a great job, and fills most of the openings. They should. It is more cost effective for the corporation.
My suggestion is to specialize in impossible to fill positions. Your candidates will sell themselves.…
und the demand for producing results vs. activity make it impossible to fulfill. Impossible? Maybe not for your employment situation, but for those of you that are projecting your circumstance as the only one - it is not. And with that as my very final contribution to this thread, I gots to gets back to work!! :-)…
ing for relevance in the market place usually only receiving the impossible or next to impossible jobs to fill meaning a battle to generate enough income to sustain one's business and family.The author and I clearly live on parallel universes.
ly LinkedIn has:
Made the "bulk accept" feature nearly impossible to find (We'll let you in on where it is)
Made it impossible to see your group member emails
Made it impossible to export your group members for communication other than once/weekly
Someone said (at that link) that LI is getting set to change the ability to see 100 profiles down to 60 as of 4/23
There are other bad things too, according to a tweet I saw on Twitter from Irina (braingain) Have you experienced them and what are they?
WHAT IS THE FUTUIRE OF LINKEDIN?
All that will be the subject of the newly reinstated MagicTalk at the MagicMethod community site. Come to class, usual time, noon EST on TH Match 26 for the fireworks! Click into the new "TinyChat" box at the top of the main page, insert your name and let's get chattin' about all this.
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to, and won't, pay me a fee for candidates they can directly find. I'm here to provide the next to impossible or impossible invisible candidates they can't access. They don't want me beating them by a day on someone they'd have had, and certainly not someone they already have.
Technology makes it near impossible for me to help the unemployed. When we had healthy "Help Wanted" Sunday newspaper sections from 1980-1998, not much of a problem. Last 14 years--a progressively huge problem up to the present.
My clients all have savvy technological Internal Recruiters. I don't know how a business remains alive in this challenging economy without them, as their competition has them. And companies hire the number of contract internal recruiters they need, letting them go when no longer needed.