If you are familiar with Facebook, then you know you can add applications to your profile. Applications range from throwing sheep at your friends to instrumental career/job search tools. Using applications on Facebook that are targeted toward careers and career growth will create a stepping stone to get you that job of your dreams.
Here are some popular Facebook Applications you can add to your profile. These applications are created to assist with employment searches and networking,… Continue
Added by BINC Search on April 8, 2009 at 12:22pm —
This week, I invited Carol Guerieri of Policyowner Advisory, Inc.
in NYC to be my guest blogger. Carol is a pro at insurance review, planning and analysis. Having been in the industry for over 20 years, she has seen virtually every scenario possible and can help you to protect yourself and those you love not only in bad times, but in good times. I’ve asked Carol to share some insights on how to handle insurance coverage when your career may be in flux, and whose… Continue
Added by Karen Russo on April 8, 2009 at 11:38am —
When it comes to manufacturing, few regions can compete with China’s labor costs. Companies that rely on outsourced products, however, have lots of new hurdles to clear — just ask the firms that wound up selling lead-laced toys made in China. Therefore, is setting up a company in China still worth the risk? Our sources say yes: Companies can maintain product quality and safety while reducing costs. Here’s what you’ll need to manage the process and keep your brand - and your customers - safe.… Continue
Added by Devott on April 8, 2009 at 9:37am —
The balance has shifted quite dramatically from a market dominated and controlled by talent to recession. Just a few years ago we were all asking ourselves what to do when the Boomers exit the market and how to address the coming void of talent? Now Boomers are competition in a talent rich and jobless market. Competition is high and the opportunity to separate yourself from the pack is sought after daily.
A few weekends ago I spent time at a local church where volunteers helped job… Continue
Added by Chad Sowash on April 8, 2009 at 7:52am —
After I participated in the@animal http://cli.gs/DBSPy9
Radio Show I became more introspective about how I use Social Media as a Social Recruiting tool. What do I use SM for? How do I integrate SM with Full Life Cycle Recruiting? How do I use SM to source new Client Partners and new Human Capital Partners? I am defining SM as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, YouTube and Blogs. I am sure there are more, but for… Continue
Added by Dave Graziano on April 8, 2009 at 3:30am —
I was recently asked to speak to a group of Human Resources professionals about emerging trends in recruiting and Human Resources technology. The moderator of the group asked if I could send some preview collateral, a PowerPoint or PDF, that he could distribute to the group prior to the meeting. Having created, reviewed, deleted, ignored, and edited thousands of PowerPoint’s and PDF’s in my career, I decided that I was going to do something different. Knowing that most audiences have a very… Continue
Added by Joel Passen on April 7, 2009 at 7:30pm —
Please check out my personal blog for the article and be sure to add your own comments (and tell others to do the same):
Added by Jeff Lipschultz on April 7, 2009 at 5:32pm —
anyone know of a human resource individual with strong recruiting skills lookiing for a new opportunity please let me know. would prefer someone that has experieince in the restaurant industry.Thanks
Added by jim theiss on April 7, 2009 at 3:36pm —
In today's age of human resources enterprise technology, everything seems to revolve around utilizing software to get ahead in the business world. Whether it be making work flow more efficient, cutting costs, or organizing team collaboration- there are a myriad of functions that enterprise recruiting software and applicant management systems can serve. However, with the number of options for software out there and the number of features per piece of software, it can often be a daunting and… Continue
Added by Darwin Redshield on April 7, 2009 at 2:04pm —
So the blessed day has come, you have your interview. We have already talked about how to prep before your interview day - now some last minute fine tuning and then what to do when you are in the midst of your discussions.
