ready tucked inside their ever increasingly powerful ATSs but you will run a huge flag up your own poles declaring your independence. Try it. You might like it. And if you don't like the actual challenge of phone sourcing find someone who does!
sitions to strengthen their position. Whoever makes the move will be declaring they are in the space and hopefully THEY will invest in innovation and strategic acquisitions.
Here's a weird one to put on the list: AOL. They recently have invested a few things in the job/career space, even though they market it very poorly (from the corporate and UI level).…
Added by Jason Alba at 9:59am on September 13, 2012
easingly powerful ATSs but you will run a huge flag up your own poles declaring your independence. Try it. You might like it. And if you don't like the actual challenge of phone sourcing find someone who does!
Looking for information on phone sourcing? Read through the T and TH Phone Sourcing Classroom Chats over on the MagicMethod network. They’re listed in the Blog Posts section and are identifiable by the yellow talk bubble that says “MagicTalk”.…
"influencing" lawmakers. There is a difference between the two.
"Those who have adapted have harmed the interest of the rest of "us" " - really...as they continually hold the door wide open to whomever wants to adapt to the conditions of hard work, work smart, opportunity chasing success? Me thinks you've been drinking the office cool-aid too much Keith to be placing blame so squarely on some people's shoulders.
The war on poverty and social mobility will not be won by declaring war on those who have adapted, prospered and achieved success. A new way must be found......responsibility for our personal situation must START with an honest look in the mirror. And appreciation for all we have...including the wide open door in the distance....…
ials by declaring that they're not crazy feminists. I know you're not crazy but you are a feminist and I am too. Why not?
2. Penelope didn't say that you should sleep with your co-workers. She just said that you shouldn't avoid them as romantic partners. And, there's pros and cons on both sides of that story. For one thing, if you marry someone in your business, you'll have more to talk about than most couples.
3. She didn't say that you should giggle about ass pinchers either. She said don't expect the powers that be to support sexual harrassment complaints in a way that will serve you. if you can't put the guy in his place with a direct conversation, you're better off leaving. I think she's wrong but it's not a stupid argument to make.
4. Showing some skin? That's worded to be provocative. I don't read it as a licence to show off your wares. I take it to mean women don't have to worry about being feminine. I mean, look at the example she gives: Hilary Clinton
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o joined the site at the time to add a positive comment to the post Rick put up but not this time.
I have been rather quietly doing free online job presentations the past month as an extension of what I am doing locally. I have been doing job search presentations for free for 7 years. FREE!!! Why? Because it only takes 6-90 minutes of my time to help groups of 20-200 learn how to do an effective job search.
I already was working on a tutorial on how to find contact names and email addresses. I guess I better hurry up and get it done.
Later today the writer of the article is going to get an email from me, should be interesting.
Disclaimer, of the 4 presentations I am doing at some one point will have a a fee, likely the LinkedIn for $25, to cover the costs of what I have been doing. Much, much less than the $50-$150 going rate I am seeing. And I guess all I need to do is teach someone how to find 3 names/email addresses and attendees will come out ahead on the transaction.…
ly I dispel those prejudices the end result is that Corporate Recruiters get shuffled around and I have to start all over again. In principle that's not in itself a big problem because I naturally behave ethically, openly, and respectfully with all clients - it's not a facade I have to keep up, but while that new Corporate Recruiter contact "gets comfortable with me" they get paid either way every two weeks.
In that same time I'm trying to earn a living at what feels like the whim of a Corporate Recruiter. Human Resources Professionals, Hiring Managers, and Corporate Recruiters all hold power positions in their respective relationships with TPRs but all wield that power differently.
In your excellent post you enumerate the perceived failings of the Agency Recruiters you encounter but, perhaps unwittingly, justify their behavior in the broader market almost point-by-point. Rather than decrying TPRs' behaviors you are declaring them unnecessary because you're not like other Corporate Recruiters.
With that in mind you're the client that I dream about but almost never encounter. And it's precisely because I never get to work with people like you, but believe I could be a person like you, that I often daydream about a transition out of Agency.
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