s find the best resources available on the internet through a range of media and services, including a directory of job boards and suppliers, news updates, a monthly magazine, newsletters and a global series of events.
Onrec.com is the only B2B resource for online recruitment news and industry information, publishing over 3000 news stories per year on behalf of our clients and generating our own unique news, editorial and statistics every month. Onrec.com is also a news source for google and yahoo, and is spidered every 15 minutes for the latest news, which means that channeling your news through onrec guarantees you increased reach and exposure.
Through our news and events, we take an indepth look at the online recruitment industry, the key players, new sites, current trends and what the future holds. With articles and comment from the industry's leading players, we are always bringing our audience the most up to date thinking. The recruitment sites database has been part of the site since the year 2000 and has the largest directory of online recruitment sites in the world. The suppliers database is a relatively new addition to the site but is already proving to be an invaluable tool for both recruiters and jobseekers.
Our online audience is a cross section of the UK recruitment industry, ranging from corporate HR through to technology providers and job boards. With over 90,000 unique users per month, the majority of visitors spend up to 4 minutes on the site.
In addition to the website and magazine, onrec.com also hosts a number of events around the globe – including conferences in London, Chicago, Hong Kong and Dubai. Our educational conferences attract the industry’s most experienced and knowledgeable experts brought together specifically to discuss the challenges and innovations facing the online recruitment industry and to share their experience, arming you with new skills, insights, innovations and contacts.
Onrec.com also hosts an annual awards ceremony in the UK. The Online Recruitment Awards – which this year take place on the 25th March, Sheraton Park Lane - are an ideal opportunity to celebrate the achievements of the industry, reward innovation, recognize and thank suppliers or clients, and network with industry peers. The conferences and awards are also an excellent opportunity to bring the online recruitment industry together, and provide a platform for making new contacts, generating leads, and catching up with peers.
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• Publish your News - our news is spidered by google every 15 minutes guaranteeing maximum visibility – get your news published now, simply click here
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We are looking forward to working with our clients in 2009 to deliver the best possible B2B marketing platform in what is becoming an increasingly tough market. With tighter recruitment budgets increasing competition, we recognize it’s more important than ever to deliver return on investment and can tailor packages to meet your needs.…
the iPad as I can see it certainly serves you very well. Hmmm... maybe Apple should focus their next marketing campaign for the iPad on the "Senior Citizen", just like phone manufacturers did when they made those phones with extra big buttons - have you ever seen one of those??
Anyway... before I get shot down in flames by you Sandra (I like banter, and I don't mind anyone throwing it back at me!) ... I'll get back on the topic of Social Media...
Thanks for your comments Morgan - glad to see you appreciate where I'm coming from. Have you ever looked at what the celebs are spouting out these days on Twitter as well? My gosh, so many of them go on about pointless random crap; and no way would they be telling people in person if they were having a real conversation. It's like they feel they need to give their followers a running commentary of every minute of their lives. Why is that? Do they want to make them jealous, do they think people will love them more?
Anyway... Facebook has had it's day, and a lot of people I know now can't be bothered to keep up with it. Twitter can be left to the attention grabbing celebs. Youtube is great, but getting far too commercial, and I hate all the adverts. Myspace is still cool, but seems like it's gone underground and used more by the music industry these days.
Oh - and what's going to happen to dating in the future? Call me what you like, but you can't beat the sheer buzz from going up to a man or woman you fancy, and simply just starting up a conversation with them. You have no idea what to expect, whether they will like you or not - but once you can get the confidence to approach them, the sparks really can start to fly! With all this online dating, where you can pick your perfect partner online - it's sort of taking the fun out of going on dates where you have no idea what to expect. Not to knock internet dating sites - as many of you may have found a partner on there... but if we were all taught instead how to build more confidence in order to approach men or women in real life - it would be a WHOLE lot better, and far more fun! God, I hope that we don't look back one day, wondering what it was like to approach a stranger and start up a conversation - instead of hiding behind the "comfort" of our computer screens!!!
Just my opinion - but social media could be redesigning our lives entirely... although only if you let it. We don't have to do anything we don't want to - I just hope people stop doing things because they feel they have to be seen to be doing them.....
r Talent Acquisition Executive member...as a Partner and Underwriter of the Human Capital Institute, I’m pleased to be able to invite you to attend a special HCI Webcast as our guest. I've clipped a summary of the program, along with the date and time below. The presenter will be Tim Keefe from CH2M Hill.
