Added by Brian K. Johnston on November 5, 2009 at 5:55pm —
by Michael G. Brandt - COO BrightMove Recruiting Software
I have been in the HR software industry for about 14 years and have seen some of the best and worst in most any company and any company’s personnel. I myself have been in a few very bad situations with my job on the line and have handled things both very well and very badly, which is what this article is about. I guess it was about 8 years ago now that I almost ended my career… Continue
Added by Michael Brandt on November 5, 2009 at 5:52pm —
I saw a post on Steve Boese's HR Technology blog
that caught my eye, mainly because I love to read stuff that confirms my own pet ideas, and especially the ones I bet my own dear dear money on.
What we are betting on is that corporate (and some third-party) recruiters would love to use MS Outlook as their primary ATS interface. Not a mere integration, but… Continue
Added by Martin H.Snyder on November 5, 2009 at 3:00pm —
When RiseSmart first entered the recruiting industry in 2008, it set its sights on a specific niche. One year later, RiseSmart shifted its business model to include outplacement. The difference between the two places presents a case study in disruptive business.
RiseSmart is a provider of Web-enabled outplacement and job search services. The former helps laid-off employees find jobs faster. The latter helps professionals find jobs in the $100k market.
"Our initial thought… Continue
Added by Rich on November 5, 2009 at 1:33pm —
With nearly 10% unemployment and almost 15 million people out of work, more and more individuals are seeking the services of recruiting firms, resume writing companies, networking websites, and personal coaches to help them identify and find new positions.
While I feel utilizing these ideas are certainly a good one, I contend that most unemployed people fail to utilize one particular source when seeking a new job.
That source is themselves.
We all have had… Continue
Added by Jeffrey Burkhardt on November 5, 2009 at 9:53am —
Your annual office party is probably just around the corner and it's important to realize that this event is still about business no matter how festive it may be. In order to avoid being office fodder for the Monday after the event here are some simple tips to keep in mind. Besides, do you really want to be remembered as the guy who danced like John Travolta at the party, or the woman who thought she looked good in the Britney Spears outfit?
Added by Kunin Associates on November 5, 2009 at 9:44am —
From clients and contacts to resumes and e-mail, everything in Adapt is searchable. Utilizing Adapt’s robust and dynamic searching capabilities, users can quickly access critical information with just the click of mouse. The Search Center allows users to access all of Adapt’s extensive searching tools on one easy-to-use screen. All of your searches are automatically saved, providing lists and the ability to create custom reports. Searching has never been easier or more productive. Attend our… Continue
Added by Holly Pellum on November 5, 2009 at 9:29am —
Order your Recruiters Book now and receive a free book added to your parcel!
Already a firm favourite for Recruiters this christmas - we have now seen a rise in sales, due to Recruiters not wanted to toe the line and buy Diaries and calendars for their friends or work mates.
The Recruiters Book is particularly great for Recruiters in R2R what better gift to buy your client's and candidates alike!
Prove you care, prove you understand their needs
Added by The Recruiters Book on November 5, 2009 at 5:47am —
, a startup building innovative, easy-to-use, applicant tracking software, presented to a packed house last night at DLA Piper’s Silicon Valley headquarters. The event, a monthly showcase of new technology startups, drew a diverse crowd of Silicon Valley engineers, business people, vendors, lawyers and venture capitalists. Newton was among the 4 lucky startup companies selected to demo their applications this… Continue
Added by Joel Passen on November 4, 2009 at 7:41pm —
Has anyone reviewed the new web-based service of Elance or Freelancer? It seems that companies that need services can put their job on there for "freelancers" to bid on.
I already noted someone posted a name generation job. All the interested parties bid on it to get the job. This includes off-shore companies that have rates that we would have a tough time competing with.
Will companies soon post regular jobs for recruiters on there too?
Added by Sherry Junker on November 4, 2009 at 1:43pm —
I’m often asked how important a cover letter is when submitting a resume for a position, or if one is even necessary at all. My answer is: “It depends.”
