Recruiting Blogs (20,215)

RN positions n N Jersey. Would anyone be interested in splitting?


Added by Roisin Horgan on October 6, 2009 at 11:11pm — No Comments

The Magic of Recruiting by Splitting a Role

Fast-tracking the recruitment process, without taking the time to fully understand all the role requirements, can often distract recruiters. This dilemma was again highlighted to me recently, after a coffee meeting with a recruiter friend, who was asked to fill a difficult role.

Companies may often struggle to fill a role without being able to attract the right candidates. Sometimes, this could be a strong signal for the role to be redesigned.

A lot of my early HR… Continue

Added by Charles Van Heerden on October 6, 2009 at 10:00pm — No Comments

Planting a Resume Garden

Many candidates are not told this, but how they distribute their resume can contribute greatly to the response they receive from prospective employers. To demonstrate this I will use the analogy of a garden to show your resume's relationship to the job market.

In this example you should consider each copy of your resume as a seed with the potential to grow your ideal job. The soil is represented by the places where your resumes end up, such as companies, organizations, job… Continue

Added by Pedro S. Silva II on October 6, 2009 at 7:30pm — 1 Comment

Is BumpTop the next step?

Even since seeing the movie Minority Report I've been patiently waiting for touch screen computing. Then Microsoft started teasing me with these incredibly cool Surface videos a couple years ago which about sent my… Continue

Added by Chad Sowash on October 6, 2009 at 12:14pm — No Comments

Premier Colleges Collaborative Alumni Job Fair: Chicago, Illinois!

Hello friends and friends of friends and friends of friends of friends (networking humor. terrible, I know).

I want to just post a quick blog this week about MyWorkster’s second collaborative job fair for alumni. As you may know, our first was in New York city this past June and was an incredible success. Two of those participating schools, Indiana & Notre Dame, just couldn’t wait to duplicate the event, but in a neighboring… Continue

Added by Tarek Pertew on October 6, 2009 at 11:04am — No Comments

Pay per posting vs. pay per response

For the past 15 years, the job board industry has been dominated by the ‘pay per posting‘ revenue model: an employer purchases a job posting (and sometimes resume access or other add ons).

Yet there’s another model that has been around a while: ‘pay per response‘. In other words, you post your job, and when job seekers apply to your job, you pay for each application.

On the surface, it seems that pay per response would be more attractive to most employers – after all, if… Continue

Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on October 6, 2009 at 9:33am — No Comments

Recruiters - How are you going to finish the year?

I posted this yesterday on my personal blog and then realized something. Recruitingblogs gets thousands of hits a day. MY SITE doesn't even get half that! SO here it is. If it inspires even one person then I'm glad I dragged it over here too!

Few things refresh the spirit like a handful of sendouts. It’s pretty easy to relax a bit when you’ve got some activity on your desk. As I sit here with 4 sendouts on the books –… Continue

Added by Jerry Albright on October 6, 2009 at 8:00am — 3 Comments

Help!!!...I'm drowning in Resumes.

Help!...I’m drowning in Resumes.

Trevor Smith, 10/01/09

With the current economic situation having such a heavy influence in today’s job market and candidate pool, employers and even recruiters are seeing more job seekers in the available talent pool. Who among us hasn’t posted a new opening on a job board or other vehicle only to get to work the next morning with an inbox full of hundreds (literally) of resumes? If your experience has been… Continue

Added by Trevor Smith on October 5, 2009 at 5:06pm — 8 Comments

The Flip Side of Applicant Tracking

The situation is all too familiar: a job seeker gets their hopes up about landing a position with a company, only to never hear back from the them. About three years ago I experienced this situation and wasn't willing to wait anymore.

When I first moved to San Francisco, I applied for a job at an *unnamed* internet start up,which was backed by a major venture capitalist who had his hands in several other successful projects. I made it through the Craigslist resume cattle call and was… Continue

Added by Darwin Redshield on October 5, 2009 at 4:25pm — No Comments

Discovering Your Transferable Skills

Miyagi taught Daniel the Secret of Transferable Skills One of the most difficult, yet most valuable discoveries one can make on a job search is figuring out how to apply their transferable skills to a new opportunity. This particular ability is especially helpful for people wanting to make a career change or those looking to enter the job market for the first time.

