We know how important the recruiter is important. Their the first step to the interview. We know how important the hiring manager is. They decide who earns the job. But what about the receptionist.…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Linda Ferrante Sep 1, 2016.
Hi All.I wondering if anyone knows what percentage of recruiters use their mobile devices to recruit. Such as post positions, receive resumes from job seekers, or even conduct Skype interviews.…Continue
Tags: Recruiting Tools / Sourcing, Job Seekers
Started this discussion. Last reply by Catherine Hess Apr 20, 2016.
I asked this questions of the LinkedIn community, purposely trying to get a response from staffing and recruiting. Most of the answers are coming from Resume Writers. How do you feel about Summary…Continue
Tags: Resumes, Profiles, Professional, Statements, Summary
Started this discussion. Last reply by Barbara Goldman Jun 15, 2012.
What makes reading a resume enjoyable? Most people hate reading resumes, but there are a few that stand out and don't suck. What say you?Continue
Started Apr 27, 2012
Bob McIntosh has not received any gifts yet
At this point I count roughly 10 posts and a few videos explaining the differences between the old (or for some, current) user interface (UI) and the new and improved one. I hope this isn't the 11th post you've seen on this topic.
Having played with the new UI—no I don’t have it—there are some very nice features and some disappointments. For this…Continue
Posted on June 5, 2017 at 6:44am
It never fails. After my customers land a job, they immediately abandon LinkedIn like it’s the plague. I’m always glad when they land, but beforehand I tell them, “When you get your next job, don’t leave LinkedIn. You may need it in the future.”
I'm afraid my words fall on deaf ears, and I just…Continue
Posted on December 29, 2015 at 8:30am
As a counter argument to Catherine Miklaus' outstanding post, Are Job Hoppers Good for a Company, I offer this post.
I recently told a potential customer (client) that he should stay longer at his current company,…Continue
Posted on September 10, 2015 at 7:16pm — 5 Comments
As a career strategist, I hear grumblings from my workshop attendees about how their interviews with hiring managers are less than pleasant. And what follows the interview can be just as irksome. For those of us who are gainfully employed, it may be difficult to understand candidates' frustration and, at worst, despair.
Hiring managers, don’t take it personally.…Continue
Posted on September 9, 2015 at 11:00am — 2 Comments
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