cBizSoft Launches SourceFirst, a New Internet Candidate Sourcing Tool
Dallas - July 27, 2009 - cBizSoft, Inc., a leader in recruiting software solutions for the staffing industry, today unveiled SourceFirst, their fully integrated candidate sourcing tool. SourceFirst enables users to search for qualified candidates across hundreds of sites, including paid job boards, major search engines, free boards, niche boards, associations, colleges and social networks. SourceFirst… Continue
Added by Bob Nelson on July 27, 2009 at 10:30am —
Click on the above link to Check out this Free Job Posting Resource and to Sign up. You can just post on the free sites or add additional paid sites without having to sign those contracts! This is a new resource for me so I am still learning more about it but I wanted to be sure to share it with all of you.
The following graduate business schools’ resume book databases will be released in the next 30 days for you to begin searching and filtering though the world's best MBA candidates. If you haven’t already pre-ordered, you can now. Get a jump on your competition today!
Upcoming Resume Book Releases: (in order by release date)… Continue
Added by Ryan Pratt on July 27, 2009 at 9:36am —
sciencescrossing locates jobs inside your niche, conducting a more streamlined job search.
If you are a job seeker with a specific industry interest, sciencescrossing provides instant access to a comprehensive pool of listings based on your particular area of focus.
If you are a job seeker with a specific industry interest, sciencescrossing provides instant access to a comprehensive pool of listings based on your particular area of focus. Unlike other job search and career… Continue
Added by symonds on July 25, 2009 at 4:30am —
I admit, I have a fear of commitment on so many things and an unwavering loyalty to certain things that I commit to.
Example #1 Commitment Fear – I am almost OCD when it comes to making decisions on no brainer things in my life (at work, no issues w/this – odd? yes) like flavor of ice cream (do I do vanilla, vanilla bean, french vanilla? AND YES there is a difference) where to go on vacation, etc. because I don’t want to commit to any one thing and always be questioning if the other option… Continue
Added by Sarah White on July 23, 2009 at 10:46am —
To meet today’s challenges, companies world-wide are searching for ways to do more with less. While many strategies offer streamlined processes and ways to add value, the biggest opportunities to meet this challenge lie within the talent themselves and are critical to future success:
• Finding the right talent
• Retaining your top performers
• Ensuring your best employees have the opportunity to thrive
Managing talent can be tough, but it doesn’t have to be. The… Continue
This was a thought provoking question posted on LinkedIn. What do you think? here's my answer:
“I believe that many so called recruiters and job boards are capitalizing on the high numbers of people ACTIVELY seeking work in order to somehow make it through, themselves. For me, I'm not doing this because I think it dilutes a brand. People should never have to pay for a job. EVER. Job boards are for lazy agency recruiters who don't have time to actually research and source to find… Continue
Awhile back I wrote a blog about the “Green Collar Jobs” and it looks like green sector is here to stay. The new administration is committed to reducing carbon emissions in an effort to fight global climate change. These new investments have the potential to provide economic benefits that go way beyond the primary one of emissions reduction.
We lost over 5.1 million jobs over the past 15 months. The new administration commits $100 billion annually in new public investments over the… Continue
Added by Luigi Lupo on July 23, 2009 at 10:16am —
TwitterJobSearch Launches New Feature to Kill Job Spam
First Real-Time Job Search Engine to go "Beyond the Tweet"
London, UK – 16 July 2009, At the Social Media in Recruitment Conference: TwitterJobSearch (www.TwitterJobSearch.com), the first real time job search engine, launched its "Beyond the Tweet" functionality to eliminate spam from the job seekers experience. "Beyond the Tweet" will present relevant data to job seekers gathered from the pages linked to in Tweets. Using… Continue
Admittedly, I like to tell stories, and if I may say so, this is one of my strengths as a recruiter. Storytelling can be a powerful tool in the recruitment process.
If you are embarking on a search to find a new team member for your own company or on behalf of a client, one of the first things I recommend (if you haven’t yet done so) is to think about the company’s story. If the company is a startup, you won’t have a lot of history to fall back on, but you can still have a compelling… Continue
Just over a year ago the buzz in the market was all about how much today is a buyer’s (candidate’s) market and how there were more jobs than there was talent to fill the openings. From about 2001 to the end of 2007 the economy was souring and the number of jobs being created was increasing at fast rates. It was a time when such statistics as "44 million Gen “X”ers in the workforce to replace 77 million retirees" and "11,000 people are reaching age 55 every day" were staggering numbers that… Continue
News flash - these are challenging days! OK, that's sooo old news by now, but nonetheless it still garners headlines. As a profession that relies on a healthy job market, well....need I say more?
Working in a consultancy firm - our clients have always been important to us, but in times like these they are all the more so. I am reminded of that classic little ditty, "Make new friends but keep the old. One is silver and the other is gold". Not to say we think of our clients as merely… Continue