t type of college course. In it, students learn the arts of flirting, relationships, dating, love song analysis, and online chatting. The new course, which filled up so quickly that additional classes had to be added, is one component of the city-state's efforts to convince young people to get married and have children.
y Google in December 2009 and in 2010.
We will start from the basics and go to the advanced and creative techniques. The webinar will be useful for sourcers, recruiters, and anybody interested in online lead generation.
Prerequisite: experience searching on Google.
* Boolean syntax
* Operators and Special Characters
* Creative Use of Special Characters for Sourcing
* Finding email addresses
* Targeting Geography
* Finding Lists and Directories
* X-raying Zoominfo, Jigsaw, Spoke, Scribd and other useful sites
* Using the Date Range
* Real Time Search
* Google’s Social Search
* Custom Search Engine Basics
* Productivity Techniques
All webinars come with one month of unlimited Q&A over email.
Date: Monday, March 22
Time: noon EST/ 9 am PST
Length: 90 min
hidden footprint. Asking for a resume, to me, is hardly a personal inquiry since its designed to be a public marketing document.
Regarding other points made...
If you feel you're sharing too much private info on the resume why not try having an email address that is dedicated to the resume and its inquiries, a Google Voice number, and simply listing city and state or town perhaps?
Or you can simply state "I don't share my resume until later in the process, my online profile should prove sufficient for our initial conversation." without lambasting a party who has taken an interest in your career.
Of course then you need to make sure your profile is indeed accurate if you want to be taken seriously.
No one is asking you for sensitive data when they are asking for a resume, they are asking for verifiable, quantifiable data.
If I have contacted you already and you expressed even mild interest, but we haven't spoken fully yet, wouldn't I be remiss if I didn't try to get the most accurate professional information I could prior to a call? Online profiles can be faked or fudged, or simply out of date. A resume is expected to be accurate no? Can you think of a better way for me to be a SME on a candidate in advance of a lengthier conversation?…
cited about how the web is adding productivity to Democracy.
While Obama was being sworn in, millions of people from around the world were watching online while communicating with their friends and colleagues on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and thousands of other online methods. Many will suggest that this election was so brilliantly run online, that it was one of the success factors helping to elect our new leader. In addition, on the new www.Whitehouse.gov site it says: "President Obama is committed to creating the most open and accessible administration in American history," and the site invites Americans to add their voice to the future progress.
Our industry, online recruiting, in many ways helped pave the way for this progress. Online recruiting was one of the first viable business applications on the Internet, and it has created millions of jobs worldwide, while it has helped add productivity, speed and transparency to a major business function (finding talent). We are at the very early stages, and our team at Onrec is here to help keep you up to date with the rapid pace of change and evolution. In fact, later this year, we will be launching the first-ever look at the online recruiting industry: from inception, to the current state of the industry, to a glimpse of the future opportunities. If you would like to contribute your voice to this watershed report forever memorializing our industry, please touch base.
In addition, we are hard at work assembling an incredible Onrec Expo 2009. Our theme will continue as "The Only Global Gathering of Online Recruiting Leaders and Game Changing Recruiting Technologies." Our speaker and topic line-up is already very impressive, and we will continue to make announcements. Definitely, if you plan to attend any one industry event this year, reserve November 3-4, 2009 on your calendar, and plan to be in Chicago for the event of the year:
RD Whitney, CEO Onrec USA and Founder of TalentManagementTech.com…