If your company is struggling to stay afloat, there may be a number of reasons for it. But something you might not have considered is the role effective IT professionals and services can play in helping get your company out of the doldrums. If any of the…Continue
Added by Anica Oaks on January 5, 2017 at 5:14pm — No Comments
So, you’re ready to write a resume. You sit down and think about what it is that makes you stand out against hundreds of other candidates. Well, if the phrases “go-getter,” “hard worker,” or “self-motivated” come to mind, you may want to rethink what you’re writing.…Continue
Added by Recruiter Raya on January 22, 2015 at 3:18pm — No Comments
Let us share ideas here for the New Year that would be great. Recruiting as we all know has changed and it is tied to the state of the economy the economy is very poor now. What are your ways of reaching more decision makers who don't know you and getting them to do business with you?
Here is the way I get new clients.I research the internet look on CareerBuilder.com, Indeed.com and SimplyHired.com and firm's web site for current openings and then go to linkedin and get the name of…Continue
Added by Jane Roth on January 25, 2013 at 11:36am — No Comments
Hard work is a competitive advantage. Most people believe that technology is the secret that will give them leverage in their careers. But it’s not. It’s about planting seeds, tending them, putting in the time, and doing the work. There is no way around that. Think of it like relationships. We would like to think that we can call someone a ‘friend’ by linking to them on a social media site. But friendships, authentic and meaningful ones, take time to build. They take work, just like one’s…Continue
Some months ago, I was phone screened for a Senior Recruiter role with a Fortune 500 retail company. During the phone screening, which lasted 75 minutes, I talked for roughly 10-12 minutes. Instead of digging deeper into the responsibilities of the role I applied for, the Recruiter spent most…Continue
Good Workers + Great Values = Success.
Most employers/employees alike seek career success and the path to success is paved with hard work. As winning the lottery is not always an option, most people know success means hard work, working with people, understanding corporate objectives and managing challenges. Take enlightened footsteps on a career path to success; implement these steps into your day to day career life, if you haven’t already.…Continue
Added by Lipton Fleming on June 13, 2012 at 6:21am — No Comments
“When I started 20 years ago it was the junior people like me that worked the hardest. Now twenty years later it is the senior people like me that work the hardest. Somehow I…Continue
Added by Mark Nelson on May 23, 2012 at 4:30pm — No Comments
I am completely the wrong person to be writing this blog as I never celebrate any successes and instead think about ‘what’s next’, but I hear celebrating is supposed to be a good thing. So here goes with my hypocritical blog.
In all seriousness I can see the value in taking stock of one’s achievements. In this day and age where all we hear is negativity it can be difficult to actually get a grasp of your achievements as nothing ever seems to be good enough. I always feel…Continue
This morning, I realized that I still have a lot of work to do before the holiday. It's Thursday...technically mid-week for a recruiter. Long line recruiting, local interviews, and client calls are all on my plate for today. Not to mention our VP will be in town the next two days...right before I go on vacation for a week to refresh.
The point is, I am working up to the buzzer. Every recruiter, no matter what industry or what experience level, can slack at this point in the week,…Continue
Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing, social recruiting and anything else in the recruiting space. This week we’ll be talking about hard to fill jobs, great places to work, average organizations, a really cool resume, most epic tweets and a…Continue
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