I just finished reading Chris Brogan’s blog entry for Tuesday, called “Shut The Hell Up You Self-Promoting Turd”
; a diatribe against businesses that shamelessly self promote themselves. It occurred to me that the same principles apply to people looking for work...
..Like in business, nothing is more powerful than word of mouth advertising, or external referrals from people that stand to gain nothing… Continue
Added by Konstantinos Kasekas on May 15, 2009 at 10:00am —
Sung to Pat Benetar's Heartbreaker
Your thoughts are like a tidal wave, injecting into my mind
Takin’ me to another place where, recruiting isn’t maligned
You're a leading recruiter, you’re someone who I want to be
Will you be my tutor, and take me on a thinking spree
You're a Thought Leader
Mind reader, Idea breeder
Sumser cannot disagree!
You're a Thought Leader
Mind reader, Idea… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on May 15, 2009 at 9:41am —
Alright - pay attention. Because this one is one of those interesting ideas that at a glance would seem to be either falling flat or just not getting noticed. Granted, it's no CraigsList
killer or E-bay
Eliminator - but it's certainly an interesting take on how to conduct a job search... or recruit.
Anyone that knows me knows that… Continue
Added by RecruiterGuy on May 15, 2009 at 8:00am —
I have been, that's why I designed the Recruiters Book.
It works 100% of the time, unlike those recruitment systems.
I do acknowledge that we need them for stats, but this book is a safety net. You can use it as your handover when you have been sooo successful you have booked a 3 week holiday in the Maldives. Take a closer look at The Recruiters' Book, its 2 page a week spreads includes details of roles and assignments you are recruiting for, client contact details, candidate… Continue
Added by The Recruiters Book on May 15, 2009 at 6:29am —
By applying specialised search techniques, online talent search specialists are able to uncover passive candidates in the shadowy Deep Web - wherever they gather to work and play.
The employment market is generally categorised into three main talent pools, namely the unemployed Job Seekers, the employed job seekers and the passive (non-job seeking) candidate. By understanding the nature of these various talent pools, Recruiters are in a better position to attract the right… Continue
Added by Gillian Meier on May 15, 2009 at 5:16am —
India is one of the most famous and popular destination in the world visited by tourists from every part of the world. Visit to India and you will come to know about its beautiful geographical feature and the tourism destination that is so captivating and enthralling. There are many captivating destination in India one can visit and make the time spent in this place a life time memories. It is impossible to visit every state and part of India so it is better to visit some of the most popular… Continue
Added by mahi on May 15, 2009 at 1:14am —
Prepare for a Shock
These seven appointments by President Barack Obama
are going to have a huge impact on practitioners
in HR in 2009 and… Continue
Added by Michael VanDervort on May 14, 2009 at 10:27pm —
Added by Recruitnik on May 14, 2009 at 9:17pm —
It seems as though one of the topics up for debate within the HR community, as technology seems to thoroughly pervade our daily activities, is the usage of social networks within the workplace. On the one hand, proponents argue that they increase productivity, but on the other hand, opponents say that social networks within the workplace can become addictive and ultimately diminish workplace efficiency.
Both sides have their merits, but, as a member of the Gen Y workforce, I would… Continue
Added by Dayna Racow on May 14, 2009 at 6:39pm —
Over at Human Race Horses
(great name, by the way), the author lists seven people whom he predicts will change HR in 2009. Among these key players are Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis
(who supports the Green Jobs Act), and Deputy Assistant Secretary of OSHA Jordan… Continue
Added by Louis Bina on May 14, 2009 at 5:51pm —
I keep hearing recruitment trainers telling us desk jockeys how to overcome objections with our clients and potential clients. I also hear solid techniques around best practice when trying to nurture client relationships - understanding and developing a marketing plan/program is great.
But do you know the most effective way to open those client doors and develop quality business relationships for the long term? Would you like to?
Added by Gavin Chase on May 14, 2009 at 5:40pm —
I've been trying with little success... its quite frustrating....can someone help with software I can use for the purpose...
Added by Louella Machado on May 14, 2009 at 2:11pm —
has teamed up with the EmploymentGuide.com
Job Fair series, "Putting America Back to Work," by offering free applicant tracking system technology.
The job fair series is aimed at helping 10,000 Americans find jobs
. Only companies that have immediate hiring needs are invited to participate in the job… Continue
Added by Cheezhead on May 14, 2009 at 9:43am —
O2C is Order to Cash (Collections Process) B2B
Position Title: DGM Operations (O2C)
Experience: 10 – 14 years
Qualifications: Post Graduate degree
* Manage B2B collections – predominantly commercial collections
* Managing multiple client engagements / contracts - Operations support for establishing processes, metrics identifications and… Continue
Added by Amit Gupta on May 14, 2009 at 8:56am —
Cisco ICM Engineer/Development skill
Position Description: Position will provide architecture, design, and implementation, deploy and support for Cisco ICM Solutions including:
• Cisco ICM Architecture and Routing
• VOIP telephony design, implementation and support
• CVP micro application design, development and support
• Cisco Call Manager solution designs and support
• CTI delivery within a Cisco ICM solution
Responsibilities will… Continue
Added by Amit Gupta on May 14, 2009 at 8:56am —
Ann Taylor claims there aren’t any overweight – sorry, big boned - fashion conscious women anymore who can afford the company’s size 16 couture so they’ve made a decision to stop carrying the clothes in their stores only online
, women who pay $200 plus for a blouse will happily order it online without first trying it on for fit). Analysts on the other hand see an obvious strategy –… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on May 14, 2009 at 7:03am —
Interesting NYTimes article on workplace women's issues: http://tinyurl.com/o5prm9
Reposting for all of you out there that may have missed it the other day.
Added by Christian Hokenson on May 13, 2009 at 8:21pm —
As we all know, the recession has hit the recruiting industry especially hard. With fewer job listings and more competition, recruiting firms need to standout more than ever before.
Enter Recruiting Pods
, a new service from Chris Russell and Peter Clayton, two veteran podcasters. The duo will produce & host customized podcasts for employment agencies, third party recruiters and executive search firms that allow them to take part in new… Continue
Added by Peter Clayton on May 13, 2009 at 6:12pm —
With all the innovation success stories and Tipping Point-esque advice swirling around corporate culture, members of any workplace have found themselves in a very specific predicament for at least the last 15 or 20 years. Namely, being caught between a rock (the much touted “Dare to take risks” attitude) and a hard place (the unspoken but definitely implied “Don’t screw up”). We all want to showcase our talent and get rewarded for it. However, it seems that the stakes and the level of ingenuity… Continue
Added by Louis Bina on May 13, 2009 at 3:50pm —
Business Developper - innovative service in high-tech w.w
We are rapidly expanding and we are seeking for partners, to promote a "green application" which focusses on security, cost savings, caring support organizations, lawyers, administration.
As business partner of an international private network,
Your responsibilities includes:
- Qualifying potential customers
- Developing new opportunities into revenue
- Attending business network events as… Continue
Added by MARTOIA on May 13, 2009 at 1:00pm —