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I wanted to take a minute to personally invite any and every recruiting blogger to a special webinar I am hosting this Thursday July 26, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. just for bloggers and media regarding Jobster’s new Facebook Application that we are
launching on Thursday (same day).
Jobster’s new Facebook application builds on our 6 months of working with Facebook and on the 36,000+ registered…Continue
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So I was excited about SourceCon challenge #2, as it appears I was a close runner-up to Mike Notaro who won Challenge #1 and I was determined to find the answer to the second challenge.
9 AM PST Monday, July 16th, I was awaiting an e-mail with instructions, and nada, so at 9:05 AM I went to the website and lo and behold I was looking at a real…Continue
There are so many problems that takes to convince a candidate for a contract position. Does anybody has some specific ideas to how to converse in these cases?
I have been up to my neck in employee performance reviews for the past two weeks, so needless to say, I am a little behind on all the gossip. But, I just came across the hullaballoo regarding Karen M and the ERE. All I can say is: "Seriously?" I mean, how does something get to that point? Aren't we all professionals? And adults? I am just sitting here with a blank stare on my face right now. Seriously?Continue
Hi, I'm David Perry, the author of Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters. I want to include some exciting job hunting stories in my new book. If you have a story for me
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Rob posted the following comment which I wanted to address:
rcimperman: Hi Nicole. This posting reminded me of an interesting topic you may want to…
Blogging in my field (recruiting and technology) is no easy task. I have found it is difficult to give an original though to a subject that has been so over talked by everyone from CEOs to HR professionals and beyond. Frightening terms like "the War…
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Sitting here in DC looking out the window at the hottest day of the year so far (suppose to hit 100 with about 50% humidity) I was thinking about the heat warnings they issue. You know on the news and the radio: "drink plenty of water, don't lock your dogs in the car, don't run or…
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Well, I finally have a minute between calls and emails and lions and tigers and bears! Oh my! Now, I can sit down and write a little review of the Recruiting Roadshow Unconference. Overall, let’s just say that
it was not a waste of time (scared you, didn’t I, Paul?). In fact, I gathered so much good information, I think my little newbie head might just burst.
The morning started with donuts. Lots and lot of donuts. Pink donuts.…Continue
As of writing, the hiring process in China is slowing a little as expatriate managers from multinational companies begin to take their summer holidays. With many decision makers out of town the slowdown will continue until September, when school starts.
Many of the positions that arose after the Chinese New Year bonuses were…Continue
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Trumbull, CT (PRWEB) July 23, 2007 -- Jobs in Pods, the web's first ever audio jobcast service, announced today that national retailer Walgreens has begun using its services for a new
recruitment campaign which highlights the different career paths at
America's fastest-growing retail pharmacy.
The first "jobcast" focuses on Pharmacist jobs and can be listened to at Jobsinpods.com (…Continue
Added by Chris Russell on July 23, 2007 at 11:04am — No Comments
The Economics of Sex and Staffing
Why is it that people who hold to being liberal, open-minded and educated can so quickly throw all that away when the subject of sex and babies comes up? How is it that they so quickly confuse correlation with causality?
I'll offer two examples and ask readers to enlighten me. The first involves a chapter from a recent book by economist Steven Landsburg. The second originates from a lecture I heard this…
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