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JF Apex innovates with HR Technology

Jacob Fleming Apex has designed and organised a top of the line 'HR Technology Summit’ in response to the latest developments in technology being used in HR management. JF Apex has personally invited HR Decision Makers to join the Summit which will provide a programme dedicated to learning about these processes from a selection of Senior HR industry speakers.



Taking place on the 3rd, 4th and 5th November 2008 at the five star A.B. Skipper Hotel in Barcelona the event is also open to… Continue

Added by Jacob Fleming on June 11, 2008 at 9:08am — No Comments

June 11, 2008

Claudia’s Wednesday Wisdom

Claudia Faust advises on tricky situations, answers members' questions...

Claudia helps recruiter "Stuck in the Middle" draw the line between a fistful of dollars and the good, the bad and the ugly:

I have been told by several candidates recently that hell will freeze over before they'll consider working for one of my clients. Since this seems to be a growing trend of feedback, what is my responsibility as a recruiter? Should I just…
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Added by Amitai Givertz on June 11, 2008 at 7:13am — No Comments

Glassdoor.com vs. Salarytrack.co.uk

Looking through Glassdoor Darkly



Businessweek looks at a new startup, Glassdoor.com, here. The company has an impressive pedigree and a nice looking site, but we think these types of “review your teacher/company/cafe” products provide anecdotal but not really actionable data. Fine for selecting a muffin but less useful for negotiating a salary.



The use of self-reported survey data is an established protocol for putting together… Continue

Added by william fischer on June 11, 2008 at 7:03am — No Comments

UK Online Recruitment Advertising is King

The £20 billion Opportunity in UK Recruitment Advertising



At workhound.co.uk, we like data -- and the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) provides great data for determining emerging opportunities in the online advertising space. The IAB/PWC 2007 data for the UK is fascinating. Some highlights:



* 38% Year on Year Growth in UK online advertising spend

* £2.8 billion spent online - now larger than press classifieds and regional… Continue

Added by william fischer on June 11, 2008 at 4:06am — No Comments

Wednesday Wisdom: Defending the Ugly Client

Dear Claudia,



I have been told by several candidates recently that hell will freeze over before they'll consider working for one of my clients. Since this seems to be a growing trend of feedback, what is my responsibility as a recruiter? Should I just sell the company to candidates in spite of its reputation? Or do I tell the company what I’m hearing on the street? I’d like to keep them as a client if possible.



Stuck in the middle




Hi Stuck,



For… Continue

Added by Claudia Faust on June 11, 2008 at 1:00am — 1 Comment

A gathering place

Each moment brings an opportunity to be a part of a "community," be that in line at Best Buy or in the waiting room of a doctor's office. Susan Burns led an insightful conversation/chat with many opinions and free-flowing ideas this Tuesday... I feel lucky enough to have been a part of that exchange.



There are many communities that each of us belongs to...

Some of mine include: family, school, work, friends, PTA, theater, neighborhood, co-ops and a few online communities... It… Continue

Added by Rayanne on June 10, 2008 at 8:00pm — 5 Comments

“I’ll show you mine, if you show me yours” Promiscuous Web 2.0

Let’s face it, Web 2.0 is quickly becoming the hottest way to market and evangelize your business. No only is it the most effective way to build a professional network, it’s the fastest. Social networking tools can help build strong relationships, but it’s still an artistry that takes effort to make them effective and fruitful.



Yes, when it comes to professional networking, you may call me promiscuous. In the past, I’ve been known to network with anyone…. that is, until… Continue

Added by Heather Gardner on June 10, 2008 at 5:54pm — 2 Comments

I NEED A MECHANICAL ENGINEER w/Solidworks

I am currently searching for a Mechanical Engineer with a BSME and needs to be very strong on Solidworks. They need experience designing automation and machines and machine componets. The work id in the Clarkston, MI. area and is a contract to hire with no travel. If this person id out there please send resume to swallace@atnservices.com.

Thank You.

Added by Stanley A. Wallace, Jr. on June 10, 2008 at 5:22pm — No Comments

Wanted - a CRM/ATS that can scale to meet client's needs

Hello!



I am looking for good recommendations for a CRM/ATS (Applicant Tracking Software) that is offered as a Web Based Application. I am starting a new business where I will be consulting clients on the entire HR Talent Acquisition process and really offering an RPO (recruitment process outsourcing) solution to them. Does anyone have a recommendation? I am looking at Taleo, RecruitNext, Jobscience, perhaps Sendouts. Bullhorn was mentioned a lot but they only provide an Agency side… Continue

Added by Lorena Stanley on June 10, 2008 at 5:14pm — 3 Comments

C#/C++/Java Developer WANTED

Hello everybody,

I am looking for C#/C++/Java Developer, min years experience - 3-5 years. If anybody knows someone who might qualify, please let me know. mila@hroneconsulting.ca

Thanks

Mila

Added by Mila on June 10, 2008 at 4:14pm — No Comments

Trying to improve my selling skills...

