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At 10:57am on August 6, 2008, JohnWilson said…
Dear Robin,
Very good morning

I am JohnWilson working as Business Development Manager.

I want to touch base with you regarding opportunities/job orders you deal with.
And we deal with all types of positions; contract, contract to hire and direct hire/permenant positions.
Could you please let me know your convient time or else feel free to call/mail me at any time, to discuss vendor agreement

Eagerly looking to do good business with a top notch Staffing firm

Anticipating good relation with you:)

John
John.wilson@catamerica.com
201 255 0319 x 233
At 12:44am on June 21, 2008, Alex Truchot said…
Thank you for accepting my invite. Please let me know if I can be of any assistance.
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At 11:13am on June 9, 2008, Mark McMahan said…
Robin,

I have been doing this for the last 17 years. I got stuck in Florida back in 2002 dealing with 7 different VMS systems. Nobody wins with these systems. Apparently, somebody came up with the business model as an answer to outsourcing jobs. To date most of the people I know around the country have simply stopped working these systems as it is not even feasible anymore. My recommendation for anyone still doing this is to change the model with the times and focus more on the perm side for now. Companies will eventually feel enough pain and go back to the old model. They just haven't had their workforce start retiring yet. Give it about 2-3 years and they will feel the pain. I know that ultimately this does't bring the cash cow in the door. I also know that this model tends to put the brunt of the blame on the recruiting staff. The part that doesn't change is the basics when it comes to really recruiting quality people to real jobs.
At 8:16pm on May 27, 2008, Chris Limboo said…
Hello Robin ,
Welcome to Recruiting Blogs.com
If you would like to connect via LinkedIn.com
Feel free to connect with me here:

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At 1:08pm on May 22, 2008, Prashant Kashi said…
Hi Robin,

I totally understand where you are coming form as for the Ensemble Chimes banruptcy fiasco. I closely work with Kaiser as Tier 1 preferred vendor and heard many folks lost out big money when ECG went belly up.
At 10:09am on May 22, 2008, Bill Vick said…
Hi Robin - I'm glad to see your here and welcome to RecruitingBlogs. I've found it to be a good resource for sharing and learning. Please let me know how I can help you in using it.

I'd like to invite you to join us here at the XtremeRecruiting.tv group.

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Virtual Rainmakers and Virtual Sourcers for Lead Gen.... Ideas & Comments?

Hi - I had a great convo with Craig Silverman [Hireability] about this last week. I'd like to get others' feedback too:



I see many ads for sourcing, virtual recruiting, researchers, etc... I'd love to start a following of Virtual Business Development people and have Sourcers that Research Leads and Clients [companies & decision makers] over and above sourcing new candidates.



How would you build a strong, national, virtual team of business developers / researchers /… Continue

Posted on June 14, 2008 at 3:30pm

Who is Sick and Tired of VMS Systems - What is anyone doing to combat this?

My name is Robin Borough, I am EVP for Omnikron Systems, Inc., in Woodland Hills California. We are a technology staffing firm, 95% of our business is contract and contract to hire; 5% is perm.



Over the years, we've lost many major accounts due to VMS Systems. Starting with Universal and Chimes, Nestle and Chimes, Toyota and 3 different VMS Systems; Kaiser, WellPoint and now our largest client has selected BarTech using Fieldglass as their new VMS partner.



We've gone from… Continue

Posted on May 22, 2008 at 2:54am — 1 Comment

 
 
 

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