on for the candidates to complete, talk more about each position, open the session for Q&A and have an absolute way to weed out candidates that don't qualify on a massive scale.
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m Online Recruitment Conference & Expo 2009, to be held at the Donald E Stephens Convention Center, in Chicago, on November 3 & 4, 2009. Onrec.com EXPO 2009 is widely regarded as the “must attend” online recruitment event of 2009.
Onrec.com is the world’s leading information resource for Human Resource professionals and recruiters using the Internet to recruit. Onrec.com EXPO 2009 is the only global gathering of online recruiting leaders and game-changing technologies. For more information about Onrec.com EXPO 2009 visit: http://www.onrec.com/conferences/031109/default.html
Running off of last year’s success, Onrec.com EXPO 2009 will bring together delegates and exhibitors involved in online recruitment from around the world to share their common interests, provide a business driven networking environment and stimulate discussion, debate, and beneficial partnerships.
Jennifer’s experience in the world of recruiting will provide a great opportunity to those who attend Onrec EXPO 2009, in which she will be among over 40 expert speakers in attendance.
Experiential Education 2009 and Beyond: Benchmarks & Trends
Recruiters as well as career services professionals have identified experiential education as one of the most important issues facing the field now and in the future. Join Jennifer Rutt, NACElink director from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), and review the latest benchmarks and trends in experiential education. Based on results of NACE's 2009 Experiential Education Survey, this workshop looks at key metrics--conversion and retention rates, salaries, and more—and examines where experiential education has been, and where it's going. We will also examine the effects of the current economic climate on college recruiting.
Jennifer is the NACElink Director at the National Association of College and Employers. Jennifer has been involved with NACElink, the national recruiting network and suite of web based recruiting and career services automation tools, since its release in 2002. NACElink began with nearly 25 pilot schools, and today has grown to include more than 900 college and university career centers. Jennifer continues to be highly engaged in critical aspects of NACElink operations including: product development, sales and marketing, customer service, partner relationships and contracting. She is a member of the NACElink Operations Team, NACElink Strategic Planning Team, NACElink Program Planning Team and the NACE Global Initiatives Committee. Prior to working with NACE, Jennifer coordinated and brokered creative endeavors for independent artists with corporations in need of artistic services for an organization called Creative Assets.
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re not working.
- I have seen local resume writers I know and are well respected charging $150 - $250. For some that is reasonable depending on their income, ability to put something together and time they have to do it.
- The problem (my opinion) is that rates for some resume writers has gone up with the demand. I am seeing $300 - $700 frequently and then the "high end" charging $1,000 or more. And then there are those jumping with no experience seeing revenue potentials.
- I am seeing "job coaches" charging $500 - $1,000 for 3 hours. Some will give hiring manager, recruiter, exective names as a bonus. (I would argue they could get that with free with a little Google education)
- I am seeing LinkedIn presentations (how to use it) from $150 - $400 per person for a 2-4 hour session that may include a "professional" doing the profile.
Some are getting desperate and others are not realizing there are good templates to use for free.
I think the problem is many folks are taking advantage of the situation. Providing a reasonable service at a reasonable price is fair. But gouging, that's just wrong.
After doing my job search presentations going back to the last recession I have been frequently asked to do job coaching. It feels awkward to charge someone. So I do the presentations and am able to answer about 80% of the questions/issues job seekers are having.
I did start doing them online with the third this week. I do have a skeleton of a web site up, http://www.beyourownheadhunter.com with the idea of giving people as much information as possible.
Saves me time as I am getting many calls per week from folks seeking help. I can handle them plus anyone else interested in 1 60-75 minute session.
I do have three more presentations in the works for a total of four. Three will be free. A 60-90 minute LinkedIn will be $20 but if attendees are not able to pay, their call, then I will waive it.
These are tough times and I am tired of hearing the stories and I am tired of them getting worse.…