All Blog Posts Tagged 'corporate' (83)

Talent Management Merits Your Board's Full Attention

Most boards focus on annual budgets and financial outcomes, often limiting their involvement in talent management to recruiting and hiring a CEO and managing his or her performance. Successful organizations know that's not enough. Talent is typically the largest single line item in an annual financial plan and the chief factor in achieving strategic objectives. Managing your talent is another critical aspect of asset management and merits the full attention of your board.



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Added by Kathleen Quinn Votaw on November 30, 2009 at 9:18pm — 2 Comments

5 New Ways to Interview College Grads; Go Beyond the Interrogation and Towards a Proactive Approach

Have you ever seen the Fox hit television show, 24? It is gripping, action-packed and beyond unrealistic, yet I am hooked every season. 24’s hero and main man, Jack Bauer, is infamous for his 9 lives and vicious interrogation tactics that pry anything he wants out of his unsuspecting victims. Looking back on a few interviews I have been on…maybe Jack Bauer was the one who was sitting on the other side of the table, not the Hiring Manager.



There’s nothing worse than getting grilled by… Continue

Added by Laura Gargolinski on November 16, 2009 at 1:00pm — 1 Comment

Resume Review - Getting Through the Stack Fast

I'll never forget the moment I saw 9,000 as the number of applicants to one position I was working on. I was an internal consultant to a Fortune 500 company and the shock I got from registering the number 9,000 was dumbfounding. How the heck was I supposed to feel that 9,000 people had a fair shot at the position? And how could I possibly feel confident that I had presented only the absolute best qualified candidates? I sat back and tried to breathe through this sudden crisis of the mind and… Continue

Added by Lesa Caskey on October 22, 2009 at 1:51pm — 4 Comments

Ten Things I’ve learned as a Corporate Recruiter

After many years in corporate recruitment I've learned a few things. At least I think I have. Read the following ten things I've learned and see if they resonate with you. Please add some things you've learned as a comment.

  1. Hiring managers often complain about not receiving enough good resumes from you but they often either don't review or don't respond to the resumes you send them.
  2. Candidates apply to jobs that they have no business applying to. I'm a plumber so I'll…
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Added by Simon Meth on August 30, 2009 at 11:00am — 23 Comments

Hey Recruiter, I thought you were on my side! Part III of III

mad Last time we spoke about identifying the true hiring decision maker (HDM). We will go on the assumption that has happened.



We will also assume that you have been in front of the interview panel and your keen intuition says you did well in the your interviews and made a connection with at least the vast majority of the folks you met with, including the HDM. If you feel your intuition is not working,… Continue

Added by Bill Meirs on July 14, 2009 at 6:00am — No Comments

Why is this corporate recruiter "just not that into me"?

perplexed Last time we spoke about some reasons why corporate recruiters don't always seems to be on your side. We discussed how these reasons could be mistakes made on both sides.

From some feedback I got (mostly from the recruiter world), there is sometimes a misconception of impropriety by the recruiter because candidates try to "shoe horn" themselves into being the right fit for a position even though it is… Continue

Added by Bill Meirs on June 29, 2009 at 6:00am — No Comments

What Makes a Great Corporate Recruiter?

Exactly what personality, competencies, and experiences make a great corporate recruiter? No one person could possibly exhibit all of the qualities on this list. Each of us will exhibit some of the qualities but not all of them. The opportunity is to notice the areas where you excel and those areas where you could develop yourself.



Before we dive into the list, a quick word on the major sources of this information: I posted questions on…

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Added by Simon Meth on June 28, 2009 at 8:53pm — 3 Comments

Hey Recruiter, I thought you were on my side!

fight I think most people feel corporate recruiters are always an impartial bunch whose sole purpose is to fill open jobs as quickly as possible with the best qualified candidates. As a former corporate recruiter, this is the principle I lived by. In speaking to people in the job market I am hearing troubling stories of corporate recruiters who may not be living up to this. This is particularly disconcerting in this… Continue

Added by Bill Meirs on June 23, 2009 at 9:08am — No Comments

So Which is Most Effective: Resumes or Job Postings?

If done correctly, resumes AND job posting are the most effective. While resumes allow you to get deeper and more hands-on in the recruiting process, MultiPost job postings can do that work for you. Searchable resume books will help you find the best candidates and the best matches "on paper." But job postings will bring you the candidates who are actually interested in your job opening. And even in this… Continue

Added by Ryan Pratt on June 16, 2009 at 10:43am — No Comments

Psychology at hand....!! ....depression ....fact....what is real

though am n't great at psychoanalysis ....



raising ...money...stashing...money ...splurging money ...





how money markets ...corporate firms ...motives behind power ...position ....ability to sustain in a market based economy work.





when a individual transistions from academic [parental ] to self dependancy or corporate world



.....it is practical that one experiences some jitters ....





how do you think ....or what do you think… Continue

Added by Ravi on May 15, 2009 at 10:09pm — 1 Comment

Social Media Add Power to Recruiting

"I would rather be tied up to stakes in the Kalahari Desert, have honey poured over me and red ants eat out my eyes than open a Twitter account. Is there anything you can say to change my mind?"

