ding, find the candidate of choice, put them in my trunk, drive to my client, open the trunk again and say "here is your new employer"!.
Moreover, I have yet to succeed at placing anyone who lacked a compelling reason to leave their current employer/my source company.
I do no harm. I am an agent of facilitation for others to exercise their, God-Given, free will and improve their life, career and family's lifestyle. We, as recruiters, have always been the essential element whose services availed the most deserving employers of the best talent. From that, great companies produce competitive results, wealth and opportunities.
I feel blessed indeed to be a free agent of commerce in a democratic country whose employers have created some of the best advancements in human history. But like Dennis Miller, "I could be wrong."... not!…
r all internal chatter form your mind and focus on the oneness and perfection that is our universe.
Focus on asking this question; How can I be of service today? How can I do GOD's work today?
Repeat it until it becomes a mind mantra. What you will find is that eventually, the world (GOD) will listen and give you the opportunity to be of service.
Now you have the mental capacity to reach out to anyone, anytime, anywhere and be able to see clearly how you are capable of helping them. You instantly stop making it about yourself and make it about others.
This is not only the secret to a fulfilled and happy lifestyle, it also applies to all relationships in your life.
God bless all the recruiters out there and I hope my message reaches all needy ears with peace and love.
Superb Tech Inc…
nerate a lot of disparate responses. Start by inventorying your resources (your skill set, your contacts, your natural passion/interests) and that will begin to answer the question for you. You've already said that you're not afraid to start fresh so extending from that, be prepared to adapt and roll as you get started down a particular path. There was recently a thread you may have read about specialists vs generalists, and some great perspectives were given for each side. You also seem to be bringing the proper sales mentality so that will help you a lot.
Dave, I tried the links in your profile and came up dry. May want to re-check the formatting of those. Nice job on your first post and welcome. --Chris…
freeze and yet credit is still frozen. In the U.S., banks are being told to lend AND to increase their reserves. Why?
CREDIT CARD DEBT....This issue is hardly discussed right now. The American media is too busy fretting over a 4.9 percent decline in holiday sales. As people lose their jobs, they struggle to pay bills. Unemployment insurance hardly covers a $100K (US) lifestyle. I am worried about a wave of credit card defaults that could drive down more banks. The U.S. Federal Reserve has used all their ammo to jump start the economy. Will President-Elect Obama's stimulus plan work? No one knows. And on that point is from whence my angst originates....
I have been accused of being a cynic on the current state of the U.S. economy. Not true. I am an optimist that has not arrived, to quote Mark Twain, I believe.
I hope President-Elect Obama can walk on water….…
ine has criticised the UK for failing to support the self-employed.
The latest labour market statistics show there was a four per cent annual dip in self-employment in the UK, with further figures from Foreign Direct Currency revealing that nearly a quarter of business owners are considering leaving the country.
Commenting on the data, Rhiannon Davies, co-founder of Shelter Offshore, stated that "people are right in thinking that they can have a better chance of success if they take their business abroad or start a new business overseas".
"The UK restricts self-employed individuals on so many levels – such as with excessive taxation – the self-employed pay Class 4 National Insurance contributions, for example, which is effectively a tax on tax," she explained.
Ms Davies also attacked banks for their reluctance to lend to small businesses in the country.…
for a wave of defaults on credit card debt in early 2009, and they are vying with each other to get paid first. Besides, the sooner people get their financial houses in order, the sooner they can start borrowing again." More here.
CREDIT CARD DEBT....This issue is hardly discussed right now. The American media is too busy fretting over a 4.9 percent decline in holiday sales. As people lose their jobs, they struggle to pay bills. Unemployment insurance hardly covers a $100K (US) lifestyle. I am worried about a wave of credit card defaults that could drive down more banks. The U.S. Federal Reserve has used all their ammo to jump start the economy.