You have a blank check AND infinite influence. What are the two changes in your recruiting world you would most like to see occur. And, if these two changes did occur, you would see them have a positive influence on:
> how you contribute value to your company
> the hiring process experience for both job seekers and recruiters
> your overall career
Well the Twitter outages are no secret to anyone that's been using the web based micro-blogging tool lately. And the picture of the whale being carried across the sea by small (tweeting) birds when Twitter has reached maximum capacity says it all. And despite the fun we have blaming…
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W22 - FSCM Biller Direct
Purpose : The SAP Best Practices scenario for biller direct supports the process of presenting invoices/bills and processing them electronically (electronic bill presentment and payment) via the Internet. The Wholesale Distributor can use this feature to offer customers the option of viewing and paying bills via the Internet; or creating inquiries, comments or disputes to… Continue
Added by Mohsin on June 3, 2008 at 12:28am —
ARAMARK is a leader in professional services, providing award-winning food services, facilities management, and uniform and career apparel to health care institutions, universities and school districts, stadiums and arenas, and businesses around the world. In FORTUNE magazine's 2008 list of "America's Most Admired Companies," ARAMARK was ranked number one in its industry, consistently ranking since 1998 as one of the top three most admired companies in its industry as evaluated by peers and… Continue
Added by Erica C. Lee on June 2, 2008 at 6:00pm —
Microsoft Shows Its Hand
by Steve Baldwin , Monday, June 2, 2008
IT'S BEEN CALLED A STUNT, a desperate move, and "little more than a gimmick." It's been derided as a failed idea already tried by Amazon's A9, iWon, and other rebate-hawking sites that never gained traction. It is, of course, Microsoft's Live Search Cash Back, the first of what promises to be a series of "disruptive" initiatives designed to derail Google's overwhelming, yet ever-growing dominance in search (now… Continue
Microsoft Wins Default Search Space On HP Computers
Search Engine Land
While the blogosphere focused on Microsoft's cashback deal, the software giant was plugging away at another, behind-the-scenes deal that would secure it even more search market share. It's a deal with HP for Live Search to be packaged as the default engine with all new computers--and Microsoft wrestled the agreement away from Yahoo.
The Future of Search
You may have just become accustomed to the idea of Search 3.0, but get prepped for search's latest evolution -- and it's more socially powered and human influenced than ever before.
Danny Sullivan recaps the growth of algorithmic search from strictly on-page factors (Search 1.0), to off-page factors like links (Search 2.0), to blended or Universal Search (Search 3.0) and arrives at this new age of Mahalos, Eureksters, Twitters and personalized… Continue
The TV show "Deal or No Deal" is a game of chance, but ensuring that your finalist candidates accept your offer does not have to have the same odds. Achieving a stellar track record of “offer acceptance” requires market knowledge, proactive communication, and attention to detail.
Here are some tips for getting to yes:
1. Do not assume strong interest I have heard numerous stories of companies delaying a hiring…
You need to look at your Staffing Programs and their roles which complement talent acquisition strategy: competitive benefits, compensation package, cultural orientation its impact to your overall organization or functional ranks or as an individual employee within a given environment or locale, how these talents are treated in both personal and professional level, career path within your organization - is there one? or there is… Continue
Hmmmm . . . sound familiar? Let me ask all internal Talent Acquisition Pros:
How well do you know your CandidateCustomer Segments? (Yes, the word CandidateCustomer is together to illustrate a point.)
"-- CRM Gets Social --
A survey conducted recently by The Economist Intelligence Unit aims to shed some light on the disconnect between companies' desire to be more customer-centric and where the focus of new CRM initiatives should be. The report recommends… Continue
The advent of the electronic resume was supposed to create a hiring utopia for corporate America. Job-seekers could send their resumes into corporations who could slide, dice, filter, and parse this data into actionable intelligence.
What happened? A glut of data overwhelmed the ability of recruiters to work efficiently, and the rapid change of data (from contact numbers to jobs to cities) made it difficult to say that information sent to a… Continue
Added by Talent Drive on June 2, 2008 at 10:39am —
I read an article by Debra Walker at NetTemp's Crossroads Newsletter titled the "Ten Things a Recruiter will never tell you". Naturally I was curious, since I consider myself a fairly open book and am not afraid to discuss much of anything with a candidate. I still can't figure out how to paste a link into this blog, so my apologies for you having to cut and paste this into a browser: http://www.net-temps.com/adcgi/banner.cgi?ref=crnews&ch=2885&id=crs_2885.
We are up and running now about 30 days in Singapore. Partnerships are being formed, proposals written, and job orders are under search! The new and improved website should be up this week as well, designed by those fabulously artistic guys in Bangkok!
I have a one off candidate search going on now in the Middle East. It is a spin-off from SAP consulting recruitment we do. It looks like this:
Middle East Oil and Gas Sector Warehouse/Materials Management/… Continue
Added by Rick Price on June 2, 2008 at 5:41am —
The title of today’s post is a reference to the Reality TV Show “The Last Comic Standing”. As a professional talent scout, I am enthralled with any reality show that has to do with the talent selection process. I get hooked on the suspense of determining the “cream of the crop”. There are several interesting aspects to the format of these shows that are applicable to the hiring process.
My daughter's first birthday is in a couple of weeks and I have to say that I'm taken aback at my reaction to her first year of life. Fatherhood is amazing.
Everyone thought that we were having a boy because of how my wife was carrying (we waited to find out), except for me. Something inside my soul told me that we were having a girl, and low and behold, almost a year ago she arrived and turned me and my wife into a family.
I could not love my daughter more than I do and know that… Continue
Article Title: Networking, Dieting and Back Doors
Author Byline: Kevin Donlin is President of Guaranteed Resumes and the creator of GetHiredNow.TV. Since 1996, he has provided job search assistance to nearly 10,000 people. Author of "51 Ways to Find a Job Fast -- Guaranteed," Kevin has been interviewed by USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, CBS Radio and others. His latest product, The Instant Job Search Sys
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