tly on the lookout for talented sourcers and recruiters around the country to work on our growing pool of job orders, on a partnership or contract basis.
Below is a small sampling of some of our active job orders…
* Application Platform Developer (Social Networking) - offering $10,000 commission
* Director of Product Management (Consumer Internet) - offering $11,250 commission
* Director of Online Marketing (Consumer Products) - offering $10,500 commission
* Interactive Art Director (Boutique Interactive Agency) - offering $13,500 commission
* Chief Creative Officer (Interactive Agency) - offering $17,500 commission
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credit report. If an employer is somehow getting a numerical credit score (e.g. 650 etc), , then they are engaged in questionable conduct in my view and are likely mis-using thier merchant accounts in a way that is unauthorized and likely violates their contract with the credit bureau. They also risk EEOC action since a numerical credit scores are only intended for the purpose of making loans or financial decisions. A credit score has no relevance to employment. A background screening firm provides a special type of credit report with no credit score (or date of birth and it does not count against your credit score as an inquiry). Most employers use credit repots sparingly for positions involving access to cash, assets or fiduciary decisions.
Any rate, here is a whitepaper that explains the area in more detail: http://www.napbs.com/files/public/Consumer_Education/Credit_Reports_for_Background_Screeningpdf …
was... I was simply so angry at how LinkedIn had treated me as a customer, breaking their contract with me, and depriving me of 90% of the value of the product I had already paid several thousand dollars for.... I've been a 'loyal' member of LinkedIn for at least 8 or 9 years, and they rewardedme for my 'early investment' by ripping me off, after I had touted the value of their site to at least 500,000 professional engineers. So, I was very pleased to learn that the new recruiting software package I picked (after lengthy investigation) turned out to be the product of the innovators that LinkedIn was sueing. I'm hoping it all turns out for the best, of course. Good competition is in the best interest of the consumer.…