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Save your Job! Show your Boss your worth, demo this right here…

It’s summer time already in the South, 90 degrees outside and humid as Vietnam 1969. The layoffs are still hot too. Not a whole lot of jobs reqs either.



Your Boss is pacing the office like a half crazed Nazi commander waiting for orders to drop kick more recruiters out. Everyone is doing their best to look busy, marching down the halls as they peck away on their blackberry and even giving Social Media Recruiting presentations.



Even a… Continue

Added by Michael Glenn on June 5, 2009 at 12:05pm — 3 Comments

I’m tired of playing dumb!

There has been a lot of talk and stories written lately about job seekers dumbing down their resumes. For the un-initiated, this is when you leave information (accomplishments and successes) off of your resume because you want to give the impression that you are not as experienced as you actually are. In my mind there are at least three distinct types of job seekers. You are either employed (congratulations), unemployed (help is on the way), or underemployed (probably looking). I think it is… Continue

Added by Duane Roberts on June 5, 2009 at 11:56am — 2 Comments

WirelessJobs.com domain name sold.

A group of investors have purchased the domain name wirelessjobs.com from me and Dennis Smith will serve as the CEO of this new organization. Dennis, you built a great community over at WirelessJobs.com and I look forward to seeing where you take it next. I was blown away to find out that you have made quite a few placements happen from the site and it shows how hard work and a great domain… Continue

Added by Slouch on June 5, 2009 at 10:00am — No Comments

SCREAM!!! Your "FREE Guide/Tips/ROI" Working with Headhunter/Recruiter on Job/Employment Search

Hello and good day!



From time to time a candidate will ask me qualifying questions (Clients ALWAYS do!) upfront about our client base, how long I have been in the business, etc.



I LOVE it when they do because it provides a platform for me provide "social proof" of my accomplishments, furthermore separates what I do, and have done (Track record), compared to my competition. (Well over 200 hires as 3rd party recruiter)



So... I want to share some qualifying… Continue

Added by Brian K. Johnston on June 5, 2009 at 9:35am — No Comments

HIRING!!!!

I work for AngioDynamics in Queensbury, New York. We are looking for a Data Warehouse Manager. Must have 7 to 10 years experience, 4 yr degree, SAP BW 3.5/BI 7.0, Project Management and Experience implementing/integrating enterprise systems. If you have this experience, or know someone that does, please have them contact me either by email, emancini@angiodynamics.com or 518 798-1215 x 1464. Thanks! Ellen

Added by Ellen Mancini on June 5, 2009 at 9:07am — No Comments

Is Anyone Else Making $100 Daily From NING

I'm sure quite a few of you are taking advantage of the easy money to be made with Ning. If I didn't have so many sites to maintain I think It is very possible to make $1,000 a day on Ning. I've tried Twitter for a good while now but nothing compares to the power of Ning (especially when your business is on autopilot!). How much are you guys making with your Ning Blogs?

Added by John on June 5, 2009 at 8:47am — No Comments

Automation ...industrialization ...sixsigma ...cmmi ....various standards...scope ....economy sustainability

given the context of use of Automation ...industrialization



...while the most western or developed nations ...have had a stable , balanced populaton growths ...stable and sustainable economic growths.



is there a population menace or rut or shortsighted ness in india ....why has there been a population explosion ...and indian economy thriving ...with plethora of jobs ...said or purported services sector ...manufacturing sector ??



how is india able to or manage or… Continue

Added by Ravi on June 5, 2009 at 7:16am — No Comments

Looking for Senior Adobe LiveCycle Developer

Location : NJ



Duration : 6 Months







Senior Adobe LiveCycle Developer



1. In-depth knowledge of the Adobe LiveCycle suite of products

2. Strong analysis skills, experience in designing, developing, implementing and testing Adobe based forms

3. Experienced in front-end (native mode Adobe), internal Adobe scripting, and back-end (API) interfaces to other applications

4. Prior experience with Java and XML is required

5. Knowledge of… Continue

Added by Gunjan on June 4, 2009 at 6:11pm — No Comments

FREE! 3 months of job postings at www.hireflyer.com

Attention: All members of recruiterblogs.com will receive 3 months of free postings. A special offer to you! If you are interested please send an email to freejobs@hireflyer.com. (Must sign up by July 10, 2009)



Are you looking for a competitive advantage to find, attract and hire new talent? HireFlyer.com delivers your job postings directly to passive and active job seekers using discreet, simple and effective email and text messaging platforms. All jobs are positioned on the… Continue

Added by Jill Blanchard on June 4, 2009 at 3:52pm — No Comments

Google Wave - What does it mean for Recruiting?

