Featured Blog Posts – March 2012 Archive (65)

Willing and Unable: Trapped in Unemployment

I was browsing my LinkedIn Groups this morning, and a colleague shared this 60 Minutes segment in which she was spotlighted. I'm sure each of you knows someone who is talented, college-educated, life-experienced, and willing to work, but unable to secure employment.

What can we do - as advocates and stakeholders in the community of recruiting - to help? Even if it…


Added by Maisha Cannon on March 1, 2012 at 8:30pm — No Comments

3 Tips to Leveraging your Existing Recruiting Technology

I wrote about how to get buy-in of your end usersthe other day and now I wanted to address how to continually try and get the most out of the technology you choose to leverage at your organization.


Like any other buying decision there’s a ton of momentum at the beginning of the selection & implementation process.  You get everyone…


Added by Chris Brablc on March 1, 2012 at 12:15pm — No Comments

The Beauty of Coworking for Recruiters

Some recruiters go to an office every day. Some go to their basement home office every day. So if you are one of the entrepreneurs, the blended desk worker who does a little bit of everything, this post is for you.

We are increasingly becoming a freelance, temp-work nation, and the recruiting industry is no exception. So while you may be working with temp firms to find contract, temporary, and freelance workers, you may be a bit of a contract/freelance…


Added by Jessica Lunk on March 1, 2012 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

Recruiters and the Compendium Conundrum…

At the risk of offending about 97.2% of corporate recruiters in the industry – It’s time I raised what I believe to be a very  important issue.  I’m all about breaking the stereotype, promoting a unique personal brand and offering a point of difference…. It’s hard enough as a recruiter to distinguish yourself from your competitors in a saturated market, and the last time I looked there was no mandatory uniform all recruiters must stringently adhere too with Orwellian…


Added by Craig Watson on March 1, 2012 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

Women pay inequality in Western Canada

We have seen incredible strides for women in the workforce.  Fifty years ago in 1962 women were mostly still homemakers and just starting to stretch their wings in terms of the labour force.  Today we see in Canada that 50.4% of the labour force is comprised of women, edging men out of the majority by half a percent.  In addition, the market offers more programs directed at encouraging women in the workforce.  For example, based on a test market run in Toronto, Edmonton is the first to…


Added by Darryl Moore on March 1, 2012 at 8:00am — No Comments

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