ath, feet, cat litter, and nappies. Here a test is being performed on a subject who has followed strict protocol for the deodorant efficacy study. Betty Lyons began her career 35 years ago as a subject herself. She then trained for almost a year and is still tested monthly to measure her acuity. Odours are judged on a scale of one to 10, and most odour judges are women: they are able to make finer distinctions, apparently.
here social media communications creates genuine opportunity.
I continue be perplexed by the age old feeling that Recruiters `don't have time` to build relationships. Great recruitment is built on a foundation of the nurturing great relationships, both passive and active, both socially functional and with business intent. The ability to stand out as a `person`, an `integrator` - within any industry, by visibility, sharing and interaction - is where social media options create fantastic distinction for truly effective recruiter.
Great recruitment stems from building upon great communication lines - social media is communications in the most dynamic format. To consider that `wasted time`, is missing the point of social media. …
Added by Steve Ward at 5:23pm on September 29, 2011
10th of November, 1921, and hereafter on the 10th of November of every year. Should the order not be received by the 10th of November, 1921, it will be read upon receipt.
On November 10, 1775, a Corps of Marines was created by a resolution of Continental Congress. Since that date many thousand men have borne the name "Marine". In memory of them it is fitting that we who are Marines should commemorate the birthday of our corps by calling to mind the glories of its long and illustrious history.
The record of our corps is one which will bear comparison with that of the most famous military organizations in the world's history. During 90 of the 146 years of its existence the Marine Corps has been in action against the Nation's foes. From the Battle of Trenton to the Argonne, Marines have won foremost honors in war, and in the long eras of tranquility at home, generation after generation of Marines have grown gray in war in both hemispheres and in every corner of the seven seas, that our country and its citizens might enjoy peace and security.
In every battle and skirmish since the birth of our corps, Marines have acquitted themselves with the greatest distinction, winning new honors on each occasion until the term "Marine" has come to signify all that is highest in military efficiency and soldierly virtue.
This high name of distinction and soldierly repute we who are Marines today have received from those who preceded us in the corps. With it we have also received from them the eternal spirit which has animated our corps from generation to generation and has been the distinguishing mark of the Marines in every age. So long as that spirit continues to flourish Marines will be found equal to every emergency in the future as they have been in the past, and the men of our Nation will regard us as worthy successors to the long line of illustrious men who have served as "Soldiers of the Sea" since the founding of the Corps.
JOHN A. LEJEUNE
Happy Birthday Marines!…
r want to bother with Bountyjobs, so they're not playing. Bountyjobs attracts newer recruiters who don't have as strong a client base. It also is an option for any recruiter to simply browse and see if there's any open reqs that fit with candidates they are working with, if so, they'll send the candidates. So in that regard it's just another potential lead for candidates. There's a big distinction there though, being that these recruiters are not working the reqs....just doing a quick look to see if there's any match for their people.
There's loads of business out there, Bountyjobs isn't going to hurt anyone and could lead to a potential placement for people you don't have anything else for.…
adhunter fee'. You would preserve the professionalism of our industry as executive search consultants if you would please make the distinction.
Anyway, you spent more time referring to the 'hidden talent pool' as I think it is more commonly known and seemed to leave the conversation about recruitment fees a loose end.
Oh, this is what you said:
"...offer a variety of recruitment services that can be tailored as a solution to the unique needs and budget of your clients..."
This sounds pretty jazzy, to what specifically do you suggest as relevant bells and whistles other than providing candidates who are qualified and are subsequently hired by our clients?…
loyer must also cover half of the Medicare withholding from each employee's check.
Additionally, with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act they can be held liable for not counting that worker in their reporting of how many full-time employees they have, if applicable, and can be penalized for not offering health insurance to that worker if they are required to by the law.
Trust me, the distinction is critical. An independent contractor is not an employee, and has every right to request a review from the IRS. It's better to know what you want from your worker and decide what the position should be before you even begin recruiting for it than to have the IRS knocking on your office door later.…
er' between the two.
My failure to comprehend this distinction may stem from my fascination with "Humanistic Studies" from my University years. I'm still trying to figure out what kind of studies aren't "Humanistic", if they were studies conducted by humans.
As far as the cert/test goes, I'm sure I have no need for it. On the other hand, my question is about whether it might be beneficial from a "humanistic" standpoint, and then (possibly) also from a professional standpoint.
On the other other hand, how can we know what we need, if we don't know what the thing we might need is?