When we live from high to high we lose sight of what it took to get there. We become addicted to the high and are down when we don’t have constant success. The success is built and thrives in the daily, seemingly mundane, work we do. The point: relax, focus on the small steps, the individual conversations, and don’t let the success go to your head. Enjoy your day because today you have the opportunity to touch many people’s lives with your words and work.
Added by Tommy Craft on August 13, 2008 at 9:15am —
A few weeks ago I was excited to share a video that I was proud to be part of. It did (and continues to do) a great job at explaining to potential job seekers what occurs in the 'day in the life of' a Premises Technician. Of noted debate from time to time is just how technical this particular brand of technician is required to be.… Continue
Added by RecruiterGuy on August 13, 2008 at 9:00am —
Searches don’t happen real-time, they take place in databases, within search engines and under a host of algorithms. Some search engines are free of human intervention while others are a selection of hand picked links. Within search engines, some searches are guided by keywords, some are natural language driven, and yet others are advance intelligence systems.
Search engines, directories, and other search… Continue
Added by Moises Lopez on August 12, 2008 at 3:51pm —
Posted from http://www.jobsighter.com/2008/08/a-trusted-formu.html
There’s an old organizational formula that firms seem to have forgotten. It goes like this:
Performance = Ability * Motivation
The formula is simple. And it works.
The Piece We’ve Forgotten
Firms seem to remember the ability part to the formula, but not the motivation. Consider your screening process for a… Continue
Added by Ryan S Adams on August 12, 2008 at 3:00pm —
Yaro Starak, a professional blogger who makesover $5000 USD per month from his blog, has just launched a brand new mentoring programfor people who want to earn a full time income from blogging part time.
The program is less than $100 a month to becomea member and you get direct access to your own blog mentor, plus all kinds of audios, videos and e-lessons to help you make money from your own blog.…
Added by Rishabh on August 12, 2008 at 1:20pm —
So you want to change your career? It might not be the easiest thing to do, but it could be the smartest. If all you do is work, you should love what you do! There is however a right way and wrong way to change your career. Following these tips will help make sure you change your career the right way:
Career Change Tip #1: Focus on Talents and Strengths
What is it that you are good at? What is it you want to do? If you faint at the site of blood, don't be… Continue
Added by Candice Arnold on August 12, 2008 at 12:11pm —
Who you are can, and should, affect your career. That's right, I said it. Most people can ramble on about what they have done and what they can do but when you ask them who they are, they draw a blank! Now I can't tell you everything about yourself, but I can help you out with determining your social style and giving you some career choices based on that. Continue reading ...
Added by Candice Arnold on August 12, 2008 at 12:05pm —
When choosing a career path, one of the most important things to consider is the long-term job market in your chosen field. If you are going to train for and specialize in a particular line of work, it is important to be sure that there is going to be demand for people who have your skills in the geographic area where you want to live and work. Continue reading ...
Article by, Randall Olson, the Director of Information… Continue
Added by Candice Arnold on August 12, 2008 at 12:02pm —
Hope you are doing great. I have mentioned my current available consultants below. Please get back to me if you have any contract positions for them.
Note: All of them… Continue
Added by sirisha on August 12, 2008 at 11:45am —
Building first class team begins with you. Are you the type manager that you would want to work with and reach for, or are you a type of manager that you would run away from, as fast as you can? It is a very pointed question, and one that takes time and consideration.
After reading Jack Canfields’ “Success Principles”, attending several seminars and workshops on personal power and effectiveness and coaching many leaders and emerging leaders it has become a passion of mine to… Continue
Added by Margaret Graziano on August 12, 2008 at 9:38am —
Hello everyone. I've created a new group on RecruitingBlogs.com for Recruiters/Sourcers in North Carolina AND South Carolina. It's a place for Recruiters/Sourcers in BOTH Carolinas to network, exchange ideas and leads. To come together and develop a tight knit community of professional camaraderie.
