What would you say to Monster's President?

TrumpNext week, I will be in Boston for Monster's Executive Customer Forum to pick up some insights into what's happening at the biggest brand in the recruiting industry.

I expect it to be a pretty interesting event, since Monster has been facing some serious challenges lately.

I've requested a few minutes of private time with Doug Klinger, Monster's President, and hopefully will have the chance to have a heart-to-heart.

So... I put it to you - If you were in the room with Doug, what would you use the opportunity to ask or tell him?

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Comment by Wendy Albrecht Kembel on May 18, 2007 at 9:20pm
I would ask Doug what, if any, impact he thinks the new MLM/Network Marketing career sites will have on Monster in the future (i.e. Workgiant and Blue Chip Expert).
Comment by Wendy Albrecht Kembel on May 18, 2007 at 9:21pm
Uh...I'd ask him for a lifetime free password, too. Sorry...gettin' puncy here - I couldn't resist!
Comment by Rob McIntosh on May 18, 2007 at 9:22pm
David - Here is one to add to the collection I am sure you already have.

Q: Job boards have fundamentally been operating off the same model for the last 10 years with no significant leap forward for the candidate or the recruiter. With the advent of Indeed, Craigslist and others, what added value solutions is Monster looking to bring to the table to take us beyond the post and wait era?
Comment by Epihet on May 19, 2007 at 9:16am
What does Doug think about Jobsters new approach of Cost Per Applicant (CPA) ?
[Snip - http://jobster.blogs.com/]
We see Cost Per Applicant (CPA) job advertising as a first step toward a set of ecommerce offerings representing more efficient models for online job advertising. With our CPA job advertising, there are no flat posting fees. Employers advertise a job and only pay when jobseekers apply.


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