Gauging the keenness and knowledge of a candidate are crucial interview components. It is in this context that the poser “Do you have any questions for us?” is asked, usually at the end of an interview. Specifically, the recruiter is testing one’s enthusiasm to work with the… Continue
Added by Avika Shah on June 22, 2015 at 6:40am —
Counseling can play a crucial role in the career choices of a student. It is a process that helps a student determine the right career option through evaluation of the student’s aptitude, general interest and other relevant qualities. Hence, it is advisable to have regular counseling sessions,…
Added by Avika Shah on June 15, 2015 at 6:44am —
Do any of these situations apply to your current job
? You've been with your company for an appreciable time, worked diligently and devotedly, constantly met your targets, and have been entrenched in the same pay bracket throughout.…
Added by Avika Shah on May 20, 2015 at 5:37am —
Counseling can play a crucial role in the career choices of a student. It is a process that helps a student determine the right career option through evaluation of the student’s aptitude, general interest and other relevant qualities. Hence, it is advisable to have regular counseling sessions, which will help identify the right career choice for an individual student.
Identifying the right … Continue
Added by Avika Shah on February 28, 2015 at 12:47am —
In house jobs offer professionals an opportunity for leading a better lifestyle. Decent pay package, predictable working hours, job benefits like health insurance and bonuses; all these together make an in house legal position appealing. There are quite a lot of ways of finding suitable in house legal positions. The most common way considered by most attorneys working for law firms is accepting a job role with one of their clients.
It is also important for you to be familiar with the… Continue
Added by Daniel Smith on March 11, 2013 at 12:43am —
There are days when I love my job as a Talent Management Pro. Continue
There are days when I want to end my own life by throwing myself into a cage full of wild animals, ideally gorillas who are under the influence of amphetamines, and let them rend my body limb from limb. …
Added by Michael Wright on February 13, 2013 at 3:51am —
Before I start I should establish that this post is purely based on my personal experience and I am not trying to pass it as factual information. I am solely sharing my experience and will hopefully be able to hear from others who have the same or perhaps a different opinion.
I have spent the good part of the past 6 years in building a decent network on Linked In. A network that has a large number of executives and decision makers in it but is also wide enough to span across… Continue
Added by Navid Sabetian on November 22, 2012 at 1:32am —
“I like to say that Twitter is like a bar, Facebook is your living room and LinkedIn is the local chamber of commerce.” - BSStoltz
As of this moment, these three in my mind make up “The Trinity of Social Media” and you should be engaged and engaging on all three in some fashion. Keep in mind, that there are various other websites and… Continue
Added by Daniel J Smith on March 13, 2012 at 10:30am —
Daniel J Smith recently posted "The cost of (Personal) social media accounts", here on RBC. In particular he reported on the tribunal currently being heard in Reading, UK, between John Flexman and his previous employers B.G. Group, a company he was employed by for 8 years.
With respect to Daniel, who I have a lotof time for, I think this post is a little…
Added by Bill Boorman on January 7, 2012 at 11:00pm —
New year, New articles to curate, New stories which just cause me to shake my head. One such story which has been making the rounds starts in (not-so) Merry England where “A human resources executive was forced from his job because his employer found his resume online and that he would consider career opportunities”. The site (Linked In)… Continue
Added by Daniel J Smith on January 5, 2012 at 12:00pm —
Radical Quebec: Newbies to Recruiting:
This is a copy of the presentation I recently gave at Radical Quebec. I chose to use it as my blog as I believe many of the points used, should be reviewed by others. Enjoy the read. Dan
What is Recruiting? To me recruiting is the ability to fill a need or an opening with someone qualified to fulfill on said need or opening. It’s looking into your rolodex of contacts and matching column A (the person) with column B (the opening)… Continue
Added by Daniel J Smith on March 24, 2011 at 1:28pm —
One of the first things I did after setting up my desk and my computer was to start an important task in my new venture- Commence with the social networking. That meant to me exposing myself in a grander nature on the internet than I had been comfortable with. To me: Twitter, Facebook, even Linked In was inviting unwanted attention. Imagine if you can, someone who had gone until now as a virtual ghost on the internet and was proud of it. Even better, does anyone know…
Added by Daniel J Smith on December 16, 2010 at 12:35pm —
LinkedIn has become a buzz for professional networking and effective job search activity in today' s context. People however are a bit apprehensive about what to include in their LinkedIn profile and what not. Hence to simplify and potentialize the power of LinkedIn fully,I created a small writeup about LinkedIn for better recruiting.… Continue
Added by Reena Gupta on October 8, 2010 at 11:03am —
I first published this post earlier today on my new blog: "Social Job Search."
The blog is primarily aimed at Jobseekers, so whilst I don't usually duplicate posts, I wanted to share my research and get some reactions from recruiters. The results surprised me.
I’ve been reading some well intended posts recently from Linked In experts Neil Schaeffer and Tim… Continue
Added by Bill Boorman on September 18, 2010 at 9:22pm —
I’ve been amazed of late as to the how people engage and interact with others on Linked In. I’m thinking in this instance specifically of the prolifigate of requests to contact, answer questions and for testimonials etc and how people make these requests.
With this in mind, I thought I’d share my top three tips for how you can use Linked In more effectively:
New Contact Requests
– When you make a request to be a contact with me, I expect you to be known to me. If… Continue
Added by Michelle Fischer on March 4, 2010 at 5:04pm —
I had a great time at the Recruiting Unconference (trulondon) last Thursday…lots of interesting and thought-provoking debate and information. Over the next few blog posts I am going to write about some things that have had me thinking.
A key track for me was the one on Social Media…I have certainly tried to embrace LinkedIn, Twitter, Blogging over the last year or so and talk passionately to candidates about the need for them to get connected and get in the conversation. I was keen… Continue
Added by Mervyn Dinnen on November 26, 2009 at 4:30pm —
Three Tips for Handling Employment History Problems
By Alesia Benedict, CPRW, JCTC
The department staff gathers around to celebrate a milestone for a staff member. It is retirement day for Joe Smith who has been with the company for thirty years. Management is there to present a nice gold watch to Joe along with a plaque commemorating his extensive service and loyalty to the company. The staff provides a nice cake and some soda. A picture is snapped of Joe… Continue
Added by JDHUNTR In-House Jobs on September 15, 2009 at 12:02am —
Networking is about more than going to Chamber of Commerce
meetings in the Internet era
Social networking Web sites aren’t just about looking up old high school crushes or telling everyone you know what you had for breakfast.
Whether you use a business-oriented site such as LinkedIn or a network such as Facebook that’s designed more for fun, online social networking can help you find a job.
There are lots of people on social networking sites who are looking… Continue
Added by Todd Palmer on April 21, 2009 at 1:30pm —