Social media as a base for recruiting is the new trend..
Be it twitter or my space or facebook.
Finding Candidate and when i say candidates i mean great candidates who match the requirement to a T are easy to find..
But when you post a job posting, resumes just pileup (given the current conditions).
It becomes quite a challenge to get data from those resumes which match your requirement,
fortunately solutions are available for automated data capture… Continue
Added by Vinodh Rengarajan on July 15, 2009 at 12:41pm —
July 14, 2009
For the short term, I believe yes. It creates a forum for people to connect, and find new candidates in mass form. However, the great thing about Recruiters is that we take all the information in, whittle it down and create a nice tight package wrapped in the form of a great candidate. This is what we do.
Think about it – you post on Twitter that you’re looking for an Art Director. It gets retweeted time and time again until your inbox is overflowing and you don’t… Continue
Added by Kimberly Easley on July 15, 2009 at 11:43am —
Some days there is nothing like waking up, stretching out, watching your dogs cuddled nicely on the bed, your lap top open and ready to conquer the world when you stop and wonder, why on earth would anyone want to drive into the office today? One of the benefits of owning your own business is that you can define your work life and your work place. With the age of Twitter and Facebook allows you to be everywhere and anywhere and “work” can take on a whole new meaning.
With the price… Continue
Added by Lisa Kaye on July 15, 2009 at 1:38am —
Did you know that over 60% of sales are made after the offer has been rejected 5 times? If you are a recruiter or an account manager then you need to make certain that you are hearing NO as it may happen 5 times before you get to a YES. It doesn't matter if you are asking for them to send you a resume or return a signed fee agreement. Unfortunately 75% of the recruiters and salespeople out there will give up after the first rejection. This explains why 20% of the team closes 80% of the… Continue
Added by Craig Silverman on July 14, 2009 at 6:49pm —
The job is located at Mount Sinai Medical center on the upper east side of Manahttan.
I am actively searching on the web etc.
However the job is on our website and Dice and is getting no response.
Where have all the JAva guys gone to?
Is everyone a microsoft developer?
Added by Michael S Mantel on July 14, 2009 at 4:16pm —
This entry is more geared towards job seekers rather than recruiters.
It is something simple that can lead to a bit of confusion and prevent you from getting submitted or it may lead to you falling through the cracks and that is nicknames.
Lets say your name is Ray Jay Johnson Junior.
I would drop the Junior and go by the same name through out the process.
If your resume lists your name as Ray, be Ray through the entire process. Never say, "You can call me… Continue
Added by Marcus Ronaldi on July 14, 2009 at 3:01pm —
Recruiters, I need help. I was recently caught in the tsunami wave of layoffs at IBM. My consulting background is varied. I am experienced in BI, DG, MDM and presales consulting.
Here is my dilemma; It appears that many of the recruiters that contact me are looking for singular toolset or just do not understand that one person can be experienced in presales and post sales consulting. There also seems to be a problem understanding that one person can be an architect and actually know… Continue
Added by Steve Willetts on July 14, 2009 at 2:48pm —
Recruiting is a misunderstood art form. For the shortsighted hiring managers out there, the word recruiting brings to mind hours of distraction that could be better spent on their “real job”. One thing the recession has taught us (particularly the mortgage crisis) is that any decision based solely on short term ramifications will generally get us nowhere in the long run. This tendency to hunker down and avoid any tasks not directly associated with… Continue
Added by Darwin Redshield on July 14, 2009 at 2:20pm —
What’s the true cost of all the excess fees airlines are charging passengers nowadays? Right now we pay $25 for one checked bag; $50 for the next; more fees for anything weighing over 50 pounds; $2 per bag for curbside check-in; $3 for a bag of stale peanuts; $3 to access last year’s movie or reruns of the Match Game; yet more fees for an aisle or window seat. What’s next? An in-flight pay toilet? All that makes you want to buy the lousy in-flight $10 cocktail! When I fly and deal… Continue
Added by Amy Renz on July 14, 2009 at 2:01pm —
I am recruiting for a Java developer. Why do they seen scarce?
Every one is a microsoft developer.
I have found a few but nothing like I expected..
Added by Michael S Mantel on July 14, 2009 at 12:15pm —
Every day I peruse ERE.net, Cheezhead, Workforce, and a bunch of other sites. Why? Well, of course I’m avoiding my ‘real’ work…but I’m also trying to keep up with the ever-shifting winds of change in the HR, recruiting, and job board worlds. This task can take as little as 5 minutes – but it often sucks up much more time.
So I asked myself: does it matter? Is there really any reason to spend time that I could otherwise be devoting to my business and clients? For example, if Monster… Continue
Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on July 14, 2009 at 9:22am —
Last time I wrote for Recruitingblogs.com, I suggested you pull your sourcing skeleton out of the closet. This month I have rehab on my mine. And that Amy Winehouse song is echoing...
Rehab occurs to me because I run. Or lately, I hobble. Had a series of minor injuries this year with the last being a pulled hip muscle. Every time I get an injury, there's a rest period, rehab and rebuilding my running program, from square one. I hate it. I like to run, it helps me focus and is a huge… Continue
Added by Kelly Dingee on July 14, 2009 at 7:00am —
Last time we spoke about identifying the true hiring decision maker (HDM). We will go on the assumption that has happened.
We will also assume that you have been in front of the interview panel and your keen intuition says you did well in the your interviews and made a connection with at least the vast majority of the folks you met with, including the HDM. If you feel your intuition is not working,… Continue
Added by Bill Meirs on July 14, 2009 at 6:00am —
This is my first blog posting,
and this happens to be a question..
Has The one stop shop where in a single portal which supports many other niche sites, stated gaining popularity to other sources of recruiting over the web?
These sites provide a single platform from where recruiters can navigate and find what they are looking for.
Beyond.com is an example i can give as a single portal for recruiting.
Does these kind of sites have started to gain popularity over other… Continue
Added by Vinodh Rengarajan on July 14, 2009 at 4:15am —
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Added by Margaret Graziano on July 13, 2009 at 11:59pm —
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Added by Brian K. Johnston on July 13, 2009 at 8:18pm —
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The approach starts with a clear definition of the key jobs your company has to fill. You will have a much better chance… Continue
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Added by PJ Cunningham on July 13, 2009 at 4:06pm —
I am searching for a Certified PEGA Programmer with PRPC along with Architecture knowledge. This person must reside in Arizona. Please let me know if you know of a speciality site to find such skills.
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Added by Dee Dee Kelly on July 13, 2009 at 2:51pm —
just like many of us, I purchased way too many job postings from monster.com and I either use 'um or lose 'um. So, if there is anyone out there who needs any postings for dirt cheap, please contact me because I'm losing them in about 60 days.
Added by Robert Krzak on July 13, 2009 at 2:30pm —