A transferable skill is any ability--whether it is a natural talent or acquired skill nurtured through employment, schooling, etc.--that can be used in multiple… Continue

Added by Pedro S. Silva II on October 5, 2009 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Rules of Engagement In a Job Search

In military terms, the Rules of Engagement determine when and how much force should be applied to a given situation. The amount of force applied varies with increasing intensity depending on the level of resistance that the troops are coming up against. An example of how to respond to a level 3 resistance according to the US Marines' ROE goes as follows:

Level 3:… Continue

Added by Pedro S. Silva II on October 5, 2009 at 3:25pm — No Comments

Recruitment Strategy Development - Impressive Interviewing

You can imagine what a daunting task it is to write a blog on a topic that has generated enough books to pave the way from St. Louis to San Diego. However since this blog is another in the series of high level blogs on Recruitment Strategy Development, it must be done.

Is interviewing taken seriously in corporate America? If it were, hiring managers would be trained to be more effective in the interviewing process. As a matter of fact, trained and “certified” hiring managers from… Continue

Added by Bill Humbert on October 5, 2009 at 2:30pm — No Comments

Memory Lane from a Michael Jackson song....

My kids have been caught up in the Michael Jackson tributes and my son in particular will harass me every day in the car... "Daddy, can you put on Michael Jackson please?"

I'm not sure how, but I didn't know this song. "PYT... Pretty Young Thing" it amused me. When I did a really, REALLY short stint as a R2R person, this is one of the key phrases one particular (short lived) client would use to describe what they wanted me to find for them. Sales history,… Continue

Added by Dan Nuroo on October 5, 2009 at 9:18am — No Comments

Retention, Keeping your Best Employees

As the economy improves, and more jobs become available, it is natural for employees to become curious about what other career opportunities are out there for them. This can cause concern for some employers. Retention thinking is something that should already be taking place in your organization, if not, here are some tips to start the process.

1) Allow your employees the opportunity to grow. Encourage continuing education, training… Continue

Added by Kunin Associates on October 5, 2009 at 9:07am — No Comments

Job Search Secrets with Radical Recruit

As many of you know, I have a weekly live webshow on MomTV Sundays at 9:00 PM EST where we talk about the unwritten rules of the job search. This week’s show was amazing and featured Geoff Webb, the Radical Recruiter. Geoff provided viewers some great information on how to reach hiring managers and recruiters using sourcing methods and other traditional methods.

Just to give you an insight into Geoff (@radicalrecruit), he has over 20 years of experience in recruiting and has been… Continue

Added by Jessica Miller-Merrell on October 5, 2009 at 8:21am — No Comments

Why manage Candidate Experience?

For the good recruiters handling candidate experience is a natural talent. Some thing they do as part of the recruitment process with or without being conscious of it. A great candidate experience helps the recruiter in more than one way.

Better Screening

First of all, the candidate opens up more than he/she would usually do. So recruiter gets to know more about the candidate, his needs and aspirations, strengths & limitations, hot buttons or even red flags and this… Continue

Added by Kiran Gali on October 5, 2009 at 2:30am — 6 Comments

Job Boards and networks for analytic recruiters

The metric used to determine the price category ($$$ = high, $$ = medium, $ = low) is based on the average number of page views per job ad, as well as cost and duration (30 / 60 / 90 days). Internet traffic volume (*** = high, ** = medium, * = low) is based on metrics computed by Alexa, Compete and Quantast in September 2009.


Added by Vincent Granville on October 4, 2009 at 2:00pm — No Comments

Branding Your Firm As A Recruiting Firm Of Choice!

Keen just completed leading another Certification in Employee Retention for NAPS, in the 16 hours of content course titled Talent Strategy 3.0 our seasoned search professionals were inspired, engaged and clamoring for opportunities to service their clients in a more strategic manner.

People always say when the student is ready the teacher appears, well this past week at the… Continue

Added by Margaret Graziano on October 4, 2009 at 12:20am — No Comments

Why Does Everyone Hate Recruiters?

A couple of years ago, we spent New Years Eve in Thornton Park, at the end of Balmain, with a great view of the Harbour Bridge. We got there around 4pm, set up our chairs, and prepared to wait for the fireworks. There was about 100 people there, one of whom was a talker. He was floating around, talking to people, most of whom were doing their best to pretend he wasn’t there. He sat on a bench… Continue

Added by Ian Lenehan on October 3, 2009 at 9:49pm — 11 Comments

Take It Easy

Dearest candidate,

I appreciate the opportunity to interview you and compare your skill set to the other candidates currently in consideration for our open technical management position. Please understand that I meant no disrespect or connotation of ill will when I stated that a background check is part of our employment screening process and typically adds a week’s delay to process. This is a statement I provide every candidate with whom I interview, and it is not intended to imply… Continue

Added by Suzanne M King on October 3, 2009 at 8:04pm — No Comments

Monthly Archives














All the recruiting news you see here, delivered straight to your inbox.

Just enter your e-mail address below


Join Our Discussion

RecruitingBlogs on Twitter

Recruiting Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

© 2017   All Rights Reserved   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service