All Blog Posts Tagged 'and' (126)

Bias Leadership: When Reverse Discrimination is the Problem

What happens in an organization where minorities are in leadership and the majority is subject to discrimination? Before we set out on this road to explore “reverse discrimination” let us be clear on a few things:

1)     Reverse discrimination is not equal to racism. Racism is more than a…


Added by Janine Truitt on October 20, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments

Corporate Training: Ladder to Success

The frantic corporate world has caught the fancy of a number of people wanting to take big strides in their professional lives. The avenues of growth and the innumerable perks that accompany the glamorous corporate world seem rather lucrative to a wide class of people, especially the ones who are taking the leap, and are just marking their initiation into this world of immeasurable possibilities and opportunities.

The corporate world is also notoriously famous for certain…


Added by Ravi Mishra on September 15, 2015 at 8:50am — No Comments

Video Interviewing and Your Recruiting Strategy

Let's be honest, if we took a look at the technology you're using to interview even 5 years ago, I bet it would look almost the same as it does today. Maybe a new platform or two but essentially the same sh*t, different year, despite the blogging community and a ton of startups who have spent…


Added by Katrina Kibben on March 26, 2015 at 2:47pm — No Comments

How to Collect $25,000 on Placements that You Have Already Made

Clients are starting to tell us that the economy is picking up, and for the first time in years they are starting to feel optimistic. This…


Added by Wilson Cole on February 16, 2015 at 11:56pm — No Comments

Guidelines to Pave the Way for a Career in Sports Nutrition

In the 21st century, with growing awareness of the importance of staying fit and healthy, fitness freaks have no dearth of opportunities or careers. Be it personal training, counselling or guidance, there is now a whole world of careers centered on fitness and health. Sports Nutrition is one of these many fields which offer careers for experts. If you are a fitness freak yourself, well-versed in the tricks of the trade, and would like to inspire…


Added by Jenny Richards on December 24, 2014 at 6:00am — No Comments

How well does Interviewing work in Choosing the best Employee?

Employee Performance There are problems in using “predictors” of suitability for open positions within a company. Hunter and Hunter (1984) showed that interviewing is one of the worst predictors of future job performance.  Using reference checks (.26), education (.22) or biographical data (.37) did not improve the odds too favorably. In fact, even the best predictor, test scores, came out at .57.  We could make the…


Added by Donald Sonn on December 10, 2014 at 1:28pm — No Comments

US Adds 248,000 Jobs, Unemployment Drops to 5.9%

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics September Employment Situation Summary, 248,000 jobs were added to the economy, the unemployment rate dropped .2 percentage points to 5.9%, and the number of unemployed persons decreased by 329,000. Compared to a year ago, the unemployment rate is down by 1.3%. Job growth in the US marks a 12-month average monthly gain of…


Added by Ashley Zito Rowe on October 3, 2014 at 11:10am — No Comments

Hiring in Oil and Gas Keeps Flowing

The oil and gas industry is considered to be booming and it's reflected in hiring trends. When comparing the past 90 days to the same 90-day period last year, the number of job ads posted online in the US grew 17%, according to data from WANTED Analytics. Over the long term, the growth is even more apparent. Oil and gas demand…


Added by Ashley Zito Rowe on September 11, 2014 at 10:12am — No Comments

Discrimination: Tattoos and Body Modification Challenge to Business Casual and Business Attire

The face of the up and coming American and Canadian worker is changing and it’s often decorated with ink and metal. A recent study in the Journal of American Academy of Dermatology has found that just under half of people in their 20’s have either a…


Added by Daryl Daley @IntelMinds on June 18, 2014 at 9:00am — 4 Comments

How Can Congress Change Energy Hiring

In Washington, a bipartisan bill encouraging energy efficiency, the Shaheen and Portman's Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act, was recently stalled due to disagreement over amendments to the bill.

According to …


Added by Ashley Zito Rowe on May 29, 2014 at 9:30am — No Comments

Competence drives confidence

When have you been most confident at work, in any job? 

