Featured Blog Posts – May 2013 Archive (27)

What's in Your Backyard?

Wasn’t it Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz who said something about not looking beyond your own backyard to find what you need? I believe she had a point.

 Your best business ambassadors may just be your own employees. If you have built a nurturing environment and created an atmosphere that breeds loyalty, you probably have the best promoters of your company right in front of you. After all, who among us doesn’t love to brag?

 I was at a wedding a few weeks ago when someone asked…

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Added by Bonnie Brooks on May 6, 2013 at 4:21pm — 2 Comments

It’s Time to Take Another Look at Headhunters

The economy is recovering, but there are still millions of people desperately searching to find a job.  The irony is that many jobs are remaining unfilled.  Why?  The employers say that it is because they cannot find enough qualified applicants to fill them!  The recruitment vendors say it is because the good people are hard to find and they have responded by developing a wide assortment of cutting edge tools to help employers find the good people.  On the other hand, veterans from the old…

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Added by Ken Forrester on May 6, 2013 at 3:44pm — 7 Comments

How to Find Candidates on Twitter

In this episode of "The Jim Stroud Show," Jim demonstrates how to find candidates on Twitter using a free tool - Favstar. Plus, he plugs his new book - Resume Forensics and gives a shout out. Did he shout-out to you? Tune in and find out.…

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Added by Jim Stroud on May 6, 2013 at 2:39am — 1 Comment

My First Blog Post

Well here it is, my first blog post. That is not entirely true. I have blogged before on various different subjects from running to firearms. I even started a few blogs just to get free stuff. Who can blame me?

I am gearing this blog towards, you guessed it, recruiting. I am going to be talking about the military side of recruiting. The kind where you get forced into doing it. So, you will see some good things, some random things, and probably a bunch of ranting about stupid things.…

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Added by Eric Kenney on May 5, 2013 at 9:00pm — 4 Comments

How to Decide What to Outsource First when Starting a Recruiting Business

For the independent recruiter, the demands on your time are often overwhelming from day 1. There are so many moving  parts and things to do that there are never enough hours in the day. Even for the seasoned business owner, it’s difficult to relinquish control of any part of their business. Still, every successful internet marketer has come to…

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Added by Ryan Leary on May 3, 2013 at 8:30am — No Comments

50 Friends I Met in Twitterland- You MUST Meet

Twitterland is a real place.  Well, that is what I keep telling myself.  There are people from all over the world there.  It is like having them next door to you.  No time zones, and instant communication. All you need to go there is a computer or a smart phone.  Before you go to Twitterland though, understand it is hard to get out of this place.  You can get lost…

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Added by Will Thomson on May 2, 2013 at 11:00pm — 21 Comments

Is it really what we think it is?

Over the past week I have been going through some family issues which began with a medical emergency last Friday. Everyone we talked to from our family practitioner to the ER medical team believed that the signs pointed towards one thing. When the surgeons went in to operate on Saturday morning, they found an entirely different problem was manifested in the same environment. Upon reflection we do the same steps in the HR world we work in.

Every single day we are confronted with…

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Added by Daniel T. Bloom on May 2, 2013 at 10:14am — No Comments

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