o set up a recruitment agency.
Chris Huhne, secretary of state for energy and climate change, has described the initiative as a "revolution" that will not only benefit the environment, but the job market as well.
In a speech to the Liberal Democrat Autumn Conference, the secretary described the Green Deal as something that will create "a whole new industry".
Areas across the whole of the country are expected to benefit from the project, which Mr Huhne hopes will "help offset the drag anchor of the budget squeeze".
Outsourcing back office solutions may free up more time for recruitment agencies to prepare for the needs of this new employment sector.
Yesterday (September 21st), the Trades Union Congress voiced concerns that spending cuts in the north-west could further the area's unemployment woes.…
als that manage both sides of the business are a diamond in this business. Therefore, in saying that, you should be able to discuss better commission numbers than the original offer. This will offset the lower salary, showing you have "skin in the game" however when producing expect a larger piece of the pie. Any seasoned manager will appreciate the perspective and you can squeeze some more money.
Jennifer LaVigne said:Thanks a lot Jason- it will be a full desk one so that is a great thing. I apprecaite your two cents worth.This site is really great! I am learning a lot and get to pick the brains of really seasoned and intelligent people =)
repetition is the mother of learning!"
I recommend conferences like NAPS or Fordyce, I recommend reinvesting in themselves with some of the great trainers you mention above. Then, I constantly hear "I just don't have the time". I coach them that they CHOOSE not to have the time. They CHOOSE watching TV or sleeping until the time they need to get ready for work.
You only need 30 or 45 minutes a day for 3 or 4 days per week as dedicated learning time. Watch a DVD, listen to a CD, read a NON-fiction book... mix it up! Over 10 years ago when being a parent put a "squeeze" on my self development time, I set my alarm for 1 hour earlier a few days a week. Magically, I "created" time!…
llenging times, few companies are finding incremental recruiting budget to work with as we head into 2009, despite continued hiring pressures. Many are being forced to cut back. On the other end job boards are pushing their prices up and selling broadly and aggressively in your companies.
Join Jobs2Web, guests Ric Klinger, Manager, Talent Acquisition, at BearingPoint and Julie Leith-Ross, Program Manager, Talent Acquisition, at Providence Health and Services and hear how they successfully broke from the deadly job board embrace, significantly reengineered their approach to sourcing and recruiting and are continuing to evolve next year. This event will be a great opportunity to learn from these innovative recruitment leaders and apply their ideas to meeting your 2009 recruiting challenges head on.
Noon-1 Central Time on 13 November…
l-business owners polled in the past few weeks said they are not able to get the financing they need to run their firms, according to a study Wednesday from the National Small Business Association. That's up from a third in December 2008.
A report from the Service Employees International Union, also out Wednesday, says SBA lending by major banks has significantly dried up. Bank of America, for instance, made a mere $10 million in 7(a) loans for the first seven months of fiscal year 2009. For the past two full years, it made $102 million and $336 million in 7(a) loans, according to the SEIU.
ld I feel inclined to continue trying to squeeze something out of the Social Recruiting world? No. Not unless I have no need for cash flow.
Is it an emerging platform? Well I guess it is. Can someone in my position afford to stake my claim early and await the arrival of my desired candidate pool? Perhaps spending months/years in the "early adopter" role? No way.
Funny how the question seems to be "Can anyone show me a result or two from Social Recruiting?" - as if somehow putting a few hires together would justify this entire charade? (Pronouced "sha - 'rod" for those of you in the UK)
What I find interesting is how the discussion isn't "how much better" Social Recruiting is. It's "does it even work?" Anyone whose livelihood depends on sending an invoice from time to time is most likely NOT putting much emphasis on the SM Strategy.
or a client who tries to squeeze you on the rate or a third party firm you are subcontracting a candidate from who sends their consultant to another firm because they got $2/hr more you either have integrity or you don't
Ashley, if your candidate never got back to you after a few days then you already have your answer. They are not worth adding to your list of candidate that you wish to track or build a relationship with.
I always find it amazing that many people complain that recruiter are not to be trusted and we only have our best interest at heart so they don't feel that they have to treat them with respect.
It took me a while to look at these event without getting upset so that I can focus my attention of the candidate who wish to establish a relationship rather than case candidates who are just looking for a job.