I work for Hire Opportunities Career Fairs and noticed you are in Irving. I am hosting a career fair in Irving in December and wanted to invite you to recruit at that event. You can go to www.hireopportunities.net for more information and you can also use coupon code 40off for $40 off the registrations fee.
My name is Moneik McDonald and I am a Corporate Recruiter with Beeline. We provide HR consulting services and specialize in recruiting solutions for Fortune 500 companies. Our main service offering is on-site full-lifecycle recruiting support. I came across your profile and believe your background and experience could assist me in my networking efforts. We are currently expanding our market and are getting ready to open a new office in the Dallas and Chicago area.
I would welcome the opportunity to speak with you in more detail. Also, if you know of anyone who might be interested, feel free to pass my information along.
Please contact me at the number listed below. I look forward to speaking with you soon.
RecruitingBlogs.com is sponsoring a recruiters networking party next week, March 6th, at Cape Buffalo in Addison @ 6pm! I hope you'll join us. Jason (Slouch) is flying in from Canada and paying for all the food|drinks, so you should join us!
We're just going to network - talk - have fun! Oh yeah, and then there's the food/drink part : )
We hope you will join us! Amanda is keeping track of headcount so Jason will know how much cash he needs to fly in (hah)...so if you can make it, please email Amanda at email@example.com. She'll reply with an invite so you can get on her official headcount list.
Last thing - promise.....feel free to invite some folks from work.
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Yes Exalead is a french run operation that set out to kill Google in 2004. While they have obviously not accomplished that - they do have a good search engine. They do a nice job of parsing results so if you search for "java developer ecommerce" and look to the right side of the page you can sort the people from the extraneous results (sort of like in Accoona). We have added Exalead to our search engine list and will make it searchable.
I think there will always be an endless stream of search engines with great features. My goal is to create a single interface that searches all of them. The next important thing will be to aggregate ALL of the results, remove duplicates and present them to the sourcer.
Here's a question for you sourcers: If you had an engine that would crawl ALL search engines for a specific job search, aggregate the results and remove duplicates, but it took 5 minutes to first surface your results - would you use it?
Hey Dave- have you heard about this new semantic search tool?
Exalead is proud to present the first semantic search service that lets people find, organize, share and enhance content online. Along with the introduction of the new BAAGZ search service, Exalead launches a special by-invitation-only beta session.
And there's yet another one, although results for me were a tad sketchy: http://cognitionsearch.com/