A Prelude to Social Media Architecture/Framework!
This is going to be a
prelude to a 5 part series on social media architecture/framework for
First thing is first, what are you trying to accomplish?
Who are you trying get noticed by?
Once you have determined that, figure out what message
you should send to accomplish this and what your personnel brand should be.
Added by Dean Da Costa on October 28, 2011 at 4:01pm — No Comments
Placing jobs on Twitter just became easier!!
I know allot of staffing professionals place their jobs on twitter. Most ways of doing it
are a little time consuming and a bit of a pain. But there is an easier way,
Twitres http://www.twitres.com/a/recruiter. Twitres allows you to easily tweet your job requirements.
The tweet will even include a link for candidates to submit resumes…Continue
Added by Dean Da Costa on October 20, 2011 at 8:38pm — No Comments
Going Hmm versus Nodoubt
So there seems to be 2 lines of
thinking with regards to what to look for when reviewing a resume.
Some recruiters, staffing
professionals, and hiring managers look for a nodoubt, sure things, guarantee
hire when they review a resume anything less gets pushed aside.
Others look for the HMM, the maybe,
the worth talking to.
So which approach is the…Continue
Added by Dean Da Costa on October 15, 2011 at 9:52pm — No Comments
Years VS Quality!!
When reviewing a resume or writing a
job description there is always thought given to years of experience. But the
question is, is it really years of experience that is most important or the
quality of what was done that is the most important.
Let’s say you need a recruiter, but
the emphasis is on sourcing. 90% of the job is going to be sourcing and you
want 8 years of experience as a recruiter.…