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At 7:48am on July 24, 2008, judy kaufmann said…
will do and thanks!

ps...its a good look...you should stay with it
At 12:59pm on July 23, 2008, Chuck Radcliff said…
The funniest part is that it looks a lot like me...

Thanks for connecting. Let me know if I can help in any way...
At 11:31am on April 17, 2008, Gina Block said…
quite rainy
At 10:46am on February 13, 2008, Soren Moberg said…
Hi
Noticed among your friends here we have some common friends/ connections...
A Happy Valentine Greeting from an old gentleman..
You can reach me on:
http://www.linkedin.com/in/sorenmoberg
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=646923059
... or simply by adding me as friend...
All the best
Sören
At 2:20pm on February 9, 2008, Ken Rochon said…
Judy,

Thanks for the compliments. Since you love music so much, I think you would really love this music site I set up.

Check it out and tell what you think. I hope you join too - http://worldmusiclovers.ning.com/profile/KenRochon

Talk to you later.

Ken
At 7:36am on February 5, 2008, Ken Rochon said…
Judy,

I am just joining this site. Nice to be on a site with so many dynamic people.

I was curious if you are also on linked in? Here is my profile for you to check out - http://www.linkedin.com/profile?viewProfile=&key=2536216

I would gladly accept an invitation from you.

Live with passion!

Ken
At 1:59pm on February 3, 2008, Gina Block said…
well COLD in PARIS ohlalax2
great message
nice to meet you
http://pindaregirls.ning.com
At 6:41pm on February 1, 2008, Scott Sheldon said…
Hello There Judy,
Thanks for the connect, California has been very good to me. I managed to pull myself out of early retirement in Flroida recently and head back to work. I guess I too much fun and no work makes Scott a dull boy!
Flexbility is a good thing!
S
At 6:43pm on January 15, 2008, judy kaufmann said…
Hey Chris,
Having just spent 10 days in Puerto Vallarta...I'm still in that max flex state of mind (maximum flexibility) so things are not too daunting at this particular point in time.
Up and coming...distinguishing our brand, incorporating a social enterprise component into our company's idiology/methodology, nailing down strong local network connections.
And you, Chris?
judy
Human Factor
At 10:36am on January 3, 2008, Dennis Smith said…
Thanks Judy! Glad you joined RecruitingBlogs.com....great place to learn from each other and share what's going on in the world of recruiting.

Happy New Year!

Dennis
At 7:00pm on December 21, 2007, judy kaufmann said…
Chris...that powerful mind of yours had sent this to me already via those beta waves that only higher level thinkers are receptive too..... just jokin' Chris. You are too sweet to lend an inspired hand to my inquiry,.
I've have had the pleasure of ronly recently learning about Zoominfo (Matt Maloney) and indeed have signed on.
But the other...that Black Book of Passive Candidates...the name alone is so entirely provocative that I need to absolutely check it out! In fact ... can I be listed on it somehow??
Thanks Chris and God Bless you over this happiest of holiday seasons! I do think you are now my newest best friend!
judy at Human Factor
At 10:38pm on December 20, 2007, Ron Kronen said…
Hi Judy
Thanks for the warm reception! Seasons greetings to you and yours

Cheers
Ron
At 5:23am on December 13, 2007, Recruiting Animal said…
Would you like me to leave you a long message like the one below?
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At 2:12pm on December 7, 2007, judy kaufmann said…
great...that will be a memory maker for them...safe travels!
Happy Holidays to you, too,
judy
At 10:05am on November 28, 2007, judy kaufmann said…
Thankfully...things are cooking in a good way for this Human Factor employee.
Currently doing an analysis of the available tools and data depots out there ( can't completely remove my consulting/analyst hat yet) to understand the value and ROI on them. Probably has been done before and most likely recently too. Info welcomed.
At 9:57am on November 28, 2007, Slouch said…
Hey Judy, I remember the first search I ever did back in 1993 was a human factors engineer for compaq in Huston. It was the first and last search I ever did. I filled it though.

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