All Blog Posts Tagged 'job' (1,162)

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

Three Decidedly Un-Christmaslike Observations

There are times in your life when you have a dawning of realization, a flash of insight - as though a veil of ignorance is parted and you see the naked truth for what it is. Sometimes these little nuggets of meaningfulness will impact you for the rest of your life. Other times, they are simple life truths that you will incorporate into your knowledge bank and draw on these items almost daily as you negotiate the twisty turny phenomenon that we call living. And then there are the moments of… Continue

Added by Nancy Ford on December 18, 2008 at 11:30am — No Comments


Do you recognize the frustration of seeing your budget shrink? It seems that today there isn’t a single industry left in peace – everywhere it seems the pressure from an unfit economy is felt fast and felt hard. And in the spirit of today’s tough economic times where the term “bailout” has suddenly received so much publicity and is on the tip of everyone’s tongue, we are making our own humble contribution to try and help you out with our very own “bailout package.” With SmartRecruiters the ATS… Continue

Added by SmartRecruiters on December 17, 2008 at 1:52pm — No Comments

Recruiting Manager Position open/fulltime perm- Los Angeles, Encino, CA RETAIL BANKING INDUSTRY

Basic Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree

Five to seven years Human Resource experience

Previous employee management experience

Strong understanding of recruiting functions

Ability to identify marketing strategy

Federal employment standards

Demonstrated ability to take charge and get results

Ability to communicate with all levels of employees, verbally and in writing

Ability to manage multiple, complex projects… Continue

Added by Rebecca Zatarain on December 17, 2008 at 1:31pm — 2 Comments

Post Jobs Simultaneously to Kellogg, Harvard, Columbia, Stanford, Haas, and More

MBA Focus™ has launched a revolutionary new recruiting tool called MultiPost, which brings an exclusive network of elite MBA programs together in one job posting service.

MultiPost gives employers the ability to quickly and easily post a single job to thousands of job-seeking MBAs from over 50 top global business schools at once. Post a job to world’s top MBA programs in just a few… Continue

Added by Ryan Pratt on December 16, 2008 at 4:55pm — No Comments

Land your most FULFILLING job (written by MF for Brandon Hall Newsletter)

You want to find a new role, a job you can really get excited about. Think beyond the jobs you see and hear about. Make it your temporary job to seek out your dream job. How?

One way is by knowing and seeking to find elearning/learning work within your area of passion/personal interests. You know, what you want to do when you retire. Research the possibilities of combining that with your current professional career. Example – if you are a learning professional, and love anything from… Continue

Added by on December 15, 2008 at 9:10pm — No Comments

Thanks for everything, we're laying you off. Merry Christmas! (Days 5 & 6)

See the previous blog entry to this series here.

So the weekend ended and I got a flood of emails and phone calls on Monday (some of which came from my previous company as there are many there looking too). So many in fact that another week a has gone by and I still find myself responding to many of these emails and phone calls. (Sorry if you are one of those that I have not… Continue

Added by Steve on December 15, 2008 at 8:50pm — 1 Comment

How to Find a New Job—Thoughts and Tools You Can Use

Job Search

If you're unemployed you already know that it's tough out there in the job market. If you want statistics then check out the following information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics here, here, and here. If you're unemployed then…


Added by Simon Meth on December 14, 2008 at 11:02pm — 8 Comments

Real Job Loss Data...

Thanks to SlighlyLoony over at JamulBlog for pointing me to Coyote Blog for a great representation of job loss data. It seems that our recent job losses, when expressed as a percentage of the total work force, are far less dramatic than in the past. Of course the absolute…


Added by Simon Meth on December 14, 2008 at 2:30pm — No Comments

My husband cheated.. I’m in a messy divorce... the ointment’s not working and 2 DUI’s put me in financial crisis while waiting for my wrongful termination settlement check to arrive....

.... So why won't you hire me?


People say the darnedest things. What might be okay to bring up during a personal conversation may not be a good idea in a professional one.…


Added by Heather Gardner on December 12, 2008 at 3:30pm — 6 Comments

Thanks for everything, we're laying you off. Merry Christmas! (Days 3 & 4)

See the previous blog entry here.

So on to the weekend!

So by this time I have have already received 3 job offers. Of course, they are for 100% commission roles, so those are extremely easy to offer since there is no risk on the part of the employer in many ways. The strange part is 2 of them were offers and I hadn't even spoken to anyone yet! How strange is that?

First… Continue

Added by Steve on December 12, 2008 at 12:30am — 5 Comments

Thanks for everything, we're laying you off. Merry Christmas! (Days 1&2)

See the first blog entry of this series here.

Okay, so to continue the story!

First I want to say I have received many messages from many of you and I want to say thank you! I didn't realize this was going to get such a great response. So let me tell you about what happened the first 2 days.

So the day of the news, obviously letting the Mrs. know was a treat. Tears,… Continue

Added by Steve on December 10, 2008 at 10:00pm — 1 Comment

Facebook or MySpace ? - Both Can Hurt and Help Your Job Search

No longer are sites like MySpace and Facebook just for college students posting their inappropriate pictures from the previous weekend, these sites now appeal to a different demographic—recruiters and employers looking to learn more about candidates they’re considering for employment.

As the amount of personal information available online to potential employers increases every second, candidates these days are making first impressions on employers long before they even show up for… Continue

Added by Jeremy Hatfield on December 10, 2008 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Was Your Candidate Truly Laid-Off, or Just Plain FIRED?

As a recruiter I do have a great deal of sympathy for the droves of professionals being caught up in the current nationwide trend of mass layoffs. As someone who has been laid off from a job once before, I also have empathy for anyone who finds themselves caught up in a layoff situation.

However, no matter how much downsizing is happening in the market, I still proceed cautiously with a candidate who states that he or she has been laid off. . . . I can't help it, but the little "red… Continue

Added by Andrea Santiago on December 10, 2008 at 1:36am — 1 Comment

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