I am a corporate recruiter for Microsoft Canada. Recently, I have decided to work on my sales skills, since I dont get toooo much practice on the job. You can imagine how the Microsoft Brand itself goes a long way towards attracting candidates to my opportunities.



A good friend told me about Jeffrey Gotimer's "Little Red Book of Selling". I just started it, and am only on the first principle, Kick Your Own Ass! (because no one else will do it for you). I can already see how… Continue

Added by Carolyn on June 10, 2008 at 3:55pm — 2 Comments

The Sun Will Come Out...

tomorrow? This is insane. Seattle is having another rainy and cold summer and I just may loose "it." I went on a min-vacation to… Continue

Added by Naarah N Hastings on June 10, 2008 at 3:06pm — 2 Comments

Cyclical markets require adjustments

Six months ago most Information Technology recruiters were still telling their client companies how it was a candidate driven market and that yes they had to pay more, be less picky and if need be pay to relocate candidate. While that may still be the case in some corners of the world we are seeing the market evolve, and in turn our message to our clients & candidates must change as well.



So as the economy slows, companies, in turn, slow their hiring process, and it’s causing a… Continue

Added by bill martineau on June 10, 2008 at 2:45pm — No Comments

Semantic Search for Online Recruitment

Putting Semantic Search in Context



One of the challenges for a search engine is looking at unstructured data and providing structure for it. At Workhound, we have made a real investment in this capability. Just as we explore other means of presenting search results, we are always exploring other ways of making use of the technology that we’ve developed.



The announcement by Healthline that they… Continue

Added by william fischer on June 10, 2008 at 10:20am — 1 Comment

June 10, 2008

Tutorial Tuesday

Teach something, learn something...

Geoff Peterson continues his series of videos that introduce us to new tools and methods for recruiting. This week's video is on Joopz.



Joopz is a “web texting” site, where recruiters and sourcers can take advantage of a free service to get creative in reaching out to and attracting new candidates for open positions today.



Joopz Video Tutorial: Web Texting to Reach New…

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Added by Amitai Givertz on June 10, 2008 at 8:50am — No Comments

Podcast 59: Jobserve are at the G8

The latest born online recruitment podcast is out.

In this show: Jobserve launches JobG8, UK job advertising remains steady and WorkHound goes a twitter.

Enjoy!

Added by Julian Stopps on June 9, 2008 at 3:00pm — 1 Comment

Account Executive (North Jersey Locations)

Candidate will be responsible for gaining new business in their designated staffing division. 1-2 years staffing experience preferred. *Be a part of an organization that gives you the opportunity to create your own career path with great earning potential. Enjoy the competitive base salary and uncapped commission opportunity.

*Interested applicants: please send resumes to Dana Riccioni at driccioni@jouleinc.com



www.jouleinc.com



*As a Joulé staff member: You are part… Continue

Added by Dana Riccioni on June 9, 2008 at 2:26pm — No Comments

New Position, Outside my area of expertise & looking to partner up with someone - civil Engineering

Can anyone make a recommendation for the following position:



Traffic Engineer

Franklin, TN

$75K



Position will be responsible for assisting the Manager of Traffic Engineering in traffic impact studies, traffic and revenue studies, interchange justification modification studies, design and plans development as well as preparation of project reports. Additional responsibilities include; project planning and design, project detailing, plans production, coordination… Continue

Added by Anna Karoutsos on June 9, 2008 at 1:18pm — No Comments

Bloggingforjobs Named One of Industry's Hottest Blogs

Hello Everyone!!



Exciting News!



My blog, Bloggingforjobs has been listed as one of the hottest industry related blogs! B4J provides tips, tricks, and advice for those in the job search from the perspective of a professional recruiter. Check it out at www.bloggingforjobs.blogspot.com.



Thanks for your support!!! Help me become one of the Top HR Blogs for 2008 and forward my blog to a friend.



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Click on the link below and check out other… Continue

Added by Jessica Miller-Merrell on June 9, 2008 at 1:04pm — No Comments

Who is responsible for Attrition?

HR Heads are worried about employees leaving their organizations. Not only is it costly to lose trained employees but their replacements are not easy to come by. Hence the HR strives hard to keep attrition at the minimum.



Greg Weiss, an HR consultant and principal of Humanagement, in extensive interviews with HR directors at 30 companies found that most companies have little real understanding of why employees leave.…

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Added by Gireesh Kumar Sharma on June 9, 2008 at 10:37am — 1 Comment

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