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Started this discussion. Last reply by Irina Shamaeva Sep 25, 2008.

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Started Apr 27, 2007

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Winds of change

I ran across an article that was written a while ago but it caught my attention nonetheless. The article was titled “The Dirty Dozen Dangerous Online Job Search Assumptions” and it can be found on It is riddled with comments about the job boards’ inability to ensure that the companies that advertise thru them are real or that the job positions for that matter are real.

The article went on to recommend the use of an identity suppressed or cyber-safe resume. As I was… Continue

Posted on August 21, 2008 at 10:24am

A Recruiter's Personals AD

The more I think about it the more I come to the conclusion that we need to return to the basics. I was involved in a discussion today about the need for recruiters to learn to create better job postings. There is still a lot of what we used to call spaghetti recruiting out there. For those of you not old enough to have heard that expression spaghetti recruiting is the methodology of throwing enough resumes at a hiring manager thinking one of them simply has got to stick!

As I… Continue

Posted on August 15, 2008 at 8:00am

Sourcing is like attending a garage sale

The more I think about this the more it makes sense to me. Everything you need to know about sourcing you can learn by attending a garage sale!! Call it what you will; maybe it is the thrill of the hunt, the thrill of finding hidden treasure, or maybe even the thrill of beating the system. (You know, getting good stuff for a fraction of its value!) If you ever attended one you’ll… Continue

Posted on August 14, 2008 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

Search Engine - Ease of use

When you ask a group of recruiters about which search engine they prefer you are likely to get many and diverse response starting from AltaVista, Google, Yahoo, live, etc… You also might hear people say "I used to prefer (fill in the name,)" but changed to yahoo or Google or live because it was better. And the one thing that you will soon realize is that everyone’s definition of better varies as well. Since search engines are free and user can go from one search engine to another search engines… Continue

Posted on August 13, 2008 at 12:31pm

How do I match the Right Tool to the right job?

Searches don’t happen real-time, they take place in databases, within search engines and under a host of algorithms. Some search engines are free of human intervention while others are a selection of hand picked links. Within search engines, some searches are guided by keywords, some are natural language driven, and yet others are advance intelligence systems.

Search engines, directories, and other search… Continue

Posted on August 12, 2008 at 3:51pm — 1 Comment

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At 5:30pm on September 7, 2010, Kevin Vaughn said…
Hi, my name is Kevin and I am the operations manager for a healthcare recruiting firm in Los Angeles, CA. I’m reaching out to you because you indicated on your profile that you were in healthcare staffing and possibly open to doing some splits. We have a lot of open job orders and offer a 50/50 fee split. Would you be open to discussing ways we could collaborate from time to time?
At 8:32am on July 18, 2009, Maureen Sharib said…
I loved the garage sale story.
At 12:21am on August 4, 2008, Susan Kang Nam said…
Hi Moises,

Claudia suggested that I should connect with you here at RBC. Look forward to networking with you.

All the best ~

At 8:45pm on July 22, 2008, Jonathan Fest said…
Moises, We are connected through Linkedin(who isn't) and it would be great to connect here. I've enjoyed your input and look forward to more, thanks.
At 7:54pm on July 15, 2008, Tim said…
Moises - glad to catch up with you here - you took some extra time with me after a webinar about 2 months ago and it has really paid off with some specific results (from strings) that I would not otherwise have achieved - THANKS!!!

At 8:40pm on March 2, 2008, Slouch said…
Hey Moises. It was great to finally meet you and stay up late talking about the best bands in the world. It means a lot that you came into town. I'll see you next month in San Diego
At 5:48pm on March 2, 2008, Gerry Crispin said…
Happy to! I need your direct email. Have your phone
At 12:15pm on March 2, 2008, Gerry Crispin said…
Saw your SourcingCorner. Imagine the headache studying 300,000 hires gives me! Reconciling War for talent with layoffs is all about mutually exclusive or sometimes slightly overlapping networks...think Venn diagrams. The ones with [US] HR, Marketing, Sales and Operations are shrinking. IT and Engineering are growing but only because of specialties whose roots are still linked to US skills and experience. Overall the conversion to global is heating up where the real war will be waged. Then the headaches for those who cannot work globally will be very large.

I enjoyed meeting you and look forward to our paths crossing many times.
At 2:34pm on December 6, 2007, Slouch said…
Hey Moises, I wanted to let you know someone nominated your blog. Have a look at the front page.
At 6:00pm on October 2, 2007, Anne Awad-Fromhertz said…
Hello Hotdog


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