I wanted to show you something that I think is really a great little tool that Hireability
has built and co-branded with RecruitingBlogs.com.
It is a resume parser that sits on top of Microsoft outlook and essentially, you take a folder of resumes and click a button and the system extracts all the information from that resume and creates a contact in your email for that candidate, including the resume which is searchable. It's… Continue
Added by Slouch on August 20, 2009 at 10:30am —
I found here
a funny analogy with performance feedback:
"Question: What’s the difference between performance feedback and a root canal?
During performance reviews, I’ve noticed two dominant reactions when receiving negative feedback:
– The receiver listens to the sender’s arguments (if the case, also bringing… Continue
Added by me_in_HR on August 20, 2009 at 6:00am —
Waiting, wanting and willing to put up with all of the uncertainty and fear of not knowing what is coming around the corner is enough to make anyone wish they were not living in the now. We have a way of throwing ourselves off balance, waiting for the right moment to make a career move whether we know where we are going or not. Well, it’s okay to be afraid. When in doubt, it’s time to move on…
Life is full of changes. Whether you are expecting a child, moving into a new house,… Continue
Added by Lisa Kaye on August 20, 2009 at 1:45am —
Application Tracking System is an online software application which is designed to recruit employees for an organization. It improves the hiring efficiency of the business. Especially for small businesses who have low Human Resources budget and would operate more effectively by saving on hiring cost.The system works wonders and here's how...
<1. The online system is accessible to applicants regardless of their geographic location. Applicants just have to go online and apply. This… Continue
Added by HDot on August 20, 2009 at 12:32am —
At Stanford University, we developed a concept called OccupationDNA. I am sure that several others may have already experimented with this concept, so we decided to take it to new level.
Just as any living thing has a DNA, similarly every occupation has a DNA too - its what the occupation requires for it to be fulfilled. We collaborated with data provided by US Dept. of Labor and developed the OccupationDNA (made up of a collection of 275 traits that we identified) for over 4500… Continue
Added by Saleem Qureshi on August 19, 2009 at 10:00pm —
With so many talented professionals seeking work in today’s job market, it is interesting to see a number of bright and capable individuals having trouble overcoming themselves during these tough times. For those who have been successful time and again in stronger markets, the loss of career footing is truly disconcerting. The previously successful professional who never experienced pause or setback is now faced with a task that is proving to be very challenging on many different… Continue
Added by Suzanne M King on August 19, 2009 at 5:39pm —
JobMob is an Israeli web site. Their specialty is job search information.
They are having a Blogging Contest until the end of the month.
I wrote an article for the contes. The title is: "Real World Example: The Logic Recruiters Use To Find Candidates"
You don't need to leave a comment, just visit this page. http://jobmob.co.il/blog/real-world-recruiter-logic/
For every visitor to this site (specifically the page with the article I wrote) over the next… Continue
Added by Todd Porter on August 19, 2009 at 4:43pm —
I attend allot of conferences.
I think recruitfest was the most profitable one for me last year.
In this interview with Kathleen Kurke, President of the Pinnacle Society, we discuss attending conferences.
Hear some of my tips on how to get the most out of any conference you attend, and get a glimpse into my philosophy on networking at social events like recruitfest09!
Hope to see you there.…
Added by Julia Stone on August 19, 2009 at 4:30pm —
To my fellow 3rd party recruiters & sourcers,
Over 30+ years of working in this wonderful industry of recruiting has taught me a lot. Knowledge gained through experience, mistakes, successes and a lot of shared knowledge from peers, collegues and associates. It would be fair to have described me as a "lurker" and not a participator in the public exchange.
I am extremely grateful to all of you that have so generously shared your ideas, thoughts, tips and tricks over the… Continue
Added by Fran Hogan on August 19, 2009 at 12:19pm —
“What do you mean there is only one person on the shortlist?” Bob exclaimed as I discussed with him the recruitment process for the Environmental Engineer. Despite the tight labor market and war for talent, managers still expect and demand to see between three and five applicants on the shortlist.
