to work from home. Experience with recruiting Sales Engineers and IT professionals is a must!
The job will start ASAP. Pay is hourly with no current commission structure.
Anyone interested, please contact Natasha Kazatsker @ Scion Staffing.
415.392.7500 X 157
Thank you kindly!!!!!…
am in NC,Raleigh and only person from NC working from home for that staffing company .. so they told me that intially for couple of months i need to find someone who can give me Dice access for couple for hours per day for which the company will pay that person 200$ per month , it is a small time staffing company.. I do not need post posting .. just access to Dice for couple of hours daily .
Are you the founder of your staffing company in NJ.. Can you help me in any way.. Kindly let me know..
l here.. so let me know if you have questions regarding my service.
The second is my favorite, traditional, pay-to-post job board... Absolutely Healthcare, located at www.healthjobsusa.com. Ken Levinson is the owner and he is one.. if not the largest niche healthcare board on the web. Please, if you contact him, let him know that Jim Canto referred you to the site. He is a friend of mine and I want him to know I'm supporting his business. Please and thank you.
Third is www.medXcentral.com. That is a new online social community for the medical industry. I've put that together. It's new... so membership is limited today. However, as it grows, recruiting will be allowed on the site. I'll send you an invite. Please feel free to promote your company, website and open positions on your page.
Fourth.. and final for this post... Medical Mingle. This is another online community serving the medical arena. You can learn more by clicking HERE.
Hope that helps.
riods of unemployment, are totally unrealistic in their outlook.
Back in the early nineties I was made redundant and spent a desperate four months trying to find work. it was just before Christmas at the height of a recession when I lost my job and the outlook was, to put it mildly, bleak.
I barely managed to survive on the £40 a week the dole very kindly offered me and had sleepless nights fretting about the injustice of it all and worrying about how on earth i was going to get back into a job.
Thankfully, a role did come up eventually, it meant taking a 25% drop in pay, but it got me back into employment.
I will never forget though that one bloke in the office who was seen as a bit of a high flyer almost berated me for daring to have been out of work for a few months during a recession. "I know what i would do if it were me" he piped up "I'd stack shelves or work at a petrol station or anything". Oh yes, of course! How foolish of me not to have thought of that.
The reality was and still is that no supermarket and petrol station is going to take on someone who they know will be out of there like the proverbial shit off a shovel when a more relevant job comes along, but high flyer failed to see that along because he had never known anything other than being in a job and wanting more money and a better car and faster promotion etc.
In short, if someone fits the label Generation R and hasn't been there, it's easy to bemoan their lot and want more, but maybe they should spare a thought for the thousand upon thousand who have lost their livelihood during this recession and maybe thank their lucky stars, stop demanding so much and tell themselves 'there but for the grace of God (or whoever) go I".…
n community... and... I'm trying, very hard, to determine how I will moderate activity. I want to have a plan in place before my community grows beyond my grasp. There is NO easy answer. I KNOW that I will NOT leave it as "anything goes"... which, in all reality... free speech really means. As long as the individual is willing to pay the price for what they say, they should be able to say it. (that's my simple interpretation of free speech). There are too many individuals out there who find happiness in vandalizing a network. Why.. well, any answer would be speculative. But, in my mind... it's a fact that they will... and that fact alone means I must protect myself, and my network, from being vandalized. To me.. that's a simple truth. Note: this is MY truth and I do not insist that anyone reading this "buy off" on what I'm saying. But, if you're curious... please read on....
That brings "rules" into play. Break the "rules"... there's consequences. The concequences are designed to protect the network and it's purpose and are administrated by the moderator. Now, once "rules" are required, someone must decide which rules work and which rules don't. How they make their decisions is up to them. That's the freedom they have. That person, or those people, must then moderate accordingly to maintain the continuity and purpose of their community. And, if they discover that a rule needs to change to maintain the continuity and purpose of their community, well, they then must decide if the change, and the consequences of that change, are in the best interest (in their judgement) of their community. The best part about all of this is that we, as members, are FREE to come and go from any community at will.
Kudos to Ning for leveling the playing field. If anyone thinks they can do a better job than the moderator or moderators of a community they participate in, they can simply start their own and "Become the change" they wish to see... FOR FREE. Then we (members) can come participate in that community (assuming the invitation is open) and determine for ourselves if we like those rules (or lack of rules) better. That's freedom. And, interestingly, it is Ning who decided that the "delete" button was appropriate for all communities... not the community creator.
