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Thoughts on Enhance Media's - Online Recruitment Conference London

Some quick thoughts on the really quite good - Enhance Media's Online Recruitment - 2009 - The Year Ahead Conference.

Great turnout. With bad news aplenty in the industry, it's nice to be reminded that online recruitment advertising remains a massive opportunity (we still think at least £200+mm in the UK) with many smart people involved. Companies are still recruiting, but to a lesser degree, and there is greater pressure on them to be… Continue

Added by william fischer on January 30, 2009 at 9:49am — No Comments

Candidates are taking it too far!

I can't take it anymore! What the heck are all these candidates doing? In their desperation to find the next great opportunity, they are casting their net too far, too wide. I am becoming inundated with candidates unqualified for positions I've posted. And I only have a couple of posts out there, thank goodness!

One example is "mba requirement" and tons of bachelor's candidates flood in, a software sales opportunity and suddenly retail sales candidates are applying. I do not reply if… Continue

Added by Annie Daub on January 29, 2009 at 4:46pm — 2 Comments

50 Top B-Schools Together in One Place

Post Jobs to the New & Improved Wharton, Kellogg, Chicago, Stanford, Michigan and Columbia Job Boards at Once

Wharton, Kellogg, Chicago, Stanford, Michigan, Columbia and 50+ other schools have just unveiled a new feature for their MBA job boards called MultiPost, powered by MBA Focus™, that will immediately advance the way recruiters find candidates and fill jobs.

What is MultiPost?

This new service… Continue

Added by Ryan Pratt on January 29, 2009 at 3:41pm — No Comments

Millions of Jobs to be "Created," Will We Get To Help?

I keep hearing that the current Obama administration is claiming they will create up to 3 million jobs within the next year or two. My question is, “how much of that pie can we expect to serve?”

If it’s mostly government jobs that are created, then we might miss out. If it’s private sector jobs that are created, then we could be in for a wild ride. I’m curious what others think? Which direction do you think this is headed and will we have the opportunity to be a part of… Continue

Added by Kevin Panet on January 29, 2009 at 4:15am — 2 Comments

Resume Blasting - Mistake

Resume Blasting is something that I have a strong opinion on - that is NEVER do it. It looks desperate, something that a less qualified candidate would do in a shotgun approach to offload their resume to as many sharks as possible. Does one really think that works? A recruiter or HR manager receives an email from one of the blasting services - something that is non personal and gives little attention to the person whose resume they are sending. Better yet…..the professional using the service… Continue

Added by Jason Monastra on January 26, 2009 at 9:33am — No Comments

Should I stay or should I go? Now that is the question!

I’m sure that The Clash didn’t have your career choices in mind when they wrote “should I stay or should I go”, but in conversation after conversation with both clients and candidates it continue to be a major theme.

Candidates continue to worry about the uncertain economy, and even if their current employment is in flux with layoffs or cost cutting happening they remain hesitant to even look at new positions much less actually… Continue

Added by bill martineau on January 22, 2009 at 7:59am — No Comments

Interview the Interviewer

This is a subject and conversation that I have had with so many people over the years. With it there comes a lot of strong opinions from all sides stating their perspective on why/why not to do this, or how to approach it. It surfaced this morning in a discussion about why people will not take certain jobs, and the fact that a high powered engineer we were working with has been turning down job offers in this economy. Do people do that I was asked……the answer is YES and for good… Continue

Added by Jason Monastra on January 21, 2009 at 11:37am — No Comments

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Recruit Thru Social Networks

Barack Obama used social media to get himself into the White House and thousands of companies are using social media to create brand awareness and an online buzz. However, social media can also be used for many other purposes as well. If you work in Human Resources, you may be thinking, “I dont want to get to the White House — I just want to recruit some employees”. Social networks are an amazing channel for finding potential employees and increasingly becoming an even expected way of finding… Continue

Added by Ayelet Noff on January 19, 2009 at 10:00am — 2 Comments

How Hiring Military Veterans Helps Your Company Save Money – Part 1: No-cost Relocation to Where the Job Is

Hiring military is a great business strategy because the talent is top notch. A recent post at our blog from military recruiting HR consultant Lisa Rosser, discussed one of the key adjunct benefits to these high-quality job seekers: Free relocation. An excerpt is below:

"Did you know that service members separating from active military duty (due to retirement or end of their contracted service commitment) receive a one-time, government paid relocation to any where in… Continue

Added by Bradley-Morris, Inc. - Delivering Military-Experienced Talent to America's Top Companies on January 16, 2009 at 9:19am — No Comments

Practice Interviews

There are a number of articles about this subject floating in cyberspace across a variety of blogs and interview advice forums. I wait with anticipation the article that I will read that tells of the flip side of this practice. Unfortunately to date, there is little I read that offers much more than the approval of the practice interview. The practice interview is defined as an interview in which someone applies for a role in which they are not interested, however qualified, in an attempt to… Continue

Added by Jason Monastra on January 15, 2009 at 7:07am — 2 Comments

Post Open Internships to Every Business School at Once!