Go to http://www.recruitingblogs.com/group/northandsouthcarolinarecruitersgroup
Look forward to seeing everyone there.
Ed Bales - Sr.… Continue
Added by Ed Bales on August 12, 2008 at 9:34am —
Teach something, learn something...
This week we are welcoming Ron Mason
to the mix! Ron offers "Battle Tested Recruiting Training, Strategies and Coaching" and will be sharing some of his stuff with us on a regular basis.
So, check out his first piece. Ron gives us seven practical steps to take in his post: Referral Lead Creation - Creating an Abundance of Great… Continue
Added by Amitai Givertz on August 12, 2008 at 7:30am —
When it comes to salaried employees, training and on-boarding receive your full attention. You conduct research, come up with snazzy slogans and meaningful acronyms, hire experts, measure retention…and repeat.
But what about your hourly employees? Do you make the same commitment? Or is it trial by (deep) fryer?
Just because the typical hourly employee is likely to change jobs more than once a year, your 100% turnover rate isn’t an excuse not to “waste” money on… Continue
Added by Michael Ward on August 11, 2008 at 6:11pm —
I don't often make demands of you the readers, but I was looking through RecruitingBlogs.com, and there are only 26 Missouri recruiters (listing Missouri as a state).
That's crazy - I have more Missouri readers than that on StlRecruiting.com
. We need to boost that number.
So here's the thing. Contact your Missouri friends, and tell them to join. Add me as a friend when they get here. If we add 50 people from Missouri, I'll put… Continue
Added by Jim Durbin on August 11, 2008 at 11:20am —
New FNMA req (Loss Mitigation - 20426) This requirement has upwards of 25 openings and they are looking to pull people in IMMEDIATELY. Qualified candidates will have 8-10 years of experience in mortgage. There will be MANY MULTIPLE locations, and they are listed in the req too. They would like for us to specify if there are certain locations they are interested in. FNMA IS WILLING to cover some relocation expenses because this will not be a very long term project, 3-6 months. Phone interviews… Continue
Added by David B. Assadi on August 11, 2008 at 10:31am —
Every so often I get an email or comment posted on my RecruiterGuy blog that strikes a chord with me. This weekend was no exception. I received two, however - both with ultimately the same message, "Thanks for hearing me."
If you've ever been unfortunate enough to be trapped in a conversation with me when I became incredibly passionate about one of my favorite topics then you know - I'm a huge fan of the two way communication that is social networking. I've been lucky enough… Continue
Added by RecruiterGuy on August 11, 2008 at 9:18am —
Planning Scheduler Specialist with EVMS expertise
Tandel Systems has extensive experience developing real-time aerospace and defense systems. We have the project management skills and the systems engineering capability to work with our customers to deliver fully tested real-time hardware/software capability for defense, space and civil aviation systems. We also have extensive experience with flight test systems development, independent verification and validation, and legacy… Continue
Added by Austin Dillon on August 11, 2008 at 9:18am —
Mendoza’s Monday Member Showcase
Dave Mendoza talks with one of our members...
This week Dave introduces us to a multilingual rainmaker who gives "global recruiting" a whole new meaning.
is not only a very interesting guy, he describes a recruiting landscape most of us would shrivel up in!
So get a glimpse of Rainer Jeske's world in… Continue
Added by Amitai Givertz on August 11, 2008 at 7:45am —
Q: But Art, isn't email sourcing in the domain of lazy recruiterdom?
A: If you can reach more ppl with a tool you're NOT using - THAT'S lazy!
For some reason, a couple of times a month someone will give me a referral to someone I'm looking for by senging me an email with a name and an email address - no other information.
I actually know the reason.
The people providing the information for me are very… Continue
Added by Art Pitcher on August 11, 2008 at 7:00am —
President at CONNECTYOUK.K. / Tokyo
AIG Building Suite B1
1-1-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku,
Tokyo 100-0005, Japan
Rainer Jeske conducts retainer and… Continue
Added by Dave Mendoza on August 11, 2008 at 3:25am —