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At 4:16am on November 30, 2008, Richard Nacht said…
Hi Jason,
Thanks for the invite. Let me know if you want to get together some time this week to discuss how we might hep each other.
At 8:55am on November 10, 2008, Rachel Francis said…
I can send you some information if you like? What's your email address?
At 8:16am on November 10, 2008, Rachel Francis said…
Hi Jason,

Thanks for the invitation. You have great inforamtion on your blog! Have you ever heard of Calle Ocho? It's the largest Hispanic street festival in the US and takes place annually in Miami. It's a great diversity event.
At 8:44pm on July 29, 2008, Jason Buss said…
No problem, it's a great cause, event, and investment!
At 9:30pm on July 28, 2008, Slouch said…
Hey Jason, thanks for posting about the recruiting event on your blog. I appreciate it.
At 2:09pm on July 21, 2008, Jim Canto said…
Jason, I enjoyed your blog entries and have some very similar thoughts. I'd like to connect if you'll accept. Warm regards, - Jim
At 4:37pm on June 14, 2008, Ruth Frazer said…
Hi Jason

Thanks for your invitation. Feel free to connect with me on Linkedin if you like too. My email is ruth@pharmacruiting.com to link to me.

Have a great weekend.

Ruth
At 12:18pm on June 14, 2008, Alex Truchot said…
Thank you for accepting my invite.
If you would like to join my LinkedIn network, I accept all invitations.

View Alex Truchot's profile on LinkedIn
At 3:02pm on June 8, 2008, Lorena Stanley said…
Thanks for adding me to your friends! I am new here and hope to be networking and touching base with you soon! Thanks again!
At 11:17am on June 8, 2008, Susan Kang Nam said…
Hi Jason -

I am fairly new here.. and I wanted to introduce myself. I read your blog this morning on conferences.. and I appreciated reading your key comments on best recruiting practices.. Thanks. Look forward to connecting with you more here.

All the best,

Susan
At 4:40pm on May 1, 2008, Connie Poll said…
Jason,

Great to hear from you. Hope all is well. Are you still running between Seattle and Mpls?

Connie
At 4:40pm on April 11, 2008, Slouch said…
jason@talentID.com I look forward to hearing from you. send me your phone number and I will call you
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