Tell the Chicken Little in your life to take a hike; we all have at least one who run from office to office sparking worry and despair. Often starting a conversation with “Did you hear about….?” Folks here’s a fact: if you are buy into the conspiracy theory that the job market is crumbling then you probably are going to spend the next few months in a state of utter despair.
If you have a job and you like it consider yourself lucky and be grateful.
If you have a job and you don’t… Continue
Added by Amy Hoster on November 19, 2008 at 1:02pm —
Hi folks: thought you might be interested in joining our COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR:
"Turbocharged Passive Candidate Sourcing: Combining the Best of Telephone, Google, and Online Database Research Techniques"
You'll GAIN THESE BENEFITS IN THIS COMPLIMENTARY WEBINAR :
Enhance your CANDIDATE SOURCING EXPERTISE by learning "best of breed" techniques as we compare and contrast Traditional and Online Research methodologies to incorporate into your recruiting… Continue
Added by Peter Malamas on November 19, 2008 at 12:52pm —
Hope you are all doing well. I have a few consultants on bench available for contract positions all over US.
Please let me know if you have any suitable positions for them
S.No Name Technology Years of Exp. Loc Rate
1 Raj Kumar Java/J2EE 7+yrs IL 60
2 Anil Java/J2EE 7+yrs IL 55
3 Swetha .Net 7+yrs IL 50
4 Vetriselvan .Net 7+yrs IL 55
5 Vishal .Net 8yrs IL 60
6 Srikanth BO 7+yrs IL 60
7 Deepika BO 7+yrs IL 55
8 Vamsi BO… Continue
Added by sirisha on November 19, 2008 at 12:06pm —
only W2 candidate please
We are searching for an ASP.net developer to help our direct Fortune 500 client deliver two portals to one part of the organization. Primary responsibilities include: develop portal pages, user controls and user interface for applications within the portal.
This consultant will need to work with database person to develop database calls and unit and integration test code.
Successful candidate must be… Continue
Added by prem on November 19, 2008 at 11:46am —
Hiring Manager Alert: If you have a problem with candidates taking other positions during your interview and hiring process, it’s likely that you’ve gotten your candidates from job boards, newspaper ads, and so on…which means that it’s also likely that you’ve contacted them late in the job search cycle.
To avoid this problem, the solution is simple: work with a recruiter. A recruiter prescreens candidates for you, eliminating the waste of your time and productivity on a candidate who… Continue
Added by Peggy McKee on November 19, 2008 at 11:30am —
GUEST: CHUCKIE KRUGEL
Chuck is a Labour & Employment lawyer in Chicago.
CALL IN and LISTEN… Continue
Added by Recruiting Animal on November 19, 2008 at 11:00am —
This is a new Low for Microsoft. What happened to their great Product Marketing teams? Oh yeah...Googles' got them.
Posted by Matt Asay
Why must Microsoft strenuously seek to earn the "dork" label that Apple has been pinning on it? In case you missed it, Microsoft is now offering "I'm a PC" gear - like ties and skateboards and probably pearl-encrusted thongs - online for purchase.
This is stupid.… Continue
Added by 01. Lonnie McRorey on November 19, 2008 at 10:30am —
Deflation might sound like a good thing. Yet it can be even rougher on the economy than the more familiar phenomenon of inflation, because it's harder to get rid of.
In the past year, record-breaking prices for oil, grains and metals caused serious worries about runaway inflation. And as the economic slump took hold, economists even considered the possibility of… Continue
Added by Maureen Sharib on November 19, 2008 at 10:14am —
The more and more I read about Google's Corporate behavior the more they contradict their beginnings. Google has become the next 'Evil empire'. But hey... I'm sure Google will reach a certain ceiling of popularity and get outperformed by a new company within the next ten years.
Yang's Exit: Did Yahoo!'s Chief Get Played by Google?
