sometimes the company would rather have a truly junior person who can grow with the company.
It's tough right now because companies have so many options that they often get more narrow in their thinking because they have such a selection of candidates, rather than thinking out of the box.
Claudia Faust said:Love that, Sandra!Sandra McCartt said:Lead in on this kind of candidate. "How would you feel about a Cadillac for the price of Ford?"
mployPrep software. Unfortunately a proper demo would have to be via web meeting (webex)/phone, which i don't mind providing. This gives us an opportunity to show how the software works from a company point of view and what their candidates would see from the website. How would I be able to get the message out that we can provide demos? We do have a request form on our site. This is new and one of a kind, so trying to build awareness. Staffing companies can also gain some information and see a quick information video or take a tour via our website at www.employprep.com
Thanks again for the response.
Slouch said:Hi Moshin. Maybe you want to let a few people here demo your software. Not sure if you will have any takers but perhaps you will. let me know Thanks
peak with, then promote those ancillary skills to your clients by connecting them to the cross-functional and cross-departmental value that your candidate can bring to the company. With more companies doing more with less, a candidate's ability to engage in the workplace beyond their primary job description should go a long way.
n the past I have recommended similar services and have since stopped.
Michael Johnson said:Once I find the general format for a company's email I go to Mail Tester and put in the person's email address. For example, I may go to LinkedIN and look for someone at the company that has published their email address on their LI profile - ex. firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can go to Google groups and do they same thing. Assuming that's the format for the company's email addresses I can then go to Mail Tester to see if it works for the one's I'm looking for. Mike
on strategy (yes, assuming somewhere there knows about bringing new things to market).
I suspect that if you can demonstrate that companies who invest in Broadlook also have in common things such as a diversified product strategy or a highly targeted sole product focus, a CFO who has implemented a 360 degree financial communications program and a CEO who blogs, you can make a broader claim.
Donato Diorio said:Point well taken. What I am seeing from observation is that the companies that took the time to review Broadlook in the early days are doing well. Is is 100% from Broadlook? No. However, these same companies are always looking to improve processes...and it is part of their attitude or "corporate DNA". I didn't mean to wag the dog here. I guess, more accurately, I can state that long term clients of Broadlook tend to be innovators and innovators are still finding ways to succeed.
Steve Levy said:DD- This is some statement but it falls into the "burn her she's a witch" category. As much as I appreciate Broadlook's support of RBC, making grandiose statements without supporting data is simply sales. Specific sectors do well during downturns; specific business models too (always look at the balance sheet).
Since we're all part of a performance based function, how can you say this without showing us data?
Donato Diorio said:The top companies that are multi-year clients of Broadlook have something in common. They are doing well in the down turn.
s bought a pack of gum as well]. The fee was ~ $40k with 9 follow on projects. The target company went belly up about 15 months later and my client went to ~$100 million then sold to a larger US company.
David Perry said:Slouch said:David, did you make the money back in food sales? I need to know?
ou can incorporate a blog on your website it can be really beneficial. My company launched a website for one of our branches that incorporated a blog from its staff members. It was successful before the company gave up the website. It is still active, feel free to check it out at http://procomottawa.com/.
Just a thought!