I strongly suspect it was when you had a high level of competence in that job. 

I recently had reason to recall the start of my recruitment agency career, in London twenty five years ago. I was twenty two years old. I was working in an office for the first time. I was living out of home for the first time. I was resident in a country that was not my own. I was in a job that I had zero previous experience in…


Added by Ross Clennett on May 27, 2014 at 7:08am — No Comments

Analyzing the "RecruiterSpam" Problem

Once upon a time, and a beri-beri good time it was, there was a poorly-researched article about e-recruiters in The Atlantic magazine recently, which prominently featured me, without acknowledgment, and without any effort at journalistic integrity or any effort to determine the truth of the…


Added by Nicholas Meyler on March 7, 2014 at 12:00am — 6 Comments

Employment Picking Up Momentum: TIME TO ENGINEER A NEW RESUME!

According to today’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report, the unemployment rate dropped a staggering .3% to 7%. In the process 203,000 new jobs were created. This brings the total to 1,235,000 new jobs created over the last seven months!


Job creation was across the board in most sectors including:

  1. Transportation and warehousing creating 31,000 new jobs in…

Added by Scott Sargis on December 7, 2013 at 2:00am — 1 Comment

Winning Internship Programs

Winning Formalized Internship Programs

These methods are based on organization's goal is to convert interns to full-time hires and is therefore paying its interns. 

Unpaid internships present a number of problems for organizations focused on intern conversion.

Rich Peterson firmly believes, if you follow these simple rules, you will Hit a Home Run.

 1. Furnish interns with real work assignments:

Furnishing interns with…


Added by Richard Peterson on October 15, 2013 at 12:00am — No Comments

Tracking Metrics

Tracking Metrics

Rich Peterson knows there are loads of articles about how the metrics behind recruiting drive the hiring process.

Recruiting metrics provide us an opportunity to take a analytical approach to hiring by allowing us to quantify the hiring process. Tracking day-to-day details provide us a look at the big picture.

Almost all HR metrics record history. It has little value in the fast-changing business world where any of your numbers, positive or…


Added by Richard Peterson on October 15, 2013 at 12:00am — 1 Comment

United Federation of Teachers (UFT) and the New York State Legislature – Today’s Radical Accountability Zeroes

Being married to a teacher, I’m biased, typically erring to a teacher’s point of view. However, when the behavior of teachers is harmful to children, I’ll take the kids’ side every time.

That’s the case in this latest awarding of Radical Accountability Zeroes to the UFT, the New York City affiliate of the American Federation of Teachers, and the New York State…


Added by Scott Wintrip on July 3, 2013 at 10:22am — No Comments

Kill the Dog and Corral the Pony – Scott’s Sales Yoga Thought for the Week

Earlier this week, a salesperson told me about a difficult conversation she was about to have with a client. In asking for my advice, she said there was a chance this customer will ask for a price reduction and that she’d have to do a “dog and pony show” to convince them to keep working with her at the current rate.

I told her she needed to “kill the dog and corral the pony.” As you may suspect, there was a long pause on the other end of the phone after such a startling…


Added by Scott Wintrip on May 2, 2013 at 9:30am — No Comments

Interviewing: What type of car salesman are you?

There are two things (hopefully) that every person will encounter in their life (among a million other things, but we’ll focus on these two for now).

  1. Interviewing for a job
  2. Buying a (used) car

What do these two things have in common, you ask?  I’m glad you asked, let me tell you why.

Imagine yourself walking into a car dealership to buy a brand new Audi A6 sedan.  You’re going to encounter 1 of 2 car salesman.

  • The skeezy car…

Added by Dane Anar on April 10, 2013 at 2:33pm — No Comments

Crafting Powerful Sales and Marketing Messages

Scott explains the four ‘C’s’ that will allow you to craft powerful sales and marketing messages.

Click here to…


Added by Scott Wintrip on February 15, 2013 at 8:26am — No Comments

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