Okay here it goes.....I have spent the last few weeks researching Staffing Software for the company I work for. We plan on implementing this change sometime in January 2010. I have seen a couple of demos, one of which I was pretty impressed with. I have even posted a Blog and a Discussion here on this site, in hopes of getting some feedback on what seems to be the most widely used or most popular, yet satisfying software out on the market today. I don't know if I'm not being clear on the info I… Continue
This recruitng career has taken me from ZERO experience with a degree and a friend from High School referral (If it was not for LISA W., I likely I would not be in this industry), to owning, and operating my own boutique staffing firm. (BLISS!)
I have made over 225+ hires, and been through ALOT of scenarios that have worked out well for me and a "few" not so well. (EX. You hire someone at your client, they don't show up the first… Continue
Have you downloaded a pile of online dissertations from dissertation archives in hope to tinker them and submit it as your own? Chances are…you will be caught for plagiarism!
Catching plagiarized dissertations is not difficult now because of the availability of sophisticated plagiarism detection tools. Even if you copy a few parts from someone’s dissertation, you will still end up getting caught.
I used to be one of avon products Inc. largest recruiters on the east coast now I work for Lazboy as a sales rep. Just loved the recruiting biz and would like to stay in the loop so I can use it to recruit customers and also to help other people learn things I learned, etc..
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With the state of the current economy this topic is highly premature, but as a recruiter who is out there speaking with employed people everyday about the limited number of jobs out there I can’t even begin to count the number of them that have gone into detail about how their employer-employee relationship has changed. While they have no other recourse but continue the status quo and keep there jobs, they are certainly of the mindset that as soon as things get better they are out the door. Now… Continue
Those who are unemployed know they have fierce competition in the job search market at the moment. Because of this, some candidates are going above and beyond to market themselves to potential employers.
CareerBuilder and Harris Interactive recently completed a survey among 2,543 full-time hiring managers and human resource… Continue
Added by Cheezhead on June 11, 2009 at 3:22pm —
Tenyia Williams is seeking highly qualified retail leaders for single-store and multi-store opportunities in New York City and the surrounding boroughs.
DUANEreade - Our mission is to make the lives of New Yorkers - those who live, work or visit our unique city or neighborhoods - a little easier each day. We focus on serving the daily needs of our target customer, aiming to be the retail brand of choice for - "How I Feel", "How I Look" and "What I Need Now". Success means… Continue
Does anyone recommend any job sites that I could post logistics jobs on? I am currently working with jobsinlogistics.com, jobfox.com, hireflyer.com and LinkedIn. All input would be greatly appreciated! Thanks all
“A trolley is running out of control down a track. In its path are 5 people who have been tied to the track. Fortunately, you can flip a switch, which will lead the trolley down a different track to safety. Unfortunately, there is a single person tied to that track. Should you flip the switch?”
Isn’t this a common problem that many Recruitment Process Outsourcing decision-makers face?
If they do nothing with talent acquisition, then surely, as discontent grows with… Continue
What's one very important attribute of a successful start-up? Is it the brilliant idea? Continuous innovation? or the plain old execution? All of the above are important for the young company to survive and flourish. However, over the last decade or so that I have dealt with start-ups including building a few of my own, I have realized that focus on execution is key. There are tons of examples of companies that had just another product like many others but out shined the rest with pure focus on… Continue
To be or Not to Be.........a manager is the question. After a few years starting off in any job, most people ask the question, should I become a manager or continue to be an individual contributor?
In some countries, taking the role of a manager is not only prestigious but also the only way to grow one's compensation. In other countries such as in the U.S, a solid individual contributor can not only rake in the cash like any other manager but also is accepted and respected in the… Continue
would someone enlighten me as to ...how to train or polish ...fresh hire's ....given the context of subcontinent ...i find that most of the grads turning up to fill up a position or role is not adequately or amply
skilled in language skills ??
what are the best ways or means to train new hire's or apprentice's to acquire ...adequate language skills
I found this software a while ago, and I must say I have been highly impresseed. I have been recruiting for some time and would say the one thing that can make the difference between a placement and non-placement is keeping everything in line. When you are working multiple positions, being able to look things up and keep them straight is a huge help. Has anyone else tried this? It is an ACT! database structure, and so far it is great....but I was wondering if anyone else had tried it. I have… Continue
Added by Jeff Urban on June 9, 2009 at 11:43pm —
Finding your way through the myriad of updates, news blasts and Tweets about jobs and the economy is like finding your way out of a maze. Who do you listen to and who can you trust? It’s not that you shouldn’t be reminded of how the unemployment rate is nearing 10%, or that certain sectors of the economy like manufacturing for instance, may be part of a bygone era. It’s good to know where the opportunities lie and where to put your efforts. Knowledge is Power someone wise once said. But when is… Continue
Added by Lisa Kaye on June 9, 2009 at 4:31pm —