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At 5:15pm on August 19, 2009, Rod Garcia said…
Rhonda,

Check out my company at www.jobthread.com. If you are currently in tech let's talk.

Thanks,

Rod
At 12:59pm on February 14, 2009, MARIA BIA APARECIDA HENRIQUE said…
I am from Rio de Janeiro/Brazil and I’m looking for exchange experiences (shadowing) with American Company specialized in Recruitment & Selection, during my study trip on March 09th to 27th in Seattle.

May we can maintain contact by bia@rhbrasil.com.br or skype: mariabia8402 to exchange more information about my objectives and may set a meeting.
At 4:59pm on January 13, 2009, Josh Arnold said…
was hoping you would connect with me here
best regards

josh
At 2:32pm on November 13, 2008, Amit Bhagwat said…
Hi Ronda,


How are you doing today? It would be a great privilage to be connected on Linkedin unfortunately I do not have your email address where I could send you invitation please add me to your network my url is http://www.linkedin.com/in/amit9307 my details are mentioned on my profile.
At 4:45pm on October 30, 2008, JOHN SUNDER said…
Hi Ronda,

Hope you are doing good!!!

This is John from Encore RPO and I am working as a Sr Sourcing Quality Control. I'd like to add you to my network with your permission.. I would appreciate if you could let me know your interest.

I appreciate if you could connect me in Linkedin, http://www.linkedin.com/in/johnsunder

Thanks and Regards
- John
At 2:21pm on October 30, 2008, Elizabeth Caselton said…
Thank you for invitation to connect. I recruit in the product marketing and marketing communications areas. Let me know if I can be of help to you.
Elizabeth
At 8:34pm on August 27, 2008, TZ said…
That sounds great. Let's find out when the next one is and make it happen. Hope your three day weekend is great!

T
At 7:58pm on August 27, 2008, Erica Jayne Walsh said…
Ronda:

Are you still attending SourceCon? I'd love to connect.

- Erica
At 1:19pm on August 20, 2008, JackChang said…
Hi Ronda,

Glad to meet you on RecruitingBlogs.
Hope to connect to you here and LinkedIn! (Profile www.linkedin.com/in/shaojunzhang).

A questions, how about recruiting roadshow and sourceCon, I plan to attend then, but don't know whether it's useful.Thank you.

Btw, if you have some requirement, you can go to my site:http://jobirn.com to search thousands of passive IT candidates for free. Thanks.

-Jack
At 1:13am on July 24, 2008, TZ said…
HI,

Did you make the NWRA get together last week? I wanted to go but took my kids camping instead.

Hope our sun comes back soon.

T
At 6:25pm on July 10, 2008, Sowmya said…
Hi Ronda...thx for adding me in!!Hope you are having a good day

Somy
At 4:44pm on July 10, 2008, TZ said…
Me too. I am thinking until December........We have had too much winte
At 4:43pm on July 10, 2008, Kari Quaas said…
I work for the seasonal/summer job board, CoolWorks.com. I'm the only employee in Seattle, the West Coast Branch, if you will. My cohorts are all over in Montana. : ) I've been with them since March 2007 and love it.
At 4:30pm on July 10, 2008, Kari Quaas said…
Yay, another Seattleite. What do you do?

Kari : )
At 4:16pm on July 10, 2008, TZ said…
Thanks for the add! How are you enjoying our great weather?
At 6:40pm on June 11, 2008, Punkil Patel said…
Hi Ronda,

Thanks for the add!

Punkil
At 11:41am on April 25, 2008, Amy Elder said…
Hi Ronda! I noticed you are in the Seattle area (I'm in SF). I have a job in Bellevue (Acct Mgr - w/interactive adv agency exp) and am wondering if you would recommend any local niche sites for your area? Thanks so much! And, have a great weekend...Amy
At 4:25pm on March 24, 2008, Travis said…
Ronda, I would be interested in speaking with you about splits. I have 12 years in account managment and recruiting. Would love to talk with you sometime. Travis.
At 11:04am on February 16, 2008, Kevin Stakelum said…
I am always interested in expanding my network in Seattle. Nice to "meet" you.
Kevin
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