Ramping up or down:
Ramp up: If it is a morning interview, make sure you get a good night's sleep. If you are currently not employed, ramp up with some last minute study or review of notes/job/resume, read the Wall… Continue
Added by Bill Meirs on April 7, 2009 at 1:30pm —
I'm working with The New Orleans Young Urban Rebuilding Professionals Initiative
, an economic and social development non-profit at the forefront of the New Orleans' Brain Gain, to launch WorkNOLA.com
- Jobs for New Orleans
to attract and retain talent to the New Orleans region. We're about to launch our beta site
and I'd love to know what you… Continue
Added by Austin Lavin on April 7, 2009 at 11:49am —
Hello Congress, Obama and the World Markets! The answer to a company, country or world's success is right in front of you. Invest in People...you heard it for free and it didn't cost you a bail out, or a deficit. Hire talented recruitment professionals to identify jobs, hire talent, and grow productivity.
With the right leadership hire, business and services increase, productivity sours, and oh yeah that GNP might actually increase!!!!
Its more than Labor Economics, its… Continue
Added by Susan Hand on April 7, 2009 at 11:37am —
I'm not really much of one for a bait and switch, holding an ace up my sleeve, or pulling any sort of trickery on a candidate. It doesn't seem to foster a good relationship and tends to cause trust issues. For this very reason I provide as much information as I possibly can while maintaining a level playing field - I just happen to be pretty particular about my timing.
There are a lot of things a candidate should know prior to an interview. He or she should have a good idea of the… Continue
Added by Gino Conti on April 7, 2009 at 11:28am —
Recently I helped a friend of a friend find placement. It didn't take much for me to lend my network, and resources. I also steered the friend toward professional sites, and resume tips. I often do this for my professional network and family.
However, recently I've been overloaded by associates who need or want help. I hate to turn them away but I am on a job search myself, so have to stay focused.
My mentor suggested that I start thinking about a fee for service business.… Continue
Added by Susan Hand on April 7, 2009 at 11:07am —
I saw a video today which re-ignited a thought of mine, which has been bubbling away in dormant fury for the last few years.
I have got fed up with generation generalisations. In particular the constant genuflecting to the Gen Y's of the world. Get ready world, change everything here they come! They need to be treated different, they expect more, more quickly, they care for the environment, the crave community, they are more fluid in their employment ideals, they are new, fresh, the… Continue
Added by Dan Nuroo on April 7, 2009 at 10:33am —
I started my journey to the Spring ERExpo show out of Indianapolis on a flight Monday at 6:45amEST through Denver and landing in San Diego at 9:35amPST. Booking the flight I wanted to ensure that I had plenty of time to prep for the reception that night, meeting friends throughout the day and final prep for the conference. Great plan, although it didn't quite work out that way.
First my flight was put into a holding pattern over Denver due to the weather and then… Continue
Added by Chad Sowash on April 7, 2009 at 9:38am —
I have couple of positions in Noida to fill. Please let me know if you can recommend me any one for the said role.
Sharing the Partial JD:
Role: Assistant Manager (Finance Operations)
Reporting to: Operations Manager
Must to have: Flexible to work in Shifts.
Positions Details: Manage the accounting reconciliation processes. Responsible for supervisory support to associate accountants through transaction monitoring to deliver… Continue
Added by Amit Gupta on April 7, 2009 at 1:05am —
Please review the details as mentioned below and let me have your feedback at your earliest.
Must to have: 12+ years
Skills: Remedy, ITSM
Position Description :
The Principal Product Developer is the highest level programming position in the product development job family and is responsible for providing programming leadership for a product/solution according to design specifications.
The role builds prototypes and uses other… Continue
Added by Amit Gupta on April 7, 2009 at 1:03am —
Sharing with you an excellent opportunity for Head of Testing Practice in Bangalore.
Kindly check the details below and let me know if you are interested to explore. Should you not be interested, would appreciate if you can refer me any one for the same.
Job Title: Head- Testing Practice (GM/AVP Level)
Location: Bangalore, India
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Robust hands-on experience with the offshore delivery model,… Continue
Added by Amit Gupta on April 7, 2009 at 1:02am —