“If the sight of the blue skies fills you with joy, if a blade of grass springing up in the fields has power to move you, if the simple things in nature have a message you understand, Rejoice, for your soul is alive.” -- Eleanor Duse
Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 AM this Sunday, March 9, 2008, as clocks move ahead by one hour.
Daylight Saving Time is the harbinger of spring for me. Days lengthen, skies brighten, moods lighten... and as spring… Continue
While speaking at John Sumser's Las Vegas Recruiting Roadshow, I mentioned how a social network for bloggers, BlogCatalog.com, was working on several applications to help streamline social networks. Last night, they launched SocialStream, which adds portability to social network data in the form of a widget.
Added by Rich on March 5, 2008 at 4:30pm —
Here is a link to a short online training on successful e-mail marketing methods. It provides a good overview of things to consider before developing an email campaign. It was developed by MMS which markets specifically to physicians but the training is relevant to any industry. Enjoy.
I know many of you on Recruitingblogs last year were the most active participations in the SourceCon sourcing challenges (Particularly those OS2i Sourcers). I can not count the number of personal messages I have been receiving since SourceCon2007 in Atlanta last September asking when is the next batch of challenges coming out?
Since all you RecruitingBlog members are so special, I am here to let you know that the first challenge will go live on Monday the 10th of March at 12:00pm… Continue
This is the best time and the best way to recruit IT Professionals who are actively or passively looking to change jobs, locations, and companies.
At the National Enterprise IT Show & Conference every attendee will have easy access to the regional edition of USA TODAY and our bannered recruitment feature, targeting this otherwise hard-to-reach audience of active and passive candidates.
According to current surveys, the number one issue on IT… Continue
Added by Jason Lane on March 5, 2008 at 10:21am —
According to a new survey:Recruitment Advertising: Moving in New Directions:
Organizations plan to spend less on print and major job boards, and more on Web 2.0 elements, such as social and business networking sites, referral programs, blogs, video and virtual worlds. The war for talent and the inability of the job board behemoths to find quality candidates are…
It's my first time blogging so please be gentle on me! While adding Yahoo Messenger to my arsenal of communication tools to stay in touch instantly with the outside world, I noticed something called Chatrooms and wondered, have any of you effectively set up or gone into the computer rooms to recruit? What are your war stories for methods you thought were creative but failed miserably? What worked that you never thought would? I look forward to hearing your inspiring… Continue
Today’s post is for Recruiters and Hiring Managers who are tasked with adding Sales Professionals to an organization.
An excellent piece titled “Secrets Buried in a Salesperson’s Resume” on ERE today by Lee Salz talks about the importance of accurately assessing the Resume of a Sales Rep who is better than the average person at selling themself to others.…
Come on, we all need a little strocking! From egoSurf:
Simple. You enter your name and your blogs web address. We search google and find links to your blog. We calculate your ego ranking. We show you where your blogs appear in the search engines. Did we mention that we can search in Yahoo, MSN, del.icio.us and Technorati too? Got more than one blog…
First I want to thank those that commented and offered me help in learning how to be successful in recruiting. You can expect my call sooner or later. To give you a little background, I started my recruiting career on day 1 at the Ranch with Peter Lefkowitz. I got lots of information some of which made sense, but most of which I could not relate to having never experienced anything in recruiting. I work for an old friend of mine who has been in the business for about 17 yrs. He has been pretty… Continue
Added by Mark Walton on March 3, 2008 at 7:46pm —