Peter Clayton's Blog – March 2009 Archive (3)

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Resume Genome Project - A Wheel of Fortune for your career development

Has Amazon ever told you, "People like you bought these other books."? It's a great feature and it's all built off of the shopping habits of real people. What if you could do the same thing with everyone's resume and find out what everyone else was out there doing? You could know what people with your major do for a living, or what jobs people do next after they have yours. What skills do you need in public… Continue

Added by Peter Clayton on March 17, 2009 at 9:27pm — No Comments

Hiring in this economy? Onboarding is essential

"Moving into a new job is among the toughest career challenges you'll face." George Bradt

In a 30 minute Career Transition Channel podcast on Total Picture Radio, George Bradt, founder and managing director of PrimeGenesis, reports, "Between 40% and 50% of newly hired executives fail within 18 months. Many, many more new employees simply fail to distinguish themselves."

George wrote the book on onboarding: The… Continue

Added by Peter Clayton on March 9, 2009 at 2:15pm — No Comments

A Candid Conversation with Recruiting Industry Veteran, Sheila Greco

Recently, I had an opportunity to record an interview podcast with Sheila Greco, founder and president of Sheila Greco and Associates. This is the third recession her firm has navigated in its 20-year history. With about 30 employees, we wanted to hear what her company was doing to weather the storm of client layoffs and budget cuts.

Here are the talking points covered in the interview on… Continue

Added by Peter Clayton on March 2, 2009 at 9:22pm — No Comments


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