Added by Neil Costa on August 25, 2010 at 12:00pm — No Comments
I use to work for a firm in VA. We had training from 8am to 830 eavery day. Then we got on the phone and called from 830 to Noon Candidates we wanted to talk to.
We were then allowed to check and return messages. Eat lunch and then from 1230 to 4pm we would get back on the phones for more power calling.
At 4pm we had to plan our next day and write out all the people we needed to call tomorrow. I did make alot of placements doing that. When I have trouble makeing…Continue
I remember the day it clicked for me. At that moment, it wasn’t about LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, blogging or any other popular social tool. It had much more to do with the Internet as a whole…Continue
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If you are or might be once involved in one of the following types of recruiting projects, you can find information in this article helpful:
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Originally posted on the SmashFly Recruitment Marketing Blog.
One of the first and most important parts of a successful…Continue
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Eany, Meany, Miney, Moe, which staffing Model should we use!!
Staffing models, wow there are a lot of them,…Continue
But one respondent felt that making your job matter was…Continue
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It’s well known is that the careers recruitment industry in Australia is booming. It’s an industry alive with activity as at no other time in previous generations. Today, you rarely hear about anyone who receives the fabled gold watch as a token of thanks for 50 years devotion to a company. We change jobs with higher…Continue
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I’m building a marimba. I’ve been a musician for years (although not a marimba player) but have never – until now – built an instrument. Believe me, building is different from playing. It helps to be a musician if you are creating an instrument – but the mindset is quite different. You’re worried about the ‘how’ – i.e., how high does that key need to be above the resonator to amplify without…Continue
Added by Jeff Dickey-Chasins on August 24, 2010 at 9:13am — No Comments
I hope you had a good weekend…
Asking for help during a job search is a two-way street. You need to be specific about what you are looking for, and you need to make sure that the person you are requesting assistance from can actually help you. I’ve found that most people will help someone if they are able to and the request is specific.
Unfortunately many people forget the basics in a job search when asking others for…Continue
Being in the business of predictive, online reference checking, we are assuring people that reference checking is not, in fact, illegal. There are legal considerations, however. We thought the below article
might help alleviate some of those concerns
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Reference checking may be the most important element of a sound hiring process. Let’s face it: No one is better able predict the future performance of your talent than past colleagues. It’s…Continue
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