Business is booming at PHC Consulting, which is of course a great thing for us, but also a great thing for candidates and client companies in medical sales, laboratory sales, clinical diagnostics sales, pharmaceutical sales, medical supplies sales, hospital equipment sales, imaging sales, pathology sales, DNA products sales, cellular and molecular products sales, medical device sales, and all areas of healthcare sales, marketing, and management. Why? Lots more opportunities for both… Continue
Added by Peggy McKee on September 30, 2008 at 1:30pm —
I was wondering how folks around the network are feeling about the business these days. We have certainly felt the impact of the economy, but are fortunately still working on new orders. I am curious to know how things are going in other markets as well as other industries (we specialize in IT and A&F). Here in Atlanta we are also faced with a gasoline shortage, which has really impacted our ability to interview candidates. I'd love to hear how others are feeling about the market. Having… Continue
Added by Chantel on September 30, 2008 at 12:55pm —
On news that Wachovia will be changing its logos soon, I proactively called some of my CitiRecruitingFriends to introduce them to my WachoviaRecruitingFriendsWhoAreNowNervousAboutTheirJobs. You know who you are so let's talk today, k?
It's frankly pathetic that the bailout plan has become another political football. Maureen shared a letter from one of her state reps that was replete with political doublespeak and inconsequential emotional junk yet failed to address the reasons how… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on September 30, 2008 at 11:30am —
Know Your Numbers
• Do you know how many miles are on your car?
• Do you know how many miles per gallon you get?
• How many phone calls did you make last week?
• How many cold calls did you make last week?
• Which figure matters more to your yearly income?
Source: Selling Power Magazine
Research shows that, on average, prospective customer lists have a 10 to 1 ratio of “suspects” to actual prospects – and on… Continue
Added by James Carchidi on September 30, 2008 at 10:52am —
Well as any recruiter knows as the markets remain in flux the more work there is for us. Whether it be recruiting candidates whose companies just announced layoff, mergers or a buyout from the Fed or talking with companies that need to fill their vacant position quickly before they have it pulled from the budget.
So of course speed and timing in the placement process is of the essence, and that means candidates and companies who hesitate will lose out on getting the next job or… Continue
Added by bill martineau on September 30, 2008 at 9:55am —
Does anyone know of a good site where I can find Siebel Candidates??????
Added by Adam Zayed on September 30, 2008 at 9:35am —
Last week a study was released from a Boston based consultant firm (Cone
) that stated almost 60% of Americans interact with companies on a social media website with one in four interacting more than once per week. The survey went on to say that 93% of Americans believed a company should have a presence in social media with a strong 85% thought that a company should be interacting with its customers through social… Continue
Added by RecruiterGuy on September 30, 2008 at 9:00am —
Recruitment is important for everyone.In my opinion this is a very interesting blog.
Added by lauran on September 29, 2008 at 11:44pm —
I sat down with Steven Rothberg, founder and president of CollegeRecruiter.com at start the recent IAEWS (International Association of Employment Web Sites) Member Fall Congress in Chicago where Steven was both a participant and the official Congress blogger.
Did you know Steven's business, Adguide Publications, Inc. started in 1991 as a publisher of maps, including college… Continue
Added by Jonathan Goodman on September 29, 2008 at 11:00pm —
Although, I know that most of you don't operate this way, there are some among you who do. And they piss me off. :)
Added by Katie Tierney on September 29, 2008 at 3:50pm —
Harry Joiner is smarter than you. He's also a more talented communicator.
But, Bill Vick used his persuasive powers to get Harry to reveal some of his best practices… Continue
Added by Recruiting Animal on September 29, 2008 at 10:47am —
points us to an article at Wiki-How on How to Persuade People with Subconscious Techniques.
Included are things like Framing, Congruence and breaking The Touch Barrier. But you know all these things already right?
Well better get reading.
Added by Anthony J. Meaney on September 29, 2008 at 8:05am —
In a space that has its fair share of Mickey Mouse know-it-all's sometimes there is more to be learned from the apprentice than the sourcerer. This week Dave introduces us to one such learner in Meet Susan (Kang) Nam, As Rare as a Pink Olive
Multibillion dollar bail out of U.S. robber barons
or round-up of the week's… Continue
Added by Amitai Givertz on September 29, 2008 at 7:30am —
Comment | Copy This
Dedicate this to the ladies ~ xo!~ Susan
by Maya Angelou
Pretty women wonder where my secret lies
I'm not cute or built to suit a model's fashion size
But when I start to tell… Continue
Added by Susan Kang Nam on September 28, 2008 at 3:51pm —
It has been several years since the more astute professional has seen gathering storm clouds across the horizon.
And, there are a multitude of reasons why not just the U.S., but the entire world, is facing extremely troubling times ahead. There's even talk that what lies ahead will be even more challenging than what our grandparents (and great-grandparents) faced during the 1920s.
Now is not the time for a weak heart or complacency. The mother of trouble is bred… Continue
Added by Phil Robles on September 28, 2008 at 11:00am —
Recruitfest: Track Leader Report
(Sep 26, 2008) I had a really good time at Recruitfest. The idea that a professional conference can be fun was a real eye opener. Maybe we should start to expect that networking is a success when it produces really big smiles.
The design of Recruitfest was pretty interesting. Each of four track leaders held court in a breakout room for much of the day. Same general topic, three different sessions. That way, participants had the chance to… Continue
Added by John Sumser on September 28, 2008 at 8:30am —
So my son and I were playing golf last weekend with a couple of friends and one noticed some commotion on a nearby hole. We turned and watched as a player stormed off the tee box, threw his club high up into a nearby tree, and stomped on down the fairway. He then yanked off his glove, tore it into pieces, threw it on the ground and kept going. Now that's something you don't see every day!
Now this player was playing a game that obviously got the better of him. Of… Continue
Added by Simon Meth on September 27, 2008 at 10:45pm —
Every successful professional can recall the exact moment when the "seed" to succeed was planted by their mentor.
In most cases it was that moment you and someone kind enough to help your career forged a bond in mentorship. That one person you fondly remember as your first (and maybe only) mentor was the catalyst that woke you up to the potential that lay within your mind and soul. Your mentor was the person who showed you what you could become with effort and attentive skills to… Continue
Added by Phil Robles on September 27, 2008 at 9:00am —
One week ago today, I was at the Grand Festival of Recruiting! I will never forget it, and want to share a few of my experiences from that day...
So Thursday night I was up late packing my things for a weekend away from home... I had planned to drive my car half way to Toronto and park it at a friends house, but I was running late that morning, and literally RAN to catch my train out of Burlington. I arrived at the InterContinental, still in my flip flops, with minutes to spare. I… Continue
Added by Carolyn on September 26, 2008 at 10:30pm —
Title: Senior Systems Analyst Integrator
Duration: 3 Months to hire
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Senior systems analyst integrator/programmer using .Net, C#/C/C++, Visual Basic, Eprise, Web Trends. (Strong potential for contract to hire)
Looking for an experienced senior with a heavier focus on .Net skills. It's essential they can lead a small team (2-3). Mainframe skills are highly desired
· 5-7 years experience in technologies such as exchange,… Continue
Added by Kunal on September 26, 2008 at 7:04pm —