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Impressive company names on resumes

Had a discussion this morning with a friend about the names of companies on a resume, specifically technical resumes. He took the viewpoint that having a known name on a resume is a career plus; my view is that this can only be determined knowing who is reading the resume.



Recruiters, I believe, latch on to high profile names like GE, Pepsi, or JP Morgan that appear on resumes and immediately develop a positive value assessment of the person irrespective of the content and… Continue

Added by Steve Levy on December 16, 2008 at 12:46pm — 4 Comments

Creative Sourcing Vs. Deep Sourcing

This response come from a questions posted the other day regarding the differences between Creative Sourcing and Deep Sourcing. This is a great topic to talk about and really defines the strategy in which you find yourself implementing. Well I hope this helps. Feel free to comment and post your thoughts as well. More questions and answers can be found in full at www.CruiterTalk.com

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Question: What is your definition of Creative Sourcing… Continue

Added by Ryan Leary on December 16, 2008 at 12:44pm — No Comments

We have an urgent rek of J2EE Technical Architect at CA /Silicon Valley for 6 mths + contract

Hi friends,



We have an urgent rek of J2EE Technical Architect at CA /Silicon Valley for 6 mths + contract



Position : J2ee Technical architect



Duration : 6 mths



Location : CA/ Silicon Valley



Some amount of travelling is required









a true onshore tech resource that can perform a number of tech arch type functions defined below

i. Capacity planning

ii. Newtwork planning

iii. Some development

iv.… Continue

Added by SUMITA HALDAR on December 16, 2008 at 12:33pm — No Comments

Relevant, Irrelevant and Provocative Interview Questions

There have been many articles written over the last few years on what is the best predictor of success in business. The costs to a company in making a bad hiring decision are significant. If a company hires a poor performing candidate, the company will see lower productivity from this employee and will have wasted the time and money to hire and train this resource. When the company replaces this employee, it will incur additional costs to replace him or her, which includes the fees to hire the… Continue

Added by Jeremy Hatfield on December 16, 2008 at 11:30am — No Comments

Candidate available for project

Hi All,



I have good J2EE, SAP and .NET consultant in my bench, please send me your open job requirements to sudip@atlassoft.com, sudip013@gmail.com or sudip013@yahoo.com.





Thanks,

Sudip Ganguly

Atlas Software Technologies, Inc.

"An SBA 8 (a) Certified Company"

Ph: 312-376-8242

Fax : (312) 275-7696

www.atlassoft.com



GoogleTalk: sudip013@gmail.com



Confidentiality Notice: The material in this e-mail is intended only for… Continue

Added by Sudip on December 16, 2008 at 8:23am — No Comments

Sheila Greco's Search Technique

Source: Dave Mendoza



Sample Search:



Goal: Get names of brand managers

Tools: Directory listing brands for each target company

Technology: Phone



Method:

- research from the top level down

- set a target of 10 names per call.

- if you can, find out who…

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Added by Recruiting Animal on December 16, 2008 at 6:00am — 1 Comment

"Is it enough to recruit a person,not beyond that??"

Well, I am totally new here in this site, I was looking that people are here from recruitment sides. Suddenly one question clicked in my mind that "Is it enough to recruit a person,not beyond that??" our duty is only to recruit people, just to recruit not to do after the recruitment.

Why am I putting this question coz m working as Sr. Human Recourse in a IT firm and recruitment is just a part of my profile. But I am wondering that there is a hell lot of work to do on a single recruited… Continue

Added by Deepika Chaudhary on December 16, 2008 at 1:51am — 1 Comment

Winners Get Connected... And Listed... And Paid!

Who won?! A dozen or so days ago I posted a quick article that talked about Google's Friend Connect and issued a bit of a challenge in the form of a drawing to use the new feature. The prize was a $50 gift certificate for the lucky name drawn from a hat (okay, I used a tupperware bowl - sue me.)



The idea behind the promotion… Continue

Added by RecruiterGuy on December 16, 2008 at 12:00am — No Comments

The No Client Blues

This is my first blog post. Oh my goodness, I'm blogging! (Ok enough of the epiphany). Seriously, I want to "vent" about the hardships of finding new clients. Is there anyone else experiencing this? Is it my industry focus? Is it this economic climate? Is it that time of year where things slow down? Is it a combination of all of these plus some?