One of the flaws in recruitment is that most managers tend to recruit on the basis of finding the best person for the role. Taking this flawed approach to the next level, they will… Continue
Added by Charles Van Heerden on August 19, 2009 at 9:51am —
One thing that many years in the recruitment industry has taught me, is that actually in the big scheme of things we know comparatively little. Yes of course we know our industry, our marketplace and even our industry sector very well, but anyone who professes to know much more than that is, quite frankly, stretching the truth a little!
There is more to know about the recruitment industry are than any of us involved in it can ever hope to learn – social recruiting has shown us how… Continue
Added by Andy Headworth on August 19, 2009 at 9:37am —
One of the most common questions I’m asked (apart from “Are you British? Because those hyphenated names are always British“) is “How can I compete in (insert your favorite market category)? There are so many competitors!”
(And no, I’m not British).
Well…almost all market categories are crowded. Trust me, this is a good thing. This means that there is business to be had. Yet it’s true that a crowded market means that you can’t simply waltz in with a half-finished job site… Continue
Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on August 19, 2009 at 9:11am —
I was very reluctant to write this post initially. There has been so much noise about social media, and how it’s going to impact our industry, do we really need another blog on the topic?
Probably not. But the rhetoric and hyperbole about social media has been bugging me lately, and it will make me feel better if I offer some thoughts about how all this may play out.
Lets start ‘big picture’ and then focus in on social media itself. It seems to me that the big issue facing… Continue
Added by Greg Savage on August 19, 2009 at 9:00am —
Recruiter – answerQUEST Executive Search – Multiple Positions Available
Location – Hollywood, FL
Compensation – Base + Commissions + Bonus
Answerquest is a leader in identifying and delivering top sales talent the technology space. We recruit world-class executives in different industries for early stage and powerhouse companies. We have been ranked in the top 1% of all 1,000+ offices within (MRI) Management Recruiters International.
We are seeking an EXPEREINCED… Continue
Added by Rebecca on August 19, 2009 at 8:54am —
Companies are begining to hire again, my research team just handed some valuable information on hiring trends and patterns in the UK.
Announcements of the creation of new jobs across the UK in 2009
30 July - Government pledge 47,000
28 July - NHS (apprentices) 5,000
17 July - Travelodge 250
3 July - Westfield Stratford City 18,000 By 2015
14 May - Lebara Mobile 130
1 May - PricewaterhouseCoopers1,000
Added by Saleem Qureshi on August 19, 2009 at 8:42am —
3+ yrs experience in IT
Good experience in Manual Testing & Product Testing is must.
Excellent at writing Testcases
Good experience in Database Testing and writing simple queries
Understand the various Testing processes and terminologies.
Perform various levels of testing (stress, Functional, system, regression, user acceptance, etc.)
Log necessary, timely, critical Problem Reports into the defect tracking system.
Added by Sabareesh on August 19, 2009 at 6:19am —
The money question
The money question always comes up in job interviews. If you are a candidate looking at a new position, you can safely assume the person on the other side of the desk will ask some form of the money question. Your answer is difference between moving forward and being eliminated.
In an interview, the employer has four basic questions in mind. However they dress them up, whatever creative spin they put on them, employers really want to know four things:
Added by Eric Raynard on August 18, 2009 at 7:41pm —
Please visit http://presentall.com/about/business_opportunities/ for a brief description of the positions I need to fill. If this is within your ability/criteria/expertise please contact Markus @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-228-1736. Heavy hitters only please. Thanks, Markus
Added by Markus Anderson on August 18, 2009 at 5:49pm —
This is my first post so....be nice. :-)
Like many companies right now, due to the economic climate, we're not hiring as much as we have been. As a result, my team has went from recruiting on numerous complex positions to recruiting on less than half of what they were used to in a very short amount of time. We are still on target to meet our annual goals and I have been able to keep the team engaged by working on special "extra" recruiting-related group projects… Continue
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