bs down all the tiny chimneys of all the children in the world even if they don't have a chimney, all in one night to make them happy with presents his elves made.
I sometimes pretend I'm someone else to get access to my candidates to get them a position of more wealth that will improve their lifestyle and buy their children the very presents that supports your ruse about the big fat man dressed in Red.
I did tell my children the same story about Santa of course.
If anyone does use a ruse, they don't ever lie to the candidate because there is no need.
This is a mountain out of a mole hill and very hypocritical really and nothing to do with religion as per the original question.…
s long as its hiring than unemployment and/or no employment. I work at a not-for-profit so traditionally we've never been able to complete salary/benefits of the Big 3. Now, these candidates are more than willing to accept our modest salaries.
A few of our recruiters are hesitant to take these candidates that are willing to accept large salary decreases. The recruiters fear is that as the economy turns around these employees will be the first to leave, or that as soon as they accept the position they'll be shopping for a better paying opportunity. Others on the team feel that people are just coming to terms with the reality of the job market in Detroit.
I cannot imagine the pressure on these parents where one or both of the providers suffer a huge loss of income and then struggle to maintain a healthy happy lifestyle for their children.…
idered unprofessional to reveal very much about your personal tastes, politics, or lifestyle outside of the working environment; for very good reason.
Human beings function on one basic simple, immutable, universal law: in-group amity and out-group emnity.
Simply put; we like, help, and support those people who we perceive to be among our tribe, and we hate, damage, and seek to destroy those people who we perceive to be outside of our tribe.
Providing too much information about yourself to people who do not know you well provides ample opportunity for them to determine that you are not of their tribe, with predictable results.
That's my philosophy anyway.....…
Will there ever be a one stop shop for everything? Why didn't Myspace of Friends Reunited (which was huge in the UK) take off as recruitment vehicles? Maybe the same reason why high circulation lifestyle magazines never took off as recruitment vehicles. People didn't go there to look for/talk about jobs. Just a theory, but old habits die hard and as long as there are niche job boards, industry career portals and online media options I see a mass migration to Facebook for all your career needs as unlikely. To me, if it was anything like the norm there wouldn't be people standing up and telling their success story of using social media for recruitment whilst delegates listened in awe and wonder.…
expect to hear some warnings.
5. Consider linking the final price to customer retention.
6. Get the seller to stick around, too.
7. Do your own research on the business's valuation.
More on all these by Joseph Anthony, a tax professional in Portland, Ore., who writes about finance and tax issues affecting small businesses here.…
ing. Living on the beach, care free. No, but seriously, and as goofy as this sounds, I love being a recruiter.
I sold houses for a while for a homebuilder in Austin and made a ton of money but worked 365 days a year. I hated it. Since I had money in the bank, I went to work at a call center called Rainmaker and worked with some pretty cool people. I put my 8 hours in and then when I left, I was single and enjoyed life. Had plenty of time off and goofed off and had a ball. Funny thing about that story is that when I eventually left because I made NO money, 3 years later I came back and was their recruiter. …
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rets, raccoons and even the rare bear or mountain-lion.
This news story about the fast-paced lifestyle in my hypermodern community amused me, especially as a recruiter, since I fancy that perhaps one day my skills in recruiting will enable me to enjoy an even finer career as a goatherd or shepherd.