-Maureen Dowd, New York Times Columnist



"Well, when you do find yourself in that position, you're gonna want Twitter. You might want to type out the message 'Help.'"

-Biz Stone, co-founder Twitter



Twitter, which allows you to send 140-character text messages, and other… Continue

Added by Kathleen Quinn Votaw on May 15, 2009 at 5:03pm — 1 Comment

Should You Take Risks at Work? Yes, Yes You Should.

With all the innovation success stories and Tipping Point-esque advice swirling around corporate culture, members of any workplace have found themselves in a very specific predicament for at least the last 15 or 20 years. Namely, being caught between a rock (the much touted “Dare to take risks” attitude) and a hard place (the unspoken but definitely implied “Don’t screw up”). We all want to showcase our talent and get rewarded for it. However, it seems that the stakes and the level of ingenuity… Continue

Added by Louis Bina on May 13, 2009 at 3:50pm — No Comments

Staffing/Recruiting Mgr. Available for hire - Start Up and Large Corporate experience, Onsite or Virtual - South OC or Nor San Diego, will relo to South SD

Rachelle Munson

http://www.linkedin.com/in/rmunson

www.guruwireless.com

San Clemente, Ca 92673

949.690.9947 – shellsanclemente@yahoo.com







Objective: Seeking work in the area of staffing, recruitment, headhunting, and or names research. I’m experienced in semiconductors, 802.11x modems, networking hardware, HD video, optics, healthcare, pharma, medical devices, software.



Professional Summary:

Successful and creative senior recruiter with… Continue

Added by Rachelle Munson on May 8, 2009 at 2:06pm — No Comments

The Essence of Ethics

Late at night...no one around for miles - and yet you stop at the red light and wait. Why? You stop because it's the ethical thing to do. We trust each other to stop, whether or not anyone is watching. You could say that trust is the outcome of ethical behavior.



It's difficult to define, exactly, what ethical behavior is; and it's impossible to measure. But we can sense when ethics are present in an individual or a company culture - and especially we sense it when they're not.… Continue

Added by Kathleen Quinn Votaw on April 20, 2009 at 9:27pm — No Comments

Facts that make our Recruiting Practice Successful

As Consultants we demonstrate the professional essence of what we do and expected from us. We provide a consultative listening ears to the needs of our clients. Then implement the strategic planning, execution and management of solutions that will increase productivity of our clients.



Click on this link "Facts : Recruiting Practice Successful"



About JNT Consulting… Continue

Added by Juntee Terrenal MA GMS on March 21, 2009 at 8:00pm — No Comments

Things I believe in the Recruitment Space

  • Human Resources people hate agency recruiters.
  • Agency recruiters hate Human Resources people. Now we're even so get over it and get back to work.
  • Corporate recruiters hate whatever Applicant Tracking System they are using.
  • Agency recruiters say they have access to the hidden pool of candidates but they work with the same pool of candidates that everybody else does.
  • The passive candidate is a…
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Added by Simon Meth on March 20, 2009 at 5:30pm — 2 Comments

How do you promote your Recruiting/HR Team Internally??

It brings up more questions than answers in my mind.



Depending on your company culture, HR may still be seen as the workplace equivalent of going to the principal's office. So then it's up to us as HR professionals to promote all of our strategic efforts, to get out in front of the office and be seen as a positive contributor to our organization's success. Right?!



Sure ,we do this with our HR Management and/or VP's, but do your worker bees really get it?

I'm sure the… Continue

Added by Dan Goyeneche on February 20, 2009 at 4:07pm — No Comments

Connecting You with the Top Global MBA Students and Experience Hire Candidates Your Company Needs

MBA Focus™ has teamed up with the top-ranked business schools in the world, to help you find the perfect candidates for your company’s job openings. You’re guaranteed to find qualified candidates for your job openings from an exclusive collection of over 40,000 elite job-seeking professionals with MBAs.



MBA Focus has experienced business professionals in every field, from every corner of the world, with every skill you need. Find… Continue

Added by Ryan Pratt on February 17, 2009 at 10:35am — No Comments

DC area corporate & agency recruiters

DC area recruiters, please note the following: If you are qualified, available, interested; planning to make a change, or know of a friend who might have an interest, please post your credentials here. If you are a recruiter serving the IT space in and around DC, than post your openings here. Primarily, I have DC area positions listed, but the recruiters on this list have extensive contacts nationally. The FREE list is used to post open positions (encouraging referrals) and to post available… Continue

Added by Jay Perreault {DCTechRecruiter} on December 11, 2008 at 6:28pm — No Comments

Starting out as a Corporate Recruiter

So when I first got started in the recruiting world, learning the difference between a corporate recruiter and a staffing recruiter confused me at first. Now for those of you in either one of these roles, you are probably thinking to yourself: How in the world can that be confusing?



Well here’s why. My trainer was a head hunter on Wall Street for 8 years. Though he did staffing for many years, he had recently turned into a corporate recruiter and was focused on learning that side of… Continue

Added by Steve on October 16, 2008 at 4:47pm — 2 Comments

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