Blog Article taken from Collabor8 by Pan Eight Consulting (www.paneight.com) :



There has been a lot of news and excitement about Google Wave over the last few days. Not just from Software Developers who can see a whole new technology market opening up, but also people like myself - who love to see how technology evolution can be used and realistically mapped… Continue

Added by Pan Eight Consulting on June 4, 2009 at 2:27pm — 2 Comments

Valuation Expert in Noida

Hi,



I am looking for Valuation Expert with below mentioned experience.



Valuation of Intangibles

Valuation of Intellectual Property

Valuation of Software Industry



Educational Qualification: Preference will be given for PHD in Finannce OR M.Tech in Finance then MBA Finance along with this should have Engineering Background.



Experience: Candidate should come from either academia (lecturer) with 1+ years OR Candidates from 1-5 yrs can also… Continue

Added by Amit Gupta on June 4, 2009 at 1:04pm — No Comments

Any advice.....Anyone?

I am looking for anyone in the staffing industry that would be willing to give me some advice on staffing software out there today. The company I work for is in need of changing our front end software and there are so many to choose from, which of all seem to have similar functions and look. I am having a hard time weeding out which one would best fit our needs. The problems I am facing are all the software out there seems to be sooo advanced technilogically, that I am not quite sure if some of… Continue

Added by Carissa Jordan on June 4, 2009 at 12:15pm — 6 Comments

5 Networking Sites to See!

sitesee Most of you know the major social networking sites (Facebook®, LinkedIN®.) Well, there are a few out there you may not know about that are starting to emerge as viable networking places (membership, hits, growth, etc.) even though they may not be what you would think as a social network. If you aren't on or visiting these, you should check them out and get on at least a couple. By the way, I am not… Continue

Added by Bill Meirs on June 4, 2009 at 11:30am — No Comments

SEO for recruitment and "The Long Tail"

Here is a great interesting take on the “Long Tail” written by Dustin Woodard, guesting on Hitwise.



SEO for recruitment keywords is massively dependant on company size and how niche that company is.



For example, if your recruitment company hires advertising staff in London, I’d suggest that’s not very niche, so realistic goal setting in keyword analysis would be to look at what… Continue

Added by Dave Haygarth on June 4, 2009 at 11:21am — No Comments

A favor of the Recruiting Blogs community...

I’m not one that is used to asking for assistance, but I need your help.



A few months ago, my wife nominated me for a contest called One Man Minneapolis. A few weeks ago, I was notified that I am one of 20 finalists. The criteria is commitment to a fitness lifestyle, success in business, and active involvement in the community.



Now that there are 20 finalists, an online vote is being conducted and I need your help. If you… Continue

Added by Lee Salz on June 4, 2009 at 11:00am — No Comments

Ma Bell Called, Your Hired (or Not)

In a recent Wall Street Journal article titled "The New Trouble on the Line", the writer provided keen details on how important phone interviews are to the process. I know many of our clients are conducting highly detailed and multiple phone interviews. This article brought back a flurry of memories and reminds us how important it is to prep people for the phone interview(s).



The extensive nature of the interview is not limited to full time employees. We also find more extensive… Continue

Added by Alex Putman on June 4, 2009 at 9:48am — No Comments

Small Business Marketing in the "New Normal"

Times are tough. Here are a few ideas for small business marketing today.

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Added by Phil McCutchen on June 3, 2009 at 4:54pm — No Comments

Professionals vs Entry Level

We have a large project using a Hospital application called Epic. We are going to bring in some very bright recent grads and will cross train them in the product (which is in very high demand). There is a real shortage of people with the specific EPIC experience. Our target audience is the students who can no longer get Wall Street positions. This should prove to be very fruitful (we hope).

Added by Michael S Mantel on June 3, 2009 at 4:44pm — No Comments

The interview's the thing...

A woman has been sitting in our lobby for 71 minutes. Patiently waiting. Sitting and chatting. More precisely, a candidate for our administrative/bookkeeper position has been sitting patiently for more than an hour. Part of this is her own doing - she was 20 minutes early; part of it is happenstance - our branch manager had another meeting this morning that is running muuuuuch longer than expected. She's not concerned; she's willing to wait.



This is a huge point in her favour. She… Continue

Added by Jonathan McLeod on June 3, 2009 at 4:30pm — 5 Comments

Your cost per interview; effective job searching?

If you are sending out 50 resumes, to get 10 interviews that lead to one job offer, is that an effective ratio? I don’t profess to be a statistician, matter of fact, I didn’t do well in the class in college. What I do know is you should be spending your time on tasks that will lead to a job. How do you measure the effectiveness of your job search? A lot of people spend $200 -$500 for resume writing services. If that resume generates 10 interviews for you, you’ve paid $20-$50 per interview. If… Continue

Added by Duane Roberts on June 3, 2009 at 4:18pm — No Comments

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