Traditionally, the CEO has played the role of company evangelist. In fact, having a single company representative was perfect for a broadcast, one-way method of information dissemination. However, with the rise of social media and the corresponding call for authenticity, having the CEO assume the role of evangelist is no longer necessary or even desirable. Just as most consumers are mistrustful of direct advertising, there is also an increasing likelihood that statements from your CEO may be…Continue
Remember the first phase of the Social Web. During this time, anonymous comments with questionable intent and veracity were littered throughout the landscape of our Internet experience. In some cases, these comments cast enough doubt to prevent patronizing an establishment, purchasing a product, or applying for a job at a company. With the current evolution of the Social Web, comments are easily traceable to online profiles from Facebook, Twitter, Google, and LinkedIn. The ability to connect…Continue
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Diversity Sourcing Part 4
Here is the last in the 4 part series on…Continue
Recognition for a task well done can come in many forms ranging from a simple thank you to a raise in base salary or other form of monetary compensation such as a gift certificate. Assuming, of course, that the employer or boss has the intelligence and manners to make the acknowledgement, there is a certain maturity to accepting the acknowledgement. You don't want to act so crass as to give the…Continue
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I wanted to wait a few weeks till I wrote my blog on what my takeaways were from #trulondon to let them sink in properly. For me, it was a great event. Logistically, we had a few problems and hands up, we made a few cock ups that we need to get right, mostly around communication and things like coffee and lunches. We have learnt plenty of lessons, and for that side of the event ,I would score 4/10. We went in to the event without a plan B, and when things didn’t quite work out we came a bit…Continue
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Hi RecruitingBlogs Friends,
How ya doing?? Long time since I logged in and am super happy to find that I can now access my profile (before would say - cant find page) and now magically, it's all good :)
Besides committing every Social Networking sin known to man on here and abandoning my profile for months at a time, I been busy...
Work's been busy - busy is good, yes - but I am talking Mad busy. Been working on a req load of 20+ reqs for around 4…Continue
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I have like all of us in the recruitment industry seen the huge growth of Linkedin and have written about it and what it is on many occasions - Is Linkedin a Job Board? seemed to be one that got the “chattering classes” chattering.
But in talking with a recruiter pal of mine who is a heavy user of LinkedIn has revealed that ” when we use Linkedin we find that at least 20% of LinkedIn profiles are essentially defunct…Continue
While undergoing a VMS implementation, the question of payment is of great importance. Should the VMS tool be responsible for being the intermediary between Clients and Agencies for payment, where does the onus rest to ensure payment is made?…Continue
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1. I think part of a best friend's job should be to immediately clear your computer history if you die.
2. Nothing sucks more than that moment during an argument when you realize you're wrong.
3. I totally take back all those times I didn't want to nap when I was younger.
4. There is great need for a…
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Spending some time on facebook last night I noticed one of my programming friend’s status was “Continue
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Here's a new weekly feature we are rolling out on the SmashFly recruitment marketing blog, called the "7 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week". Here are the top
articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing on topics such as recruiting,
social media and job boards.
So let's get started. Here are the articles that peaked our interest…Continue
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Over the last couple of weeks, we've been exploring the massive restructuring of employment occurring today -- how traditional, full-time jobs with benefits are disappearing, while various forms of self employment are rising. Confirming these trends is this report by CBS News, indicating that one third of all people working today are freelancing.
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HireSuite Affordable Job Posting And Distribution Network
|Employers and Recruiters that subscribe to Hire Suite's Basic Service can also post through Hire Suite to the following premium commercial job boards, often at discounted rates.
You must have an individual account with each premium board you want to use. Hire…
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Diversity Sourcing Part 3
As promised, I will now continue with part 3 of…Continue
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