I found many of John's thoughts (someone who I've never met, spoken to on the phone or exchanged email with) to be of significant value in my quest to decide how I will moderate the community that I have created. I will use the best of what I find and discard that which I think does not fit. And, as the community creator, I must make those decisions because I know that each and every community member is free to leave if they do not like my decisions. That is the power the Internet, and certain software, has given us... like it or not.
Karen.. if I may cautiously address you directly....
I have seen you as a very active person with respect to what you think is right and wrong within a community. I... and I mean "I", not "we", would be very curious to see how YOU would moderate a Ning community. I would be intensely curious to see how your decisions would hold up as your community became of significant population. I make no prediction as to what that reality would look like. If you do have an open community I could join, please advise. I'm a member of many and may have already joined yours (and simply don't remember). I would gladly pay more attention and would do the same as I do everywhere I go; I will look for the best and discard the rest (in my sole discression). I follow no one person or group. And, I certainly don't belong to any clique. I'm simply always on the hunt for solutions and answers.
If you don't already have a Ning community, and don't intend to create one, please consider writing a blog post outlining what you would do and how you would structure and moderate YOUR community. I hope you do not view this as an attack... but as the quest for solutions and answers as it is intended by this author to be. I can't control your perception.
.... done addressing Karen directly.
In closing... I do appreciate the answers I have found within this post and the replies. Thank you all for your contributions. I don't expect to create a "perfect society" in my community. I simply want to try to create the best location I can for members to spend their time... within the confines of the purpose and intent as established by me, the community creator.
Sadly.. this took about over an hour to write. Optimistically, I hope to make further progress towards my stated objective. Time well spent? .... only "time" will tell.
Forgive my spelling errors.. if any. My Google spell checker failed to run... and I'm a very bad speller.
See you all around.
the best search service; kind of like the yellow brick road being the only way to the great and powerful Oz - which in turn was the only way home. We now know the ruby slippers were better than any hot air balloon. Everyone thinks their service is the best, everyone thinks their method is tops. Confidence is key when garnering new clients, as well as retaining old ones.
I met Greg Rokos(founder of GreenJobInterview) at a California-specific human resource conference almost ten years ago. At the time, he was the President of The Rokos Group, another executive search firm in the healthcare space. Following our meeting, he kindly referred a VP of HR to me, she was seeking a Manager of Oncology at a large healthcare district in California's Central Valley. "Difficult-to-Fill?" - you better believe it. The weather was desert-like, the pay was on the low side - but so was the cost of living and due to the geographic limitations, the air quality was extremely poor. We would have to find someone to relocate to the state as no one in California would take the job. Trust me, I called every Oncology Manager in the state three -five times.
This was before the onset of social recruiting. I was kicking it Old School - I can't even write that without smirking. Old School was cold calling. I had an inch-thick search record that listed every hospital in the state. And I had other states, Arizona, Florida, Nevada, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Idaho, and many, many more (all with similar housing proces and climate.) We had promised a field of candidates in four to six weeks. It was thirteen months later when we delivered the right candidate, the one who took the job. She had been found as the result of calling every oncology department in Utah several times. Needless to say, I was tired. Luckily, our client knew it was going to be a difficult search, and we never gave up. But boy, did I want to.
I cringed whenever the Managing Director asked for an update. It physically hurt for me to say "No new candidates." In this case, the power of positive thinking - of which I had plenty - just wasn't enough. Sometimes, tenacity and never-giving-up fills in the gaps. Hard work. Persistence. Resolve and good, old-fashioned elbow grease. By the end of each day, my head really hurt. I can remember one time, my husband said to me, "I wish I could sit around and talk on the phone all day, hard work? Yeah, right." I wanted to punch him in the face. I didn't, but I sure wanted to.
There were no ruby slippers for this one and I would have gladly melted a witch and brought back her stub of a broomstick had I thought it would have yielded a worthy field of candidates. The closest thing I had to clicking heels was a new dial tone every three to five minutes and "Can you transfer me to Oncology?" What did I learn? Never give up. It has served me well over the years. The best lessons are usually the most difficult learned.
* what has the most difficult part of YOUR job…