I have been a diehard football fan all my life! I love the game and look forward to the start of the football season every year. I especially love watching the NY Giants games
, since they come to my hometown every August for… Continue
Added by Chernee Vitello on August 19, 2010 at 12:36pm —
I happened to sit down next to a table of gentlemen at lunch today who were discussing what they were going to do when they were fully vested and could take retirement. Now this was one of those groups of fellows who are in their late 50's early 60's ( and over depending on what time of day it is) that i refer to lovingly as the "brain trust" at the Donut Stop. They are up on and opinonated about: politics, religion, crime, employment, law, finance, sexuality, the internet, all wars, past… Continue
Added by Sandra McCartt on August 18, 2010 at 6:59pm —
I'm calling you out. Yeah, you. I'm concerned that you aren't tough enough to help the Social Mudders team raise funds and awareness around the February race taking place in Austin, TX. It's an event where proceeds benefit the Wounded Warrior Project - a… Continue
Added by RecruiterGuy on August 18, 2010 at 2:30pm —
For all my blog and vlog posts please visit 'The Savage Truth'
Not so long ago, I ran the Sydney Half Marathon.…
Added by Greg Savage on August 18, 2010 at 6:30am —
It’s my experience that in business many companies talk of being in “partnership” with their suppliers. However the reality is that almost all so-called partnerships are simply marketing spin. The relationships are usually very uneven, often with one overly dependent on the other; this will inevitably mean that one side is either being overcharged for their service or product or vice versa.
In the recruitment industry the best results for both parties without question comes from… Continue
Added by Aaron Dodd on August 17, 2010 at 11:30pm —
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Added by Tarek Pertew on August 16, 2010 at 1:30pm —
Building a recruiting organization is tough work. A recruiting firm is quite different than any other company in any type of industries. Why? The basic nature of our work is different from the rest of the world. We (as recruiters) don't have measurable assets that we can sell when it comes time to find a potential buyer. What can a potential buyer see (as measurable assets) in a recruiting organization?
As recruiters, we can normally say that our 'client lists' are our prized… Continue
Added by Brian Pho on August 17, 2010 at 9:13am —
Added by Mervyn Dinnen on August 16, 2010 at 5:54pm —
"I have a few questions I would like the answers to before we go forward," says the great candidate for the job. I recruited the individual for a position down the road. I interviewed, qualified and re-qualified. Felt good about the answers.
Person came back with questions -typed an email even - they seemed legit and I liked the effort. Questions you might have, questions we hadn't covered yet - "Why is the job open? What is the bonus structure?" I knew most of the answers but just… Continue
Added by Andy Gregory on August 16, 2010 at 2:00pm —
Added by Rebecca B. Sargeant on August 16, 2010 at 9:09am —
I have now been actively looking for a new job for 2 whole weeks. This is Day 10. I’m counting the days as those on which I actively seek work, or at least should be. 2 weeks wow!! I remember sitting in the office on my last day thinking it is so cool to have August off – I can enjoy the summer and relax. I expect this is pretty much how everyone else would react too.… Continue
Added by Gary Franklin on August 15, 2010 at 3:30am —
For those of us who have been required, scratch that, privileged, enough to recruit college students, screening resumes can be…interesting. You scan a resume, review the candidate’s education, and notice they conveniently left off their GPA. Uh-oh. They might as well list “didn’t study enough” under the activities and interests section. What is often overlooked, however, is for those that may not have studied as hard, the extracurricular activities list is typically in abundance.… Continue
Added by Michael Brandt on August 16, 2010 at 11:59am —
The final round of the 92nd PGA Championship is being played as I begin to write this. Tiger Woods started the day tied for 31st place. Unless you've been living under a rock you probably know more than you want to know about Tiger's fall from grace. We all learned about Tiger's personal life, his wife, his two children, and a succession of other women. We've watched his performance on the golf course. Clearly, right now, he isn't the player he once was. Frankly, given what… Continue
Added by Simon Meth on August 15, 2010 at 9:18pm —
Every decade brings a new buzzword with itself. This one brings – “Social Media”…
Early-users has definitely started calling it ALA “Dot Com Bubble” of internet. We have to remember that it merely serves as a “Tool” and not as an entire “Strategy” with a stand-alone usage.
Well, with this post I would like to highlight a big “Don’t” in Recruitment as far as social media goes. Social media does give a large visibility on internet with it’s advance tools… Continue
Added by Sarang Brahme on August 13, 2010 at 10:27am —
If you’re a sports fan like me, you always have an opinion about a professional athlete’s skills and abilities. Whether you’re trying to determine if Kobe is better than LeBron, or if Brett Favre is the greatest quarterback of all time, every sports fan has an opinion. One of the biggest debates in the NFL recently has been if former Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow will be successful as a professional, or if join the list of College Allstar turned NFL Bust.
Tim Tebow has arguably… Continue
Added by Jeremy Fanning on August 13, 2010 at 10:00am —
Last week, we got a request for a Proposal Co-coordinator from one of our engineering clients. They needed someone for a few weeks to help pull together and format a massive amount of information for a proposal.
I immediately thought of a candidate that I had met recently. She had been laid off from her position as a meeting planner/event coordinator. My colleague looked at her resume and asked why I thought she would be a good fit.
What does a good event planner do… Continue
Added by Laura Machan on August 12, 2010 at 3:50pm —
The networking event I attended last night had an unusually low turnout. I appreciate that people are on holiday,but even taking this in to account I still expected there to be more people to a very regular event.
This morning I had an email from a business associate who I had expected to see at the networking evening, so I called… Continue
Added by Mike Waterton on August 11, 2010 at 10:04am —
Do you see writing job ad copy as a bit of a chore? Something that you put off until the last possible minute and then hastily throw together with more than a little apprehension or doubt? Use this simple nine step guide and you’ll soon get used to a formulaic running order that will make writing copy that much easier in the future.
1) THE JOB TITLE – Start off by asking yourself is the job title an industry recognised standard or something… Continue
Added by Alasdair Murray on August 12, 2010 at 4:30am —
There always seems to be that one person at work that you just can’t stand to deal with, let alone before you have grabbed at least 2 cups of coffee in the morning! They are toxic and cancerous to the office atmosphere seemingly seeking to destroy any ounce of hope and suck out all of the joy that you may have!
Believe it or not, there are ways to survive working with these characters, keep your sanity and still… Continue
Added by Lea McKay on August 12, 2010 at 8:09am —