ctiveness. If Jeremy wants to reach out to me, I'll be certain to take the call; if you get VM, please leave a message - unlike the call from 10 days ago.
There are significant issues with the BountyJobs model; why wouldn't you or someone from the company want to reach out to the community and find ways to make a good idea better?…
t measurement systems in place to prove the effectiveness of your recruiting department.
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There's always some factors we haven't figured on that reduce effectiveness (rarely do these gremlins seem to INCREASE effectiveness). But with claims of 10x or 100x traffic it's hard to pass up.
I'm not one to fall for hype. The theory is very solid. I wouldn't have posted this original thing in my fave Ning(s) except that I believe it will work. And I really like the RELEVANCY aspect. This means the traffic is very highly qualified. Doesn't get better than clicking your actual blog post title!
That said... if it doesn't, it's only a 5 minute investment that costs you nothing....
and IF IT DOES, you will be glad you jumped on it A.S.A.P. because it's the initial traffic rush of people copying YOUR widget that creates the potentially exponential growth, and that will taper off over time. So I'd say install it, email your list of friends to tell them to checkout your blog and click your BlogRush widget to get one of their own, then cross your fingers, manifest your powerful intentions, pray, or whatever it is you like to do!
To OUR mutual success!
p.s. if it works like we believe, thank ME!
...and if it doesn't, blame it on John Reese the internet marketing mega guru who created it. I think his ego is getting a bit too big anyway!…
etc. If I fill a job, it could be from any number of sources and processes. I guess the "worth it" question would have to be determined by each person - if I spent $5,00.00 per year on job ads and fill one position with a $20,000.00 fee I would deem it worth it. (That was just an anecdotal example!)
ou are absolutely right that the compete data is imperfect, my view is that it understated the level of change in the industry.
It's really important that we all (in the community here and in the industry in general) learn about the ins and outs of traffic and its consequences. As more and more of the recruiting function comes online, there will be more and more of this sort of quantification. Even somewhat inaccurate numbers can be a useful way to judge progress and effectiveness.…
w long they stay at work, for most of them this is true and I’m happy with this setting but some of them they are not performing effectively as others, so it is easier for me to set one rule and to have fixed working hours. Anyway, this may vary according to the type of work, if you can measure the effectiveness of each employee then flexible working hours might work fine.…