Tim joined CH2M HILL as the Director of Enterprise Talent Acquisition and Deployment in April 2006. Within his first year, Tim analyzed a decentralized recruitment structure and developed a best-in-class approach to filling 7,000 positions annually. His new approach to recruiting is now seen as the model in his industry.
Prior to joining CH2M HILL, Tim served as the Global Strategic Talent Acquisition Leader for Johns Mansville. In this role, he designed and delivered a "best practice" talent acquisition and recruitment process outsourcing strategy. His Six Sigma implementation plan saved $1.5 million. While at Coors Brewing Company, his recruitment strategies helped the company become recognized for its innovation and employment brand. He built a Business Partner Model that was recognized by the Recruitment Roundtable in their study, "Achieving Operational Excellence in Recruiting"
He has extensive training in organizational development, career management systems, human resources program development, change management, talent acquisition strategies, competency modeling, and people development strategies.
If you are interested in the topic but unable to attend at the scheduled time, I’ll be happy to forward a copy of the slides at your request. Please click here to register online.
s final webinar of a three part series, you will learn Search Engine Marketing (SEM) for Recruiting and how to use Pay-Per-Click (PPC) on major search engines like Google and even social networks like Facebook to get your pages seen and clicked on by the right people. This online workshop also covers the strategy and tactics of Bid Management and Tracking to insure you are paying the lowest price per click, and much more!
Date: Wednesday, April 21st, 2010
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm EST
Title: Search Engine Marketing (SEM): Pay-Per-Click (PPC), Ad Copy Development, Bid Management & Tracking
To learn more about this webinar go to http://www.cvtracer.com/webinar04-21-10.php…
ep the the database up-to-date. Social recruitment tools help recruiters to source candidates, interact, and learn about their most recent projects and skill sets.
I am sure there are ways for recruiters to update their databases as well. But social recruitment tools allow recruiters to have a further reach to candidates outside of their current network. Social recruitment tools help expand your reach to more job candidates. Going back to Peter's point, there is no silver bullet in recruitment. Instead of using only one type of recruitment tool, recruiters should incorporate the newer social recruitment tools into their existing solutions for the best result. Please share your experience with me.
To learn more about grow your online community/ database register for free webinars How to Recruit on Facebook , Social Recruitment101…
tive by combining visualization and matching tools: from this straightforward idea, ResumUP has radically enhanced the user experience in online recruiting.
For job seekers, creating visual resumes has never been so simple. ResumUP uses data from social media profiles to make instant online resumes with an impressive infographic display that gives a visual punch to the applicant’s profile. With a little more editing, the job seeker's experience, personality and intentions are easily added to the display.
It’s just as easy for recruiters to create visual vacancies that are far more attractive – and easier to understand – than traditional text-based job offers. And in a mouse-click, through multiple filters, recruiters can pick perfect candidates for open positions and screen them quickly and efficiently. No more time wasted on paper stacks or megabytes of resumes.
The system automatically selects suitable profiles for each position. It allows users to see whether they fit the necessary criteria and to apply in the same visual way.
As ResumUP founder Eugene Barulin puts it, "In recruiting, we’re still in 1950s. Sure, we use online job boards, text editing software and e-mail instead of newspapers, typewriters and envelopes. But the core document – the resume – remains the same. By matching visual resumes with visual vacancies, we aim to set new standards in online and social recruiting."
Although ResumUP has launched only its beta version to date, pioneer companies have seen the opportunity and are trying the approach out. Among the major firms taking part so far are Facebook, Adidas, Yandex and Ostrovok.ru.
“We are striving to be innovative beyond just food production,” Kraft Foods Rus HR Director Karen Grigorian said. “This hi-tech vacancy visualizing tool could be a great opportunity to attract top talents.”
Try the new experience of the ResumUP innovation in online recruiting!
ResumUP offers cutting-edge online recruiting solutions, bringing together visualization technologies, network recruitment approaches, professional social networks, and job search sites.
With its innovative programming and visualization technologies, ResumUP's solutions radically simplify the user's job-seeking experience. To date, ResumUP has generated over 3 million job-seeker profiles worldwide and is working with HR departments at a number of companies.
Founded in mid-2011, ResumUP has already won recognition at several major competitions, including the Webready contest, the TechCrunch conference and the Pruffi Startup Team contest (December 2011 - January 2012).
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