Aggregators or vertical search engines have truly arrived in the UK job market in the last six months. They offer the job seeker a single location for their entire job searching needs, but how effective are they?
Aggregators are likely to become more and more important as the job board sector continues to devolve into niche sites and corporate career portals gain traction. With several different…Continue
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On the Radar: Wednesday, October 31st, 2007
Paul Harrison writes on Digital Recruiting:
We've been pretty excited about this for a while, but the post 'a Social Network for Google Earth?' on the Google Operating System blog really put some more meat on the…
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Once upon a time we lived in the wild west of salary negotiation where many companies had no real constraints placed upon what they could do for a potential employee, but about a decade ago most companies began to put in place internal equity processes so that they could control rising costs, leverage pay (get the most “bang for the buck”), and to insure that no discriminatory hiring practices were in place (nobody likes a lawsuit).
Now I agree that companies need to have these types…Continue
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I attended a recruiting event last night. I don't remember who said the following statment but I was shocked that anyone would say such a thing regarding our profession or industry.
"We are a support group for the company" by referring to their internal recruiting organization.
Recruiting is the lifeline of any company. Without a steady flow of new talent and the management of talent, any company will not succeed to its highest potential. Recruiting is…Continue
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The second pre-conference I attended was Kevin Wheeler's presentation on Techniques & Tools to Adapt Technologies for Workforce Planning. His approach to workforce planning is not tactical because ........
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I enjoy what the staff over at Common Craft is doing to explain new technology in good ‘ole plain English. But this video, below, goes far beyond the call of duty to provide serious Halloween survival information EVERYONE…Continue
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On the Radar: Tuesday, October 30th, 2007
Following up on last week's blip about GoogleTutor.com another learning tool for sourcers, researchers and bloggers:
Google Guide is an online interactive tutorial and reference for experienced users, novices,…
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On the Radar: Monday, October 29th, 2007
Great series of posts on Toby Dayton's Diggings blog:
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The latest episode of the born online recruitment news podcast is available.
This week we are joined by Stephen O'Donnell from AllJobsUK for the announcement of the NORA winners.
Also in the show: It's all about CV databases for Trinity…Continue
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On the Radar: Friday, October 26th, 2007
RB Digital Rodeo suggests an audience for recruiting video:
Social media is more than just social news sites and social bookmarking, it’s audio, video, and it’s conversation, creation, and co-creation - “mash-ups.” Video should fit into your marketing efforts.…
Added by Amitai Givertz on October 26, 2007 at 11:30pm — No Comments
In this week's podcast I reported on the TMP UK Virtual Careers Fair, which was held last week. This post takes our coverage a little further, including a video tour < read more and view the video tour…Continue
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You know an event is big when Gerry Crispin chooses to bring his newest product out of R&D and unveil to the market at…
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On the Radar: Thursday, October 25th, 2007
On Blog Herald:
Six Apart will provide a webinar titled Enterprise 2.0: Using Social Media in the Workplace, on Tuesday, October 30th at 10:30am PDT. The free live webinar will be conducted by Forrester analysts Charlene Li and Rob Koplowitz. In addition, Anil Dash, Chief Evangelist of Six Apart, will present case studies and be…
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