e to pay? I mean, I made 3 posts yesterday! How could you do me like that, man???"
Quasi-JD: "Well, we have 10k members, so if you share some insights in your posts and videos, that helps you develop some business, right?"
Mr. Want-to-Advertise-For-Free: "Yeah, well . .. that's true, but I should be able to advertise for free, anyway."
Quasi-JD: "Are your classes free for network members? Or do you make free placements for your clients? I want you to be successful, we don't live in Free-Land."
Mr. Want-to-Advertise-For-Free: "I see how it is. I don't want to be your friend, anymore."
Quasi-JD: [thinks to himself that Biggie was right, "Mo Money, Mo Problems""
Animal, Diddy knows best: "More money, more problems - it's just the way it is."…
worked for them, great, but I'm only used if advertising hasn't worked. Why would I advertise? Active candidates are easy. And, waste my time. Everyone has them.
I say, post until you drop, and so what if the jobs are duplicated? I check the ads rarely because I also don't waste my time playing the "where's the job" guessing game when noticing competitors ads.
I'm paid to find the people who are employed, and not looking for a job. My candidates are also very hard to find.
It is very interesting to me how things have changed with the internet. Job boards, social networking, etc. It's all just advertising. Same thing as 20 years ago. It is advertising a job posting. Companies have more places to advertise. And, the reach is greater. But, think about this: Do we really need to reach candidates who live further than 50 miles away from the job? Advertising nationally, might seem great now, because the same exposure used to cost a thousand times (or greater) more money. But, unless the job is high level, hiring and recruiting is a local.…
n and visualize the nightmare). You may even climb those four flights of stairs to find your beloved bathtub...in the kitchen! I suppose that you could advertise that as culinary ambiance.
I had a friend that had one of those apartments. The front door had a long black bar as a security device. There was an impression in the door in which the top of the pipe rested. The pipe stood at an angle against the door and the bottom was secured by a raised wedge of wood that sat up in the floor. By day, the bathtub doubled as a table whose top was removed for bathing. I always wondered if he ever tripped over that block of wood in the night? Ouch! - Perhaps the lady could advertise the bathroom as a bedroom with good acoustics? Singers love that.…
Human resources (HR) vacancies in the UK increased by 4.22 per cent during April 2010, negating the 10.95 per cent fall in advertised roles that was seen during the previous month, the index showed.
By comparison, the average taken from the IT, accountancy, marketing and HR sectors stood at 4.28 per cent, an indication that things are improving, according to John Lynes, director at the Ashdown Group.
He explained that the general jobs market "has been strengthening through 2010 and the HR function has played a pivotal role in supporting this growth" as budgets are freed up.
According to recent data published by international recruiter Manpower, nearly one third of employers (31 per cent) are reporting difficulties when it comes to filling key positions within their organisations.
Candidates for skilled trades, sales representatives, technicians and engineers continue to be difficult to find.…