opportunities that come about… Continue
Added by Geoff Clendenning on February 11, 2010 at 4:11pm —
Employer branding is becoming a key element of talent acquisition as companies look to regain their competitive advantage and rebuild their workforce in 2010. It is fast becoming one of the most powerful recruitment tools available in today's competitive environment but attracting top talent after a tumultuous year of downsizing can prove difficult for many companies whose employer brand has been tarnished.
How can you overcome this? Start by thinking of the candidates… Continue
Added by Dianne Delich on February 11, 2010 at 3:34pm —
Looking for candidates all across the US with pharma sales recruiting exp - will be recruiting pharma sales reps in major cities - GA, TX, NJ/NY, TN, CA, DC, OH, FL, MO, IN, AZ... $40/hour ; contract position; work days, nights, weekends... paid time and half. Email resumes to email@example.com
Added by Cheryl Richards on February 11, 2010 at 3:30pm —
The competition for jobs is fierce right now. Companies and law firms everywhere have been downsizing resulting in good people looking to find a new job. Reports abound of companies being overwhelmed with hundreds of resumes instantly after positing one available position. Making it through the resume screening process is the first daunting step, followed by the all anxiety-producing interview.
Whether or not the interview is the most appropriate way to assess a candidate’s ability to… Continue
Added by Alisa Tazioli on February 11, 2010 at 3:06pm —
Don't be alarmed ... What better way to write my first blog on this site than to start with a Bang! I ask the question not from the perspective of a Professional working in the industry but from the New IT Venture perspective. Continue
With powerful Social media tools liked LinkedIn, Twitter, and tons more how
long would it take me to plug into a Network of IT Project Managers, J2EE
Developers QA Specialists Release Managers, Mobile App…
Added by Paul Alfred on February 11, 2010 at 11:24am —
These days it seems there's not a lot to celebrate. Having lived the life of an entreprenuer for 20 plus years I know the ups and downs of building your own business. It often means long hours and late nights only to run up against a tough economy which means more long hours and more late nights! To get through these long hours entrepreneurs tend to draw on a firm belief in themselves but they also draw on the inspiration of others who have succeeded before them. I've often strengthened my… Continue
Added by Geoff Clendenning on February 10, 2010 at 7:16pm —
Are you Bill Buckner?
Ok…I admit it. I am a huge baseball guy. You may even call me a baseball geek. It’s early February and I’m already wondering how close we are to having pitchers and catchers report to MLB training camp. (Seven days or so in case you are wondering).
This time of year, my mind always… Continue
Added by Trevor Smith on February 10, 2010 at 5:04pm —
You know what? Recruiters suck at finding themselves work. We give out great job hunting advice to complete strangers but the ugly truth is that we struggle finding a job too.
Every time I tell somebody I’m a Recruiter, they want help finding a job. And there I am with arms crossed listening attentively while they prattle about job prospecting hardships.
Yet, the sick sad reality if I lost my job, I’d do the same thing every unemployed Tom, Dick and… Continue
Added by Michael Glenn on February 10, 2010 at 3:00pm —
How to Successfully Use That Instinct
Have you ever interviewed a candidate and in the back of your mind…
Added by Jenn Francine on February 10, 2010 at 2:43pm —
"Jugaad are things poor but clever people do to make the most of the resources they have. They do what they need to do, without regard to what is supposed to be possible (Wikipedia)."Jugaad is working… Continue
Added by Laurie Bell on February 10, 2010 at 12:56pm —
Resumes are a candidate’s ticket to an interview. A poorly written resume can really affect your… Continue
Added by Christie Rabideau on February 10, 2010 at 12:21pm —