March 2009 Blog Posts (231)

What’s the BIG DEAL about your RESUME?

Honestly, ask 10 different people for an opinion on your resume and you’ll get ten different answers. So what’s the big deal anyway? The big deal is this - like it or not, the resume is your “golden ticket” (ala American Idol) to getting that interview. You have approximately ten seconds of a recruiters attention span to showcase your qualifications and land that interview. If there is not enough compelling and relevant information that fits the need they are looking to fill, you’ve lost them.… Continue

Added by Duane Roberts on March 25, 2009 at 3:01pm — 2 Comments

The Career Traffic Jam

This is not a news flash-the party is over. Long gone are the days where you work for one employer your entire career, collect a pension and retire with your golden ring. The economy and market changed several years ago to one that saw employees jumping ship like a game of musical chairs and employers snatching from competitors like thieves in the night. The end result was job seekers with an over-inflated view of their true worth in the marketplace and companies that were mistaken in their… Continue

Added by Duane Roberts on March 25, 2009 at 3:00pm — No Comments

Are you really “looking” for a job?

There are a lot of people who say they are looking for a job. The questions I’d have for these folks would be:



Are they prepared for the job when they find it?

Do they really know how to look?



It’s easy to confuse being busy with being productive. When you are engaged in a job search, you must be sure you are doing activities that are going to help you achieve the goal of finding employment. Looking for a job is not necessarily one of these activities. You need to be… Continue

Added by Duane Roberts on March 25, 2009 at 2:59pm — No Comments

How New York is killing the economy

In their infinite wisdom, the MTA of New York voted to affirm a doomsday plan and budget that will significantly increase commuting costs around the metro New York area - just another obstacle that recruiters in the area need to address.



This is another brilliant plan by overpaid bureaucrats that once again fails to address the need to re-engineer thousands of processes in favor of 25% fare hikes. I guess… Continue

Added by Steve Levy on March 25, 2009 at 12:45pm — No Comments

Some Thoughts on Social Recruiting

In case you have not heard, there is a Group on Twitter #socialrecruiting. This appears to be have been spawned by @dmanaster of ERE fame and @scottbaxt as far as I can determine. Another great site for this @socrecruiting. Follow these people and Sites.



This is a terrific and timely idea for the… Continue

Added by Dave Graziano on March 25, 2009 at 10:08am — 9 Comments

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Added by Atanu Mondal on March 25, 2009 at 9:00am — No Comments

AGM Retail Banking -Doha Location

Hi i am looking out for an AGM Retail Banking.15+ years of exp in setting up core retail banking ops, branch network , heading all verticals.Location-Doha for one of the leading commercial bank in Doha.Position will be only for a Europe,US , Australian,UK and Canadian nationals only.

In case you can refer anyone , please drop me an email on sarita@mploy.co.in and sarita.mploy@gmail.com .

Added by Sarita Golwalkar on March 25, 2009 at 8:38am — No Comments

Dear AIG: I Quit!

If you're not a link clicker, at least click this one and read the letter from Jake DeSantis to Edward Liddy, CEO of AIG.



With the global recession pressing down on every aspect of our lives, it has become painfully obvious that most recruiters and hiring managers have very little skill in selecting people based upon leadership needs or potential.



Perhaps the solution is to select solely on the ability… Continue

Added by Steve Levy on March 25, 2009 at 7:17am — 1 Comment

Who's the Boss?

Dear Claudia,



My company just went through a series of layoffs, and in an unexpected turn of events I have been promoted to replace the manager of our small recruiting team. One of the remaining recruiters is really angry that I was given the promotion; she’s been with the company longer, and says she was being groomed for the job by our old boss (who was let go in the last round of layoffs). As you might imagine, between the layoffs and the politics our office is not a fun place…
Continue

Added by Claudia Faust on March 25, 2009 at 7:16am — No Comments

AMDOCS Project Manager - CONTRACT - Toronto, Canada

I have a client requiring an AMDOCS Project Manager.
Experience required with:
Ensemble
Enabler
Websphere

Please send me a word version of your resume ASAP.
kevin.b@talgroup.net

Added by Kevin Bradbury on March 24, 2009 at 3:56pm — No Comments

LinkedIn Tips and Tricks

LinkedIn Tips and Tricks







I wanted to share my experience and some quick LinkedIn tips with everyone in this first blog post. It all started when I was new to recruiting in the nuclear industry sector. My biggest challenge was in finding candidates for expatriate assignments. I immediately started scourging the job boards and turning them upside down for the right candidates for my highly specific jobs. To add a cherry to the cake, the skills criteria for candidates were… Continue

Added by Sophia Simon on March 24, 2009 at 3:06pm — 10 Comments

Successful Recruiters Needed

My name is Simone Y., and I own an operate a Social Networking Community/Job Board for Technical Professionals called www.SmartTechPeople.com . We are adding a "Recruiter Spotlight" section to the site and I would like to spotlight Successful Tech Recruiters .