Well, admittedly, I do not come from the School of Business Developers. "Cold calling" is not my specialty, neither is breaking someone's… Continue

Added by Timika Pollack on December 15, 2008 at 11:00pm — 6 Comments

Social Media Headhunter Cafe Launches

I've been hard at work back in my workshop, creating training for recruiters who want to use social media to hire candidates. The Social Media Headhunter Series grew out of my frustration with everyone saying that social media was great for recruiting, but few people actually using social media to hire. The result was a series of trainings where i go inside applications and walk recruiters through a step-by-step program to develop and utilize… Continue

Added by Jim Durbin on December 15, 2008 at 10:29pm — 2 Comments

Land your most FULFILLING job (written by MF for Brandon Hall Newsletter)

You want to find a new role, a job you can really get excited about. Think beyond the jobs you see and hear about. Make it your temporary job to seek out your dream job. How?



One way is by knowing and seeking to find elearning/learning work within your area of passion/personal interests. You know, what you want to do when you retire. Research the possibilities of combining that with your current professional career. Example – if you are a learning professional, and love anything from… Continue

Added by Margot@avondalesearch.com on December 15, 2008 at 9:10pm — No Comments

Current openings (as of last week, really)

Avondale Search International is currently seeking:

• Senior Instructional Designer, Ohio

• Manager, Innovative Learning Technologies, Ohio

• Dean of Information Technology School (online university), PhD required

• Enterprise Sales, Instructor Led Training, Virtual, western half of the US preferred

• eLearning sales positions, for those with proven success selling to F2000 General Counsel decision makers (virtual)

• Sales Management, outsourced ILT Learning… Continue

Added by Margot@avondalesearch.com on December 15, 2008 at 9:06pm — No Comments

Siemens is just fine

By now some of have heard that Siemens has been fined $1.34 Billion to settle cases of global bribery. Yet Siemens somehow was able to avoid both a guilty plea or a conviction for bribery, enabling the company to maintain its status as a "responsible contractor" with the United States Defense Logistics Agency. As a "responsible contractor", Siemens is able to bid for public procurement contracts in the… Continue

Added by Steve Levy on December 15, 2008 at 8:58pm — 1 Comment

Thanks for everything, we're laying you off. Merry Christmas! (Days 5 & 6)

See the previous blog entry to this series here.



So the weekend ended and I got a flood of emails and phone calls on Monday (some of which came from my previous company as there are many there looking too). So many in fact that another week a has gone by and I still find myself responding to many of these emails and phone calls. (Sorry if you are one of those that I have not… Continue

Added by Steve on December 15, 2008 at 8:50pm — 1 Comment

The Sales Person's One-Word Job Description

Everyone is searching for answers on how to sell in a down economy. Many feel that the sales game has changed, but in reality the economic challenge has forced sales people to improve their skills and refine their approach.



When I present to sales organizations searching for the Holy Grail to sell in this economy, I start with a very basic question. "What is your job as a sales person?" Usually, that question is met with silence for a moment; and then I'm peppered by a… Continue

Added by Lee Salz on December 15, 2008 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Web2.0: Did video really kill the radio star?

This has been really interesting for me... trying to manoeuvre my blog from Recruitingblogs.com to blogger.com. Only because I was looking for something a little more mainstream, I think it could be time for me to really start to get my voice tuned up.. I will continue to double post if you will as I cannot get… Continue

Added by Dan Nuroo on December 15, 2008 at 5:00pm — No Comments

30 STRATEGIES FOR SELLING MORE BOOKS

I have developed a new FREE report entitled "30 STRATEGIES FOR SELLING MORE BOOKS" it's completely FREE to my FRIENDS.



If you would like a Free copy please add as a friend and sign up below and I'll send it out to you. I look forward to helping You "Sell More Books."…



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Added by Bert Martinez - The Emotional Engineer on December 15, 2008 at 3:00pm — 1 Comment

Looking for LPNs with Pediatric Experience for the ED and West Kendall & Doral Urgent Care Centers

Looking for LPNs with Pediatric Experience for the ED and West Kendall & Doral Urgent Care Centers.

Please visit www.mchr.com to apply.

Added by Germaine on December 15, 2008 at 2:31pm — No Comments

Fa La La La - Layoffs??

2008 – What a year! We have a historic President-Elect who we are hoping will inspire the American public. It has been officially declared that the United States has been in a recession for the past 12 months. Companies are laying off ten’s of thousands of workers while others are closing completely. And finally to top it off – a Journalist in Iraq attempted to hit George W. Bush with not one, but both of his shoes and almost succeeded. This one is definitely headed for the record… Continue

Added by Kelly Moeller on December 15, 2008 at 2:26pm — No Comments

Outsourcing

This is my first ever blog on recruiting blogs.



My name is AJ and I am a recruiter that is based in the Philippines, I have been working for the past 2 years for a recruiting firm based on the East Coast.



Last week I started looking around here and found rock star recruiting it has got us thinking into focusing on split deals. Here in this office we have recruiters that do very good in searching for top notch candidates all over the US. No matter what the industry all we… Continue

Added by Anthony Jame on December 15, 2008 at 11:37am — 2 Comments

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