Who is receiving your resume? If it’s being sent to a recruiter, or you are applying to an online system, you can be virtually guaranteed that a cover letter would not be even looked at, much less read. The volume of resumes that go through a normal recruiting process makes it all but… Continue
Added by Harry Urschel on November 4, 2009 at 11:17am —
As a full fledged football widow, I hear those words screamed by Hank Williams Jr and my husband every Monday night during the season. Married to a dedicated Buffalo Bills fan, football is religion and our weekend activities are planned around what games are on TV. It’s a phenomenon that I do not really appreciate, and count down the weeks to our freedom. What I do appreciate is the amount of time and energy coaches and the players put forth in preparation for a game from week to… Continue
Added by Chernee Vitello on November 4, 2009 at 9:33am —
More companies have made the strategic decision to hire MBA students through summer internships the past several years. This year is no exception. MBA Focus
has been helping these companies identify and attract high-potential interns from the world's top-ranked MBA programs by using resume books powered by MBA Focus.
What are your MBA recruiting plans? Do they include summer interns? If so,… Continue
Added by Ryan Pratt on November 4, 2009 at 8:47am —
OK, so I lied... There I said it.
More of a lie of omission. I was reading over my blog, which has gone way longer that I actually expected it to, I mean who'd have thought that I'd still be doing this 18 months on. Anyway, I wrote an entry in February titled, "Why I blog"
Added by Dan Nuroo on November 4, 2009 at 8:44am —
"Life's A Climb-But the View Sure is Great!"-Mylee Cyrus-Hannah Montana The Movie
It was a year and a half ago, where I wrote my first blog on RecruitingBlogs.com when the forum was just getting started. It was 6 months ago, where the economy stole me away from my true career aspirations in staffing, where my heart and soul have been forged and honed. Here I stand in the midst of the… Continue
Added by Mike Rasmussen on November 4, 2009 at 3:30am —
Professionalism, a term commonly used for managers and has difficult meanings in the dictionary (Don’t even want to go through them). I derived a completely new definition of professionalism based on my experience. Ok, I know, many of you may not agree but this is the best definition to me and helps to keep my selection criteria clear and focused to my organizational goals. Initially I thought of it as “The ACT that makes the body or mind used to an… Continue
Added by Hassan Rizwan on November 4, 2009 at 1:50am —
One of my favorite fellow bloggers is Chris Wilson who is also located in Oklahoma City. While his blog focuses on digital marketing strategies for businesses, many of his posts are relevant to those in the job hunt as well as the human resource industry. A recent post of his discusses, a revealing Slide Share presentation by Jeff Brenman of Apollo Ideas discussing the future of the workplace.
With Chris and Jeff’s posts in mind, it is important for us to understand that how we as… Continue
Added by Jessica Miller-Merrell on November 3, 2009 at 2:47pm —
In today's Here's Who's Hiring I had to look no further than the shirt I was wearing. So I went to ResuWe.com and used the job search feature typing in What: Marketing, Ralph Lauren and Where: New York, NY. I want to help Ralph Lauren by giving them qualified candidates and fighting unemployment by giving you the direct hiring manager's email.
Their website states, "Polo Ralph Lauren is a leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products in four… Continue
Added by Dan Boersma on November 3, 2009 at 1:27pm —
I'm a Career Coach.
I know, I know. . . many of you probably think that makes me "the bad guy." Afterall, as a group we spend a lot of time dissing recruiters and teaching job seekers how to "work around" recruiters. The truth is, Career Coaches have their place in the HR recruitment process, just as recruiters do. Not everyone will work with a recruiter, nor should they. In fact you probably would appreciate it if FEWER job seekers sought out your services. As a recruiter you are… Continue
Added by Sean Harry on November 3, 2009 at 12:00pm —
Threats to our personal privacy grow worse every year. From aggressive marketers to data miners to botnet operators to identity thieves, intruders help themselves to our most sensitive personal information.
The reality of the situation is in many ways worse than the worst fears of the privacy activists. In his book Own Your Privacy, Wes Kussmaul shows how tables of data about you from different sources mate in the middle of the night in third world outposts, producing "offspring,"… Continue
Added by Mark Berger on November 3, 2009 at 11:48am —