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At 3:05pm on October 30, 2008, Karen Swim said…
Hi Dawn! It's great to see you here on RB! I can't believe I didn't think to look for you sooner! You are an incredible resource and I don't want to miss out on all your great insight and information!

Veggie restaurant - yummmm! ;-) Must get to Akron!
At 2:25pm on October 30, 2008, Elizabeth Caselton said…
Hi Dawn, I recruit in marketing...marketing communications and sales areas. Let me know if I can be of help to you.
At 3:21pm on October 13, 2008, Denyse Diem said…
Thanks for the invite. So glad to be connected! Talk to you soon I'm sure. Cheers, Denyse
At 9:34pm on October 4, 2008, Denyse Diem said…
Hello from Dallas, TX. Nice to meet you - been seeing your name on a few common groups, etc. Hope we can connect here and please let me know when I can be of help. Cheers, Denyse
At 2:31am on September 26, 2008, nancy said…
Been meaning to thank you for the networking request, still getting used to the site and it's exciting networking possibilities. Glad to be connected!

At 1:07pm on August 14, 2008, VASANTH said…

Hope you are doing well.
This is Vasanth Technical recruiter.I am into resourcing in our company who works on corp to corp basis. We market our own H1B consultants for contract positions in US.So let me know if you can help us with your requirements vasanth@techgene.com.
YAHooIM: vasav_shar


TECHNICAL Recruiter,
At 3:55pm on August 10, 2008, Careers In Holland said…
Hi Dawn,

Thanks for your comment. Rest assured if you visit these surroundings anytime you can get in touch and I'll be glad to show you around.


At 6:25pm on August 7, 2008, JackChang said…
Hi Dawn, glad to be here to meet you. Hope to connect to you then. I am Jack from jobirn.com. Thanks. -Jack
At 3:30am on August 4, 2008, Vinod Kumar said…
Hi Dawn , Thanks for the invite , pleasure to have you on my network.

At 4:53am on July 8, 2008, Careers In Holland said…
Hello Dawn,

Thanks for the invite. If at any time you wish to know more about the international jobmarket in Holland, or want to share views on innovations in online recruitment, you're more then welcome. Thanks again.

Kind regards,

Niels Jordens
At 10:52am on July 7, 2008, Vicki Z. Lauter said…
Hey Dawn -
Hope you'll connect - look forward to learning more about you.
vzl * vicki@zmc2.com
At 6:35pm on June 4, 2008, Simon said…
Hello Dawn,

I look forward to networking with you.

At 8:20pm on April 3, 2008, Tektree Gopi said…

I noticed that you also maintain an active presence here in Recruiting Blogs. Let me invite you to pay a visit to my profile as well and to connect to my network on Recruiting Blogs.

I'm always open for professional networking especially in IT Staffing.

Some background on what I do.....
Technology Recruiter work with Direct Clients & Tier-I Vendor's for Temp(Contract) Positions. I am looking at gaining assistance from connections who can supply me any Technology positions from their Direct Clients.

If I can ever be of assistance to you, please don't hesitate to contact me directly.

There may not be any immediate need or opportunity for now for us to work together but I hope there will be one in the future, be it business or career opportunity. I am sure we will find mutual benefit by being connected directly which will also enlarge both of our views of the greater Recruiting Blogs network.

I am looking forward to welcome you as my connection.

Let us start our relationship with my Firm Air Handshake.

Thanks in Advance.

Best Wishes,
Link by gopi@tektreesystems.com
View Gopi Srini Tektree [gopi@tektreesystems.com]'s profile on LinkedIn
At 9:47am on February 14, 2008, Donald L. "Skip" Conover said…
How can we collaborate?

We have an unlimited opportunity to place professionals of all types in ex-patriot assignments in Saudi Arabia. As you may know, there are about 6 million ex-patriots running the country at the operational level, and they “need everything.” They have Midas’s problem, which is they must invest about US$1 billion every week between now and 2020. This represents a monumental opportunity for people “in the know” to put aside a “nest egg” and gain experience at a higher level than one can achieve with similar qualifications and experience in the USA, Europe or Japan.

Best regards, Skip Conover
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You can link to me on LinkedIn using dlconover@msn.com
At 8:04pm on February 4, 2008, Jim Canto said…
Got your comment Dawn. Thanks.. I was developing a complex. :-) Get well soon.. the world needs more super heros. I like your use of the word OUR... it's a word who's time has come. That's a good thing.

I've also sent you an invite to my community for medical professionals, medXcentral.com. Medical recruiters are already gathering and the medical professionals and other support channels will come along soon. Hope you've got room for one more network in your bunch. It's going to be a productive one.

See you soon.
At 8:50pm on January 30, 2008, Jim Canto said…
Hi Dawn. Hope to connect here soon. You'll also be hearing from me very shortly as you've registered at my site. Please forgive the delayed response. My operation is brand new and I'm a one man show.. still working out the wrinkles. Though I seem to be picking up a few wrinkles in the mirror while doing so. Eeeesh! Talk to you soon, Dawn.
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At 4:01pm on September 11, 2007, Shoheb Shaikh said…
Thanks for the invite - Dawn!!
At 8:57am on September 4, 2007, Anne Scofield said…
Thanks Dawn!
At 11:33am on August 2, 2007, Michael Glenn said…
Hi Dawn, I you have been tagged.

1. Post these rules before you give you the facts.
2. List 8 random facts about yourself.
3. At the end of your post, choose (tag) 8 people and list their names (linking to them)
4. Leave them a comment on their blog letting them know they’ve been tagged


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