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Job Descriptions – Are they part of your ad content, written to your audience, and, “How are they working out for you?”

I got more involved in writing, editing and re-writing job descriptions when I worked in the corporate recruiting world than ever before. Since that time I still get involved in editing and re-writing. I am guilty of not always asking permission but then I may not get it, and, after all, I am doing it in the best interest of my client and candidate. So, what’s the…

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Added by Ron Cottick on April 13, 2010 at 9:47pm — No Comments

Power, Power, Power – not good!

Does your website expose a job search? Great, todays post is to challenge YOU!



What happens if you put a powerful large engine in a smart car?



Typically a bigger engine means faster car. The top of the range super cars have huge engines so surely we can copy this? We can shove one enormous engine into a little smart car to achieve the most

wonderful driving experience? Well NO, we all realise that this wont

work! Something is going to break,…

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Added by David Martin on April 13, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Are you too old to get a job?

By Pat Meehan



As a baby boomer myself, at age 57, and even though I can do pretty well on this desk top computer I’m typing on, I don’t own or operate a blackberry, I don’t like laptops, and I never send text messages. I even have a cell phone that doesn’t take pictures, much less opens up Microsoft Outlook. I have no desire to get emails 24 hours a day. Yet, in 2009, the toughest economic year in nearly 70 years, nearly one third of my…
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Added by Pat Meehan on April 13, 2010 at 4:45pm — 1 Comment

Testers needed for HirePress!





We are almost there and HirePress needs Testers.



If your hiring and have jobs you would like to post for free. Please contact support@hirepress.com.



Just send us a e-mail with

  • your name,
  • e-mail address
  • your company


In a couple of weeks…
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Added by Roger Cohen on April 13, 2010 at 12:42pm — No Comments

Hey, Don't Be a Bad Boyfriend!

***Sorry, folks. This is not dedicated to Kevin; we're still blissfully in love. Maybe next time?***



I don't care who you are. Every girl, at some point, has the distinct privilege of dating a tool; that is, a man-friend that isn't nearly as into you as you'd like to think. This disinterest (that everyone can usually see except for you) can manifest itself a variety of ways. Whether Mr. BF is not returning your calls, texts, emails,…

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Added by Megan Hopkins on April 13, 2010 at 11:59am — No Comments

JobSeeker tips when working with your Recruitment Agency

As the Managing Director of a highly successful, regional recruitment agency, I

am often asked about how many applications I receive and the quality of

those applications. If the following can be taken on board by just a

few, it will make the life of jobseekers easier when working with their

local Recruitment agency.



•Research local Recruitment agencies websites. Type in the search “

Recruitment Agencies in[enter… Continue

Added by Richard Johnson on April 13, 2010 at 10:22am — 7 Comments

Chicken Pluckin' Expert

RecruiterGuy.net Chicken Plucker Today I present to you an expert Chicken Plucker. Said expert will tell you not only the best way to pluck a chicken, but also how to find the best chickens to pluck. In addition, our professional Chicken Plucker can speak at great lengths - anywhere you need them - on any level of chicken hunting, handling and even measuring the value of the activities in this specialized skill… Continue

Added by RecruiterGuy on April 13, 2010 at 10:00am — 5 Comments

Implications of Twitter’s Biz Model for Social Recruiting

Since being founded in 2006, Twitter has constantly been on the hunt for a successful business model. The Wall Street Journal reports that they have finally settled on an advertising-based model. With their large and growing user base, this makes a lot of sense. However,… Continue

Added by Omowale Casselle on April 13, 2010 at 8:57am — 4 Comments

How to Make Your Inbox Work for You

Keeping track of applicants and clients, following up and scheduling interviews can be huge undertakings, and it’s easy for even the most organized of people to let a few things fall through the cracks from time to time.


Good thing your trusty ol’ inbox is here to help.


By using the tools already available, and a few simple add-ons, you can easily have your inbox doing a lot of the project management for…
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Added by Tungle Rocks on April 13, 2010 at 8:16am — 1 Comment

What Your Company's Onboarding Process Says To New Hires

A friend, who is working in the recruiting function of a medium-sized company, wrote to me recently. She was worried about her

company’s on boarding process, or lack of, and was asking how to improve

it.