By JOSH QUITTNER
It's not surprising that Yang is stepping down as chief executive of Yahoo! His failure in June to… Continue
Added by 01. Lonnie McRorey on November 19, 2008 at 9:53am —
In 2003, a friend of mine had opened his own real estate office. He had worked for a national realtor for only two years, and was upset about the commission structure. Within 1 year, he had 26 agents working for him- more than any other office in the greater Portland area. The housing market was booming, as was the commercial market. In 2005, he invited me to get on board- get my license and start making real money. This time for the real estate market is very comparable to the job board market… Continue
Added by Jason C. Blais on November 19, 2008 at 9:36am —
We see a lot of information on both sides of the employment aisle and thought it might be fun to compile some of it on various market and employee segments into top ten lists. The newest employee group, the "Millennials", just entering the job market seemed like a great place to start since their interests and work style are still becoming known.
This first list targets key job, career and personal issues relating to finding, hiring and retaining this new talent group as they enter… Continue
Added by Candice Arnold on November 19, 2008 at 8:53am —
Two recruiters from Todays Office Professionals
, Sean Rice, district manager in Dallas, TX; and Kenneth Davis, account manager in Alpharetta, GA gave insight to all the things recruiters have to consider when working with entry level job seekers
1. What is the recruiter's responsibility to the… Continue
Added by Candice Arnold on November 19, 2008 at 8:46am —
I’m a sales recruiter who takes on splits to supplement my work load. Recently I started working on a project to build out a full team of account executives for another recruiter’s client; we’re making good headway and two of my candidates are interviewing this week. So what’s the problem? Last week I get this introduction to a senior sales manager in a “quiet search mode.” You guessed it – it’s the hiring manager for the account manager search. The manager doesn’t… Continue
Added by Claudia Faust on November 19, 2008 at 8:17am —
"The next hire has to be a statement; it can't be from inside the company," said Rick Munarriz, an analyst with the Motley Fool.
Yah-whoooooo will it be
Added by Steve Levy on November 19, 2008 at 7:54am —
An Applicant Tracking System
(ATS) is computer software which facilitates an organization’s administration in their staffing requirements. It is also referred to as a talent management platform or more simply, a resume database. Applicant tracking systems are increasingly moving online, i.e. web-based ATS, making it easier for customers to sign up and get started.
The basic purpose of an applicant tracking system is to aid an organization’s… Continue
Added by Farhan Ahmed on November 19, 2008 at 7:47am —
Added by Joe Gerstandt on November 19, 2008 at 1:41am —
Position: COO of G- China
Duration: Long term
Rate: Open (all inclusive)
About our client:
Our client is one of the fastest growing online recruitment companies in the world with operations in Ireland, UK, Continental Europe, USA, China and the Caribbean.
The role will be full and varied and will include, but will not be limited to the following:
Duties & Responsibilities:
• Management all Function in the… Continue
Added by Delto.lee on November 18, 2008 at 8:07pm —
Companies and the minds within them evolve over time. I have experienced it firsthand in founding Broadlook Technologies
and steering its growth over the last 6 years. Core competencies change, competitive landscapes change, opportunities come and go and through all this there is your corporate identity and messaging. There is internal messaging, external messaging and...
THE ELEVATOR PITCH…
Added by Donato Diorio on November 18, 2008 at 5:42pm —
On Wednesday over at Want to be a Big Biller?
we are now showcasing Mike Walmsley who is an international recruitment trainer with a reputation of developing marked improvements in performance. Mike has been a successful recruiter and big biller himself, so he can translate personal experiences into bite size training modules which are enjoyable to engage with. Not to be missed!
And put a note into… Continue
Added by Gavin Chase on November 18, 2008 at 4:44pm —
The landscape for employment opportunities took a huge turn this year. Our office, like so many other executive recruiting firms, is being flooded with emails, resumes, and recurrent phone calls on a daily basis. You can imagine the deluge that is happening in the Human Resources offices of the attractive (and let’s be honest, even the not-so-attractive) corporations.
For some this is undoubtedly a painful time of transition. Sadly, many will need to revisit their expectations,… Continue
Added by Karen Russo on November 18, 2008 at 3:00pm —