Maybe sometimes standing out in an interview isn't always the best thing. But as every recruiter already knows, sometimes it's the worst of times that provide the most memorable - and funny - moments in an otherwise often dull daily professional existence. And this one will crack you up.
Would you hire her?
If the answer is yes, go for it - she's probably still looking for a job. Proof that in interviews, there are no stupid questions, but there are plenty of stupid…Continue
One of the oldest aphorisms, not to mention time worn clichés, in recruiting: the extended job search as dating metaphor - or, for similes' sake, that looking for the perfect job is a lot like looking for the perfect mate. …Continue
Over 30 percent of members who view jobs on LinkedIn come from mobile, and…
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Having a professional brand is not a new concept for job hunters. It’s the image you present to potential employers wherever you are. In a competitive job market, it’s essential to build your own professional brand so that you will stand out from the rest of the pack and build a consistent reputation. Your…Continue
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Reference Checking may or may not be a part of your daily recruitment activity. For many, it's a love / hate relationship. For some it's a significant channel for lead generation, for others it's a way to create better hires, faster.
Regardless of your reason for reference checking we have found that on Recruiting Blogs, there are many…Continue
LinkedIn has made news in the last few weeks in a number of stories, some good and some bad (depending on your perception)
I wanted to post this to the group because I think this move shows some value to the corporate groups that subscribe to LinkedIn.
What are your thoughts? Is LinkedIn continuing to head in the right direction?
LinkedIn is expanding its diversity offering by teaming up with the Professional Diversity…Continue
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