MultiPost Your MBA Internship Openings!

MultiPost is a new service that allows companies to quickly and easily post job opportunities to the top graduate business school and alumni job boards. Use MultiPost to post open internships at your company’s office to MBA interns from more than 60 of the world’s top business schools.

Post your open internships to these schools and many more:…


Added by Ryan Pratt on January 14, 2009 at 11:03am — No Comments

Atlanta Employment Firm launches Teaching Job Seekers the Secrets of How to Market Themselves in a Web 2.0 World

Atlanta Employment Firm launches Teaching Job Seekers the Secrets of How to Market Themselves in a Web 2.0 World

Atlanta based Employment Firm, Staff Financial Group Inc. the parent company of the, launches, a website for job seekers hosting Instructional Training Videos that are “Easy to understand tips and strategies that help job seekers navigate the interview… Continue

Added by Gus Cawley on January 12, 2009 at 12:31pm — No Comments

How long should your resume be?

A friend of mine came by over the weekend to go over his job search plan. He had paid a good deal of money to a company that helped him rewrite his resume and then they blasted out hard and soft copies to thousands of companies.

Well, he hasn't gotten the results he had hoped for, so he was asking for advice. I was shocked to see that this company recommended that he limit his resume to one page! He has over 20 years of experience and I have always thought the one page rule was for… Continue

Added by Cathy McCullough on January 5, 2009 at 1:36pm — No Comments

A way to search for alumni groups on LinkedIn and Yahoo Groups

I set up a way to search LinkedIn and Yahoo groups for school and company alumni groups. I will be adding other sources of groups in the near future.

Alumni groups either for companies or schools is a great place to find possible candidates or to post jobs often at no cost.

Many allow recruiters to join even if they did not attend the school or work at the company but check… Continue

Added by Marcus Ronaldi on January 2, 2009 at 11:22am — No Comments

MBA Recruiting Continues to Grow

It is the end of the calendar year, and though MBA recruiting in general has followed the market’s downward trend this season, MBA Focus has grown in almost every aspect of the industry.

Growing Network of Top-Ranked B-Schools

MBA Focus has added many more schools and candidate populations to the already exclusive network of MBA programs, including Michigan, South Carolina, Wisconsin-Madison, Georgia State, Georgia Tech, Iowa, Temple, Tampa and many new… Continue

Added by Ryan Pratt on December 30, 2008 at 2:00pm — 1 Comment

What Was The Most Helpful Blog Post for Job Seekers That You Blogged or Saw in 2008?

Reposting from JobMob:

If you wrote or saw one blog post in 2008 that you thought could help someone find a job more than any other blog post, which post was it?

Join in! This group project has something for everyone.

How to share your best job search tips from 2008

Are you a blogger?

If you’ve already blogged in 2008 about job search tips, choose your best blog post and enter it below.

If you haven’t yet blogged about job… Continue

Added by Jacob Share on December 30, 2008 at 9:00am — No Comments

A simple trend for 2009 (great FREE resource to search resumes)

Over the last few years whenever I spoke to a job seeker about showing up on recruiters radar, I advised them to post their resume on a home page so recruiters, sourcers or hiring managers using search engines can find them

(Here is the post)

After I wrote this I found out about a free resource for both recruiters AND job seekers called Resumebucket which simply does document hosting of resumes. I have been… Continue

Added by Marcus Ronaldi on December 29, 2008 at 10:00am — 3 Comments

Finding Your Next Job after a Layoff

In my last blog, I wrote about how companies can manage through the flood of resumes that are hitting them. If it is difficult for corporate Human Resources right now, it is devastating for those looking for a job. As bleak as the picture is, there are companies that still need to fill crucial positions. So how do you become a candidate, let alone get the job?

Your Resume

Show how you added value. Include quantified performance metrics – increased sales, saved money, trimmed… Continue

Added by Karen Russo on December 22, 2008 at 1:30pm — 5 Comments

Top 10 Survival Tips For Job Boards In This Economy Recession recently had the privilege of guest blogging for on a topic of our choice related to the recruitment industry.

Here are the top 10 tips:

1. Ensure profitability.

2. Be aware and avoid seeking funding.

3. Diversify your revenue stream.

4. Take calculated risks.

5. Understand how job seekers and employers think.

6. Look under the hood.

7. Listen and be lenient with your customers.

8. Build your…

Added by Jeremy Hatfield on December 22, 2008 at 11:28am — 2 Comments

Thanks for everything, we're laying you off. Merry Christmas! (Days 7-14)

See the previous post to this series here.

So here we go! I have met with some fantastic organizations this past week. So far, as predicted, all have come from networking. I have received about 3 phone calls from the job boards this past week, but after calling me, the lower ranges of income that seem to be prevalent here in Utah came up within minutes of starting the conversation. As a result we… Continue

Added by Steve on December 19, 2008 at 12:53pm — 3 Comments

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