Bank of America Starcom
Bank of America awarded its $230 million media planning and buying account to Starcom, following a review that began in December. The account will be staffed out of the agency's Chicago office, with some help from Boston. Starcom will work with BBDO, Hill Holliday, and other agency partners working on the bank's business.
vineyard vines Deutsch
Deutsch partnered with vineyard vines in a partnership which differs from the traditional client and agency… Continue
Professional Designation Re-certified - GMS (Global Mobility Specialist)
The Global Education of Worldwide ERC has confirmed that Juntee Terrenal,MA,GMS has complied to all the requirements of the Re-certification of his professional designation - GMS.
GMS, the Professional Designation is required to be maintained every three (3) years from its first issuance in 2004. The Designee must demonstrate excellent competencies as a Specialist in all areas of Global… Continue
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Remember to use your brain and think for yourself! Sales (and Recruiting) is about reading and reacting to each unique customer and their specific needs and not about trying to sell them a one-size-fits-all solution.
I need to do some research on The Best Of The Best in New Employee Orientation Materials....
The Look of It.....The Feel of it.....Media/Video.....Paperwork....Hand outs.....etc....
Thoughts....Suggestions....Ideas....Any thing would be most helpful! Thanks much!
Interview training seems to be a topic I'm bumping into with frequency this week; who knows, maybe I need a refresher. I joined RecruitingBlogs.com and the first discussion I read was on the Candidate Development Group about Best Screening Processes. I posted one of my favorite tools there called the 5&5 -- five questions you ask a candidate during the interview, and five… Continue
You may find this tutorial useful for first time researchers; for folks who use "Google" as their primary search engine could see googleguide as a first hand information for searching online.
GoogleGuide gives you an insight into how to use "words", abbreviations and syntax in a simple and right way to do simple searches. Click here to see where GoogleGuide started?
Ok, 3-min rant on people that choose to put "MBA" after their names:
You're not impressing anyone.
If it's an issue of insecurity, see a therapist, buy a Corvette, or start working out - just do something other than be so transparent as to put "MBA" after your name.
I had a conversation with a guy (yes, a Clown) a couple weeks ago in which I advised him that it's still a huge business faux-pas to include those 3 letters after your name. To this he commented,… Continue
The goal of an interview isn’t just to get the job as some people might believe. The goal of an interview is to obtain a sufficient understanding of the company, the job (i.e., is this a job I even want?), as well as to provide your potential employer with an understanding of your skills relative to their needs (i.e., is this a good fit for my skills?).
With that goal in mind, the questions you should ask become absolutely essential to achieving this goal. While everyone has their… Continue
While going about my daily search for great entry-level jobs to write about, I came across a Facebook Flyer ad for YardBarker's entry-level jobs. I was impressed that they were using Facebook as a recruitment medium (employers really aren't taking advantage of this yet), but I thing that YardBarker swung and missed on this one. With a few alterations to their ad, they could have come… Continue
i feel during an interview it is extremly important for the candidate to get to know the interviewer to allow them to relax throughout the process. letting them to get to know you allows you to get to know more about them in the process. the interview is not just about what is on their resumes as far as experience and education. you should get to know the person. sometimes, in some jobs, it is just as important. you get to know their personality and interests. when people speak about what they… Continue
I am sitting here typing on my new installation of openSUSE 10.3 and so far I like it. I consider myself technical enough to break things....not so much on fixing them. I like the idea of linux and open source in general first and foremost because I can't stand the high (a perspective thing....I know) cost of software....especially business software. I can't stand the idea of shelling out a couple hundred bucks for a windows install disc, Nor can I stomach the thought of shelling out hundreds… Continue
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