It goes without saying - every move you make has the potential to shape your career for years to come. From time to time, when you are not looking for a new role - well curious folks come knocking on the door and try to lure you away. In these economic times, many of us have not had that happen for some time and perhaps, we go from place to place, company to company seeking a haven from the economic storm brewing all around us, even facing a unique opportunity or two, where the money may…Continue
Added by Mike Rasmussen on September 27, 2011 at 3:30am — No Comments
8 years in and I have been there done that. Although much more is always still to be learned, I spoke with a former boss of mine - we worked together years ago at Venturi Staffing - this evening who still remains to this day a Selling Branch Manager at Manpower one of the largest staffing firms in the world. He mentored me early on in my days out of college providing the type of role model we all hope to have.
Since that time I have been through my own journey discovering…Continue
Added by Mike Rasmussen on September 21, 2011 at 11:00pm — No Comments
Recently Indeed.com a meta Job Search Engine and Job Aggregator revealed a Resume Search option - a gift for recruiters - which is currently free by the way - check it out here:
This new resume search option reads just like a LinkedIn Profile in Feel and has no real phone or email contact information - but employers can sign up for the service and send a secure message to the candidates…Continue
There is much going through my mind as we approach this weekend. Whether it is still the challenges of facing life or remaining steadfast I have to look at those whose lives were changed over 10 years ago. I am sure the healing continues, the hope needed must be renewed, and life goes on.
On that fateful day I was getting ready for my statistics test, and in Silicon Valley, CA, USA the world was just waking up to the knowledge that something was wrong on the east coast. …Continue
Added by Mike Rasmussen on September 9, 2011 at 11:04am — No Comments
On July 4th, 2007, I visited the USS Hornet. Steeped in History, she sits proudly in the San Francisco Bay. On that day, we witnessed fireworks over the Bay with a wonderful daylight concert, games, and a fun family outing. The Hornet sank the Yamato, a Japanese supercarrier in WWII and recovered the astronauts who flew the first mission to the moon. It was here as I witnessed over the SF Bay…Continue
Added by Mike Rasmussen on September 3, 2011 at 2:30am — No Comments