Post inspired by Francois Francois Guay's blog post on RBC - on September 27, 2011 :
Here's a close…Continue
Or are recruiters habit forming creatures who learn, or fail to learn, from their mistakes? And successes?
Only you recruiters would know. …Continue
Added by Valentino Martinez on September 22, 2011 at 1:14am — No Comments
Gotta love a cat's curiosity.
It gets them into trouble as well as earns them a hunter's knowledge.
The important thing is they are constantly looking to satisfy their…Continue
Added by Valentino Martinez on September 21, 2011 at 12:30am — No Comments
Thanks for taking an ACTIVE interest in RBC members and our posts--regardless of subject, group, time of day...or night. You, your comments,…Continue
Not all recruiters or recruitment agencies are vultures...or vampires for that matter. When they cold call--they simply want to help in the recruitment challenges an employer faces.
If they appear to be stalking you as a candidate, or as an employer rep--they are simply trying to get access to interested parties, preferably decision makers--and they are 100% dedicated to a mutual benefit.
Yes, there are some bad apples; some…Continue
Thankful Tree, a…Continue
Inspired by Anthony Roberts of Kelly Services in Florida. From his LinkedIn Discussion entitled: "Are Recruiters Really Necessary" posted on the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Discussion Group Aug 6, 2011.
External recruiters are actually not necessary if the internal process of recruiting quality candidates has been solved. However, plan on solving that challenge often, because each…Continue
In recruitment it happens to me all the…Continue
When you recommend a candidate for employment consideration to a client--the impression that candidate makes can define you as the go-to…Continue
In the USA most will agree, regarding people and characters whom we know or know of--few have the determination, persistence and patience demonstrated by Wile E. Coyote—in pursuit of his goal—catching the Roadrunner.
We in the business of recruitment, who want to excel in the discipline, among other traits should take notice of Wile E. Coyote’s determination, persistence and patience regarding catching the…Continue
Do you have the patience required to herd cats? If you do this may soon become an asset for certain employers (apparently one has actually posted that requirement in their job description). Why? Because patience, among other things, is a virtue, and for some future jobs—it may become an asset.
So start practicing with the family cat or look for Cat Herding Training Schools (CHTS) that may be opening in…
It’s 3:00am and I’m churning away on business, tweets, discussions, blogs and paperwork …suddenly, silently, a brightly lit and light flashing ambulance rolls up just outside across the way…
It immediately reminded me of poet John Donne’s famous last lines from his poem, “For whom the bell…
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