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At 8:07am on April 10, 2008, Jackie Bellanco said…
Hi Cherese, thank you for the email. I work at Nationwide Insurance as an HR Field Specialist, where I am also involved in the recruiting.
At 9:12pm on April 9, 2008, Cherese DeJesus said…
Hi Jackie,

Great to see a fellow Clevelander on site!

At 2:51pm on February 8, 2008, Kim Koslovic said…
Hi Jackie- I saw you as a member of the linked in network and since you live in my town, wanted to say HI and invite you to connect.

I am new to the recruiting blogs and absorbed a lot of information am still a passive participant but hope to get more aggressive in the communications as I go along!
At 8:43am on December 26, 2007, Jackie Bellanco said…
Gautam, thank you for the message. Unfortunately, we do not have any openings within our group, however, you may want to check our website, www.nationwide.com. Our corporate office in Columbus, OH would most likely have more opportunities. Best of luck to you.
At 8:15am on December 24, 2007, Gautam Kumar chaudhury said…
I am looking fro HR opening to join.pl reply,
gautam chaudhury
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At 10:32am on October 2, 2007, Bob Hatcher said…
Hi Jackie

We always have a lot of opportunities all across the country. Send me your resume and I will give you a call when/if something comes up, HR@ExecutiveNetworkInc.com

Enjoy the day!
At 9:10pm on August 1, 2007, David Perry said…
At 5:36pm on August 1, 2007, jobboardguy said…
Thanks for the invite and pleasure to "meet" you.
Please don't hesitate in contacting me if I can be of assistance in your recruitment efforts.
My wife started working for Nationwide here in Des Moines a few months back after working for Citi Group for over 25 years.

Stay well.
At 1:43pm on July 30, 2007, Mary D said…
Thanks for the invite!
At 12:51pm on July 30, 2007, Seema Gupta said…
Thanks for connecting!
At 11:55am on July 30, 2007, Jackie Bellanco said…
You got it!
At 11:52am on July 30, 2007, Chris Russell said…
Gotcha...keep Jobs in Pods in mind when you start again.
At 11:46am on July 30, 2007, Mick Wist said…
Hi Jackie,

Thanks for the invite.
At 11:38am on July 30, 2007, Chris Russell said…
Thanks for connecting with me. Tell me, what are your biggest hiring needs right now?
At 3:16pm on July 6, 2007, Jackie Bellanco said…
I know, I know. By the way, I hear Congratulations are in order!!!!! Could you call me when you get the chance......I left my cell on your VM.....
At 3:12pm on July 6, 2007, David Hafernik said…
Thanks for the invite.

I could say the same to you as far as a picture is concerned. I'll see if I can get one posted soon.

Talk to you soon,
At 11:38am on July 6, 2007, Chris Russell said…
Welcome to the site Jackie. Since you work for an employer I wanted to introduce a unique service for advertising your jobs/promoting your employer brand.

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At 8:53am on July 6, 2007, Jackie Bellanco said…
I may not have any friends on my network yet, but I am working on it.... : )


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