"New series of hit show has called on British artist Brian Sanders to draw ad campaign heralding return of Don Draper and co"
Mark Brown, arts correspondent…Continue
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Photo by Valentino Martinez - Ralston Purina Recruiters & Recruitment Booth - NSHMBA National Job Fair…Continue
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While we do not hand out “Courtesy Regret Cards” (that would be bad form and insensitive) -- an important part of a recruiter’s job is the effective handling of regretting those job candidates who will not be…Continue
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A disappointing or disappointed placement?
Never, ever, think outside of the box...because your...decision may haunt you later.…
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Exactly what do the best Embalmers have in common with the best…Continue
Many years ago I was on the premises of a well known movie studio in Burbank, CA delivering a video tape to a Producer and Board Member of the Minority Community Based Organization I was working for at the…Continue
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It all started with the military heritage of my family.
On June 16, 1942 the New Mexico Albuquerque Journal had a front page article with photos entitled "GIVE FIVE SONS TO THEIR COUNTRY". The photos are those of my grandparents, on my mother's side, and their five sons (my…Continue
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This 1999 photograph provided by Chrisitie's shows the Rhine river by German artist Andreas Gursky. Titled "Rhein II," the chromogenic color print face-mounted to acrylic glass was sold for $4.3 million Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011, at Christie's in New York…Continue
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Works at days' end...when it's about to be lights out. Listening to the mellowest of melodies...love this Charlie Haden & Pat Matheny construct of:
The Moon Song from their beyond the Missouri Sky album/disc.
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Most of us have memories of the Good, Bad, and Ugly recruiting experiences related to great candidates who got away. The painful memory of those great candidates that got away related to: a predicted outcome; deception on their part; slow to move hiring managers; our (recruiter) missteps…and…Continue
Losing your followers or losing your way--which is worse for a leader?
Can you be a leader without followers or without a purpose? Which is more critical?
My view is a leader is a leader with or without followers. Leaders find a mission—a purpose and pursue it. Followers, by their nature, need motivation, direction and a person & mission/vision bigger than themselves to…Continue
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Words to the wise from a recruitment veteran of forty years- besides being dedicated to the recruiter's life (whatever that may mean to you) along with taking care of personal responsibilities with family, etc.--make an effort to have sideline activities such that they take you away from the rigors of recruiting (because traversing the terrain can become rigorous, even difficult).
I say this for two reasons—particularly for…Continue
Employers and recruiters are challenged to find and attract viable candidates for viable opportunities--now and in the future. But we are realistic enough to know that it's going to be a tough go--even tougher if we keep going down the same roads from an educational perspective.
I was impressed with Sir Ken Robinson's brief presentation on the subject on TED...for your view and comment. Going back to an organic agricultural theme in education may be an important option going…Continue
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A Toast “to the crazy ones,” by Steve Jobs
Here's to the crazy ones, the misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes... the ones who see things differently — they’re not fond of rules... You can quote them, disagree with…Continue
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