When students start thinking about their higher education, there are decisions that should be taken based on the circumstances and capacity of different individuals. Just deciding the name of a college or a university is not enough, there are consequences of making that choice, commitments to be performed and effort to be undertaken. Sometimes your choice of a particular college and program can indirectly affect your family or your parents, if they are sponsoring your education fees. When we…Continue
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When looking for potential job candidates, executive recruiters might want to “pipeline” them for any openings that will be available in the near future. By regularly keeping an…Continue
Hooey. If you aren't familiar with this term, it's a nicer and friendlier way of calling "BS" on something or someone. It's when your words and your actions don't line up and your hypocrisy has been exposed. Such is the case with Recruiters. I am calling "hooey" on you today.
I have been in recruiting for around 10 years. During that time, I have interviewed and hired countless…Continue
What a presumptuous title, huh? Speaking from personal experience and observation, I have found that no matter what circumstance you find yourself in currently, if you look around you, you can almost always find someone else who is going through an even more difficult circumstance.
Added by Doug Douglas on November 25, 2013 at 6:08pm — No Comments
I fully recognize that I would not be where I am today without countless numbers of people who have invested a portion of their lives into mine. A great example would be a guy named Kenneth Johnson. I've never met him, but I attended a private school from 6th - 12th grades. My mom was working three jobs after having…Continue
Added by Doug Douglas on August 15, 2013 at 3:35pm — No Comments
So in the course of any one day I get a stack of emails from people that seemingly have no idea how/why to apply for a role in the creative industry.
Normally it’s cool, I’m polite and reply with a, “thanks but no thanks…” sort of thing, trying to offer a piece of advice where and when I can. But occasionally, towards the end of a long day, I don’t. And I write something like this:
Do you ever look at the top headlines that appear on your LinkedIn homepage? No? Well, you really should!
The stories are collated from news websites around the world and are updated throughout the day. They tend to focus mainly on employment and the economy and are a wealth of information for…Continue
Added by Charlie Blacque on April 13, 2012 at 4:37am — No Comments
Any candidate in transition or working professional has most likely bumped into a recruiter at some point. Many executive recruiters often actively headhunt passive job candidates whom are currently employed. And if you are in the process of conducting an active job search, you have probably responded to an advertisement for a job opening placed on a jobs board by a recruiting firm. However, a well-thought-out, effective job search that covers all of the bases intentionally includes…Continue
Added by Patrick Richard on March 27, 2012 at 11:16pm — No Comments
I was browsing my LinkedIn Groups this morning, and a colleague shared this 60 Minutes segment in which she was spotlighted. I'm sure each of you knows someone who is talented, college-educated, life-experienced, and willing to work, but unable to secure employment.
What can we do - as advocates and stakeholders in the community of recruiting - to help? Even if it…Continue
Added by Maisha Cannon on March 1, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments
Being a recruitment consultant means I am in contact with hundreds of people looking for work or looking for that exciting new career step every week. Most people seem to think all they need to do is send their CV to the agent and the job is done, well let me tell you it isn’t. Most Recruitment agencies don’t even recruit for 10 percent of the local vacancies, so the chances of you actually finding the right role through a recruitment agent are not as high as you would initially think. The…Continue
Added by Peter Dunn on February 22, 2012 at 12:08pm — No Comments
In its March 2011 issue, Fortune magazine released its annual list of the World’s Most Admired Companies. These are the companies that have the best reputations among business people.
To create this list, Fortune’s research group surveys approximately 1,400 companies: the 1,000 largest U.S. companies ranked by revenue; non-U.S. companies in Fortune’s Global 500 database with revenue of $10 billion or more; and the top foreign companies operating in the…Continue
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As a fledgling blog I am delighted with the amount of interest there has been in
what I have been talking about on Recruitmentdad.com. I am also really pleased
to see how many people are returning to read each new posting. I trust that all
of you reading it find it both enjoyable and useful! As with any new blog the
build up of traffic can be gradual so I wanted to share with you…
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I was talking with a career counseling client the other day. He's a smart guy with a PhD and loads of great high tech experience. And still there were some basic things about his resume that were hurting him. So I got to thinking about that and wondering about how widespread this phenomenon is. As a corporate recruiter, you could say that I look at resumes for a living. I've got loads of experience reading resumes and I see all sorts of funny things each day. At least they would be funny if…Continue
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