n a member for a few years now and it's a great resource for ongoing training. They have a whole rookie module section, with a module on each aspect of recruiting, with videos, scripts, articles, etc. Each month they add new content, including videos on specific recruiting topics and an interview with a big biller to learn how they work. It's an ongoing monthly subscription, runs about $99 a month.
he subscription. In addition, we organize monthly webinars which cover the latest features. In a nutshell, Jobmagic is the all-in-one social recruiting platform which covers all social networks (FB, T, LI and 300+ others), enables recruiting at all levels from corporate to recruiter and employee, and powers all recruiting approaches from referral hiring and automated publishing to talent networks. I will try to answer any specific questions here or feel free to contact me directly via FB/LI or email.…
I have a bunch of resumes in gmail, and still stuffed in an old ATS that I need to migrate from, and I want to keep and search my own set of accumulated resumes without a stiff monthly subscription. Should I break it out for this purpose?
I am surprised nobody commented on your post - let me know if it is still your solution of choice.
able to measure the candidates, the entire recruiting process will be more efficient as recruiters/managers will not need to spend time with all candidates. This is why I built Skillmeter (https://skillmeter.com) as a employment testing platform that allows recruiters create their *own* custom test that fits best with the position & company. To make Skillmeter even more attractive for recruiters we do not charge per tests by a monthly (low) subscription which does not add almost any extra costs to your recruiting costs.…
to: 1) determine your needs, 2) research products and match them to your needs and 3) to get a free trial of the product.
A few ATS products such as ApplicantStack offer a free 30-day trial, http://www.applicantstack.com/tryit. This is a great, low risk way to learn about the capabilities and usability of a product. If you like it, it is easy to sign-up for a low monthly subscription. If you don't like it, you've learned a lot about what you like and don't like and you will be better prepared in your decision-making.…
qualified individuals giving their point of views regarding different topics throughout the year as well as topics of general interest not fitting into a specific profile. As a participant in this group, you may fit to become a contributor.
The first specific topic we will cover in September this year will be American cars and American car industry presenting 30-40 individual's point-of-views in articles that are sold on a pay per read basis or a subscription basis. Questions that will be covered can be: What went wrong (if you think it did), and how to change it (if that is necessary)?
The upcoming monthly topics we will deal with is business models, business behavior, profiles etc.
As you may understand, this may bring about income, but observe that r|o will not pay in advance. We are using two business models for revenues being split between the contributors and the channel r|o: (1) based on a dividing of the profits per click (when it comes to subscribers) very much like metacafe.com, but here 60% of the subscription revenues will be divided between the click receivers each month based on the share of clicks that specific month. Or (2) a dividing of the profits of the pay-per-read, where 75% of the profit will go back to the individual writer.
Currently we have psychologists, philosophers, risk consultants, organization consultants, to mention a few, as contributors, and we would like also to include you. Would you be interested in becoming a contributer based on these premises? If so, feel free to email me at email@example.com with suggestion for an article to submit so we can start a dialog.
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working with candidates and clients and closing, I'd recommend www.nextlevelexchange.com I've been a member for a few years now and it's a great resource for ongoing training. They have a whole rookie module section, with a module on each aspect of recruiting, with videos, scripts, articles, etc. Each month they add new content, including videos on specific recruiting topics and an interview with a big biller to learn how they work. It's an ongoing monthly subscription, runs about $99 a month.