Since the launch of Blogger in 1999, the ability to publish content on the Internet has become easier and easier. Savvy recruiting professionals have taken advantage of this dynamic shift to connect with prospective candidates to better meet their organization's recruiting needs. In many cases, these early adopters had to build a web presence on their own because senior leadership… Continue
Added by Omowale Casselle on February 24, 2010 at 11:36am —
On Feb. 12th 2010, my.barackobama.com advertised a Social Networks Manager position. Key content elements of this recruiting advertisement make it more likely to be shared with other members of an individual’s network: position utilizes… Continue
Added by Omowale Casselle on February 15, 2010 at 11:25am —
Next week I will be at TruLondon and have the pleasure of leading two tracks, The Talent Puddle and Technology Shopping List. Continue
Added by Shane McCusker on February 9, 2010 at 7:00am —
The Apple AppStore has over 100,000 iPhone applications. Verizon's Droid is a a few months old and Google just launched the Nexus One. Microsoft has Windows Mobile and the Palm has the hot new Palm Pre. The current king of Mobile Business is the Blackberry (RIM), but it is losing ground fast. Apple, Microsoft, Google, Palm, Verizon & RIM all going after the same market and that makes for great headlines.The… Continue
Added by Donato Diorio on February 5, 2010 at 11:30pm —
By Ian Alexander
We’re all drinking from the fire hose of hype surrounding Twitter, so imagine my surprise at a recent user conference when a presenter asked how… Continue
Added by Ian Alexander on January 11, 2010 at 3:35pm —
Lots of people are talking about employer branding these days. While I agree that all companies should be conscious of how they are viewed by employees and prospective employees, I think many branding efforts are misdirected and a plain waste of money and effort.
It’s not about how many people think you’re great. It’s who, and why.
Brains over beans
I work with young tech companies who, by their very nature, are selective in who they employ. Most really are… Continue
Added by Kristina McDougall on November 24, 2009 at 10:56am —
I know lots of people that only have one way to handle situations. In today's business world it takes flexibity and creativity to build relationships, to win new business and to keep your clients happy.
Basically most recruiting and staffing professional do the same things as each other so how do you stand out? What makes your company different?
As a recruiter you have to have a great reputation in your industry, with your clients and your candidates. Going through all the… Continue
Added by Craig Silverman on August 3, 2009 at 3:00pm —
It's funny, people are always asking me about what I see inside my crystal ball, where are things headed in the market or what's hot? They seem to be intersted in the newest tricks, places to go on the web, social networks and how to find the best talent. My first thought is usually that before you do anything new you have to first look at all the tricks and tools you already have.
The truth is that I really don't have anything new to tell people about. Most of my thoughts and… Continue
Added by Craig Silverman on July 27, 2009 at 6:23pm —
A Worthwhile Investment.
More and more HR recruiters are using video technology to solve the challenge of nurse vacancies. According to a Wharton School of Business National Research survey, there is a 51% greater understanding of any subject presented through video. The survey also states that prospects are 72% more likely to purchase a product or service when video is used. This translates directly to job candidates' positive response when introduced to the facility through a… Continue
Added by Valerie Ellinor on July 16, 2009 at 4:29pm —
admit it – I’m a sucker for bright shiny new technology. In fact, I’m susceptible enough that I spend a good deal of time being very critical of anything new. Why? (a) I’m weak, and (b) a lot of this stuff just disappears and you can’t remember why you liked it in the first place.
And how is this relevant to job boards and careers site? Well…almost every couple of weeks I am approached by another vendor with a ‘killer’ tool that integrates into an existing site and will drive up… Continue
Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on July 1, 2009 at 9:12am —
We are witnessing the end of an era. Since the end of the World War 2, large companies have controlled the ebb and flow of the US economy: from the reign of the Detroit automakers to the rise of west coast tech moguls like Microsoft and Google. Small businesses have been the tiny vessels tossed in the wake of gargantuan tankers, forcing their products on consumers through sheer bulk.
The tides are changing though- the failing American economy has exposed the incapability of big… Continue
Added by Darwin Redshield on June 12, 2009 at 6:49pm —
Okay here it goes.....I have spent the last few weeks researching Staffing Software for the company I work for. We plan on implementing this change sometime in January 2010. I have seen a couple of demos, one of which I was pretty impressed with. I have even posted a Blog and a Discussion here on this site, in hopes of getting some feedback on what seems to be the most widely used or most popular, yet satisfying software out on the market today. I don't know if I'm not being clear on the info I… Continue
Added by Carissa Jordan on June 12, 2009 at 11:39am —
There are many open source products available to the Human Resources community, but I feel as though many HR professionals are unaware of how these free software products can be implemented and beneficial to their organization. As we try to maintain our budgets and businesses in this tumultuous time, it is important to know what free software options are out there for HR professionals and how they can be utilized within their organizations.
Open source tools may be the closest… Continue
Added by Dayna Racow on May 8, 2009 at 2:26pm —
It's time for some F2F Recruiter Networking in the Silicon Valley.
We are excited to announce and to host an Open house recruiter networking event on FR 5/15 from 11am-2pm in our Santa Clara offices for Recruiters, Independents, HR, Corporate, Contract, staffing professionals of all types.
Maybe you are looking for a job, intersted in hanging out with some seasoned recruiting experts, hoping to pick up some candidate sourcing tips,… Continue
Added by Craig Silverman on May 1, 2009 at 4:35pm —
We are looking for 2 Perm (Direct Hire, Working both sides of the desk) Recruiters and 1 Account Manager (Selling Contract Services) at Albin Engineering in Sunnyvale. We focus on Technology based client positions and are expanding the size of our team.
. These are all full-time, sales orientated postions, working with our team out of the company office in Santa Clara. Please feel free to spread the word to your recruiting… Continue
Added by Craig Silverman on April 27, 2009 at 11:00am —
Following an exciting month of March Madness filled with exciting opportunities I have made the decision to join Albin Engineering
in San Jose as a Partner and Vice President of Sales/Marketing. Our firm focuses on Innovative Technology Services
and staffing solutions. I have been busy getting to know my new team this week.
With three offers on the table I made the decision to join the Albin team for several reasons including to stay located… Continue
Added by Craig Silverman on April 17, 2009 at 4:00pm —
Just created a new profile on Recruiting Blogs!
Added by Craig Silverman on March 23, 2009 at 4:18pm —
All the tech tools that we have for sourcing are great, but don't mean a whole lot if you can't use the information you gather. Click here
to read more.
Added by Gino Conti on March 2, 2009 at 10:39am —
Despite the massive layoffs across the board in technology from Big Blue to small-fry tech companies, there appears to be a streak of confidence among the masses. People in technology – engineers, software developers, IT, sales and marketing – seem to be a bit stronger through this crisis than in the past. Some of this may have to do with the bubble bursting on many of us in the dot com era. Or, it may have to do with the hope a new administration promises. More likely, much of it has to do… Continue
Added by Neil Costa on February 11, 2009 at 2:30pm —
Late last year I spoke at a luncheon on the pool deck of the Hilton Hotel in Brisbane. During my brief address, I commented that technology, which was designed to assist our poductivity, is actually hindering our effectiveness to do smart business.
I explained that while clients attempting to arrange a meeting with me will be tapping away for minutes on their Raspberries searching for the calendar functions; the yearly planner of my Filofax is open at the ready,… Continue
Added by Ric Willmot on January 14, 2009 at 5:00am —