If you are interested we will send you a questioner to fill out about yourself and your company, we will then invite you to the site to create a profile, which will be linked to the article, we will also list all of your open… Continue

Added by Simone Yard on March 24, 2009 at 2:07pm — No Comments

Financial Solutions for Business Executives WorldWide

ABNA offers an immediate solution to businesses world wide facing cash flow challenges. By complementing your current internal receivables process, we offer solutions at no upfront cost which will increase your yield, reduce your DSO and offer a centralized solution to any partial/overflow/full AR Management needs you may have, or assist with past due collection efforts where your in house efforts could be spent in a more effective avenue.ABNA International has offices, collectors,… Continue

Added by Jennifer Stacey on March 24, 2009 at 1:44pm — No Comments

Bountyjobs abilty to build client relationships

I wish there was a person at Bountyjobs.com you could talk to make suggestions. I would like to discuss the importance of client/recruiter relationships and encouraging more interaction. I would also like to suggest in their marketing role, they suggest once a recruiter becomes engaged, one phone call is allowed to find out the minute details of this opportunity. If a recruiter is focused on quality not just quantity of submission then speaking to the hiring manager is an important… Continue

Added by Suzanne Gill on March 24, 2009 at 12:18pm — No Comments

MIS Business / Data Analyst and Tester - ICG Performance Measurement & Analysis (PMA)

Job Specification



DEPARTMENT OVERVIEW:

The Institutional Client Group (ICG) Performance Measurement & Analysis team is a newly formed global function, created to provide senior management with business intelligence on performance, exposure and productivity across all product groups.



KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

As part of a new team being formed in New York, deliver tactical and strategic business intelligence solutions which will measure and help improve… Continue

Added by RAJ MANGAM on March 24, 2009 at 11:55am — No Comments

Nail your Interview!

I usually don't plug other people's services on this blog, but in these difficult times you need to distinguish yourself from the rest of the pack when you interview. I have worked with Greg Chenevert for a few years now and have found him to be the most effective coach on all things related to communication. He has worked to help all types of people improve their communications in the areas of sales, interviewing, networking, writing. Even political… Continue

Added by Bill Meirs on March 24, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments

Salaries experience a big freeze

In February I discussed Land Rovers decision to cut working hours and freeze all pay increases, in order to save jobs. At this time research published by www.recruiter.co.uk suggested that workers would rather take a pay cut than loose their jobs altogether, well this seems to be the case at Honda in Swindon.



Yesterday Honda announced redundancies, wage cuts and pay freezes were to take place at its Swindon factory as a result of the current economic problems experienced in the motor… Continue

Added by Matt on March 24, 2009 at 8:01am — No Comments

Dartboard Sourcing

ERE has been so kind as to publish one of my how-to's:

Many sourcing expeditions are doomed to failure because the sourcer “assumes” they have found what the customer wants. The fact is, in these instances, the sourcer hasn’t asked enough questions of the customer on the front end of the process to know what the customer wants. This is because they do not possess the depth of experience in sourcing to know what questions to… Continue

Added by Maureen Sharib on March 24, 2009 at 6:30am — No Comments

Need work? Staff companies a good find

Here is an article we wrote recently for 24 hour newspaper called- Need work? Staff companies a good find, EmployPrep provides recommendations collectively gathered from staff and clients to help job seekers consider when conducting their search for the right staffing company to represent them.



Read… Continue

Added by Moshin Manji on March 24, 2009 at 4:51am — No Comments

Seeking Neonatal Nurse Practitioners Nationwide

Whether you are a new NNP grad or an experienced practitioner, I'd love to speak with you regarding a variety of job opportunties available throughout the United States.

For more information, please visit www.LinkousRecruiting.com or contact Kelly at 1-800-738-NNPS (6677).

Added by Kelly Linkous on March 23, 2009 at 5:00pm — No Comments

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