“We had a gentleman start in sales yesterday and I was really surprised at how disorganized we were…

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Added by Nikole Tutton on April 13, 2010 at 2:30am — No Comments

Kawasaki's “1 Page Resume” Rule Revisited

What is the ultimate length for a resume? It depends. A one-page resume might be appropriate when you’re a junior candidate. But if you’re more experienced you’ll need several pages to show your stuff.



In my controversial blog, “My Take on Guy Kawasaki’s 1/2/3 Rule of Resume Writing,” I quoted Kawasaki’s resume rule #1:…

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Added by Tim Collins on April 12, 2010 at 10:19pm — 6 Comments

Invasion of the "Experts"

Oh no… They’re coming! Self Proclaimed Experts in the Social Recruiting Space that have never recruited a day in their lives. THAT’S RIGHT! I SAID IT!!



With all the hype about social networking, everyone wants to now get on-board…

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Added by Jenn Francine on April 12, 2010 at 9:56pm — 2 Comments

Top Lies Told By Candidates

Whenever people talk about candidate lying, the usual topics come up: Exaggerating dates of employment, falsifying education, inflating salary or title, hiding a criminal record, and hiding a drug habit. Most of these can be easily caught by a decent background check. You can ask for a W-2 to verify compensation. Simple diligence can prevent a person who is lying about…

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Added by Mark Bregman on April 12, 2010 at 4:46pm — 9 Comments

8 Resume Editing Tips

It's amazing what a well-written and nicely presented resume can do for your job search. Before you send yours out, follow this checklist to ensure you are sending out an excellent quality representation of yourself.

  1. Grammar, spelling, punctuation - Use the grammar and spell check function, then print it out and read the document word for word. Spell checker…
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Added by ExecuTeam Staffing on April 12, 2010 at 4:34pm — No Comments

Should staff who know how to use Social Media get paid more than staff who don't?

Here is a debate to get your teeth into....

I have been hammering Social Media for about 4 years now, learning, tweaking and

generally working out how it can benefit my success in business.



What if you can offer your skills to your employer at a fee for setting them up and

managing it all?



Because Social Media is very time consuming to learn, by the time you have made sense…

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Added by Andrew Turnbull on April 12, 2010 at 4:19pm — 1 Comment

Pre Constructed Boolean Search Strings Part 4!!!

Pre Constructed Boolean Search Strings Part 4!!!…



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Added by Dean Da Costa on April 12, 2010 at 3:58pm — No Comments

The Rise of Desktop Manufacturing in the Great Recession

In the last post, we talked about the changing nature of markets and marketing in the Great Recession. This time we'll focus in on one of the results of these changes: Desktop Manufacturing.

In the old days, it could cost upwards of $10,000 to $20,000 just to create the custom molds and dies required to produce an item in a factory. Then you had to cover the costs associated with prepping…

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Added by Jay Fenello on April 12, 2010 at 12:25pm — No Comments

LinkedIn Bullhorn Group B.S. - Ethics Question "Global Staffing Leaders"

I'm not a huge LinkedIn user. I have my own reasons; one being that I see them as a potential major competitor (all of us in the ATS/Recruiting business should be wary of them) but another being that I just don't have that much bandwidth between Facebook (which I really must use for family and friends) and email (which is how I do most of my work). In regards to our sales reps, we say to use whatever tools they think will move them forward-…

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Added by Martin H.Snyder on April 12, 2010 at 12:00pm — 9 Comments

Mirror, mirror on the wall, am I the best candidate of all?

Most recruiters know when they have found the perfect candidate for a position. We typically have a checklist or there are requirements that the candidate meets in helping us determine their quality. While it may be clear to the recruiter or employer that a candidate is a fit, sometimes it’s not clear to the job seeker themselves. Here is a checklist for determining if you are in fact a fit for a position.







Your resume “reflects” the job description – You… Continue

Added by Kevin Womack on April 12, 2010 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

Stop Underutilizing Twitter

Despite being one of the easiest to use and most engaging social media tools, many companies seem focused on gaining the least amount of value from Twitter. So, what can you do to better utilize this amazing tool for social recruiting?



Create Goodwill

Remember that hard to value intangible asset on your balance sheet that is not directly attributable to assets or liabilities, but can increase the purchase price of your company in acquisition….goodwill. In…

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Added by Omowale Casselle on April 12, 2010 at 9:09am — 6 Comments

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