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At 8:07am on February 6, 2009, Bruce Rowles said…
Scott - You left me a message yesterday - I would be interested in talking with you...what is the best way to reach you?
At 3:27pm on November 7, 2008, Rachel Francis said…
My company is hosting a Health Care Career Fair on January 14th in Miami Lakes. We also publish a Health Care Guide that gets distributed throughout the state of Florida. Please let me know if you would like more information.


Rachel Francis
At 1:25pm on July 17, 2008, Susan Kang Nam said…
Hi Scott,

Thanks for your linkedin connection just now. Look forward to networking with you further here at RBC...and all the best to you at ERE. ERE was my first resource along with Barbara Ling's site.. I used to educate myself when I first started my recruiting job in Cambridge several years back..

Have a great Thursday~

All the best~

At 12:53am on June 16, 2008, Alex Truchot said…
Thank you for accepting my invite. Please let me know if I can be of any assistance.
If you would like to join my LinkedIn network, I accept all invitations.
View Alex Truchot's profile on LinkedIn
At 9:41pm on May 22, 2008, Slouch said…
I referred someone to you today. let me know if you connected
At 3:05pm on May 15, 2008, Suzanne Dodge said…
Hi Scott,

Missed the webinar today and I'm so bummed! Had a scheduling conflict. What is the easiest way to get updated on upcoming events?
At 3:03pm on May 8, 2008, Suzanne Dodge said…
Thanks Scott!

The info is probably out there, but can you confirm the time for the webinar on the 15th and let me know if it's EST.

At 9:38am on May 8, 2008, Bill Vick said…
Hi Scott and thank you for joining us on I'll look forward to your comments and feedback.
At 3:58am on May 8, 2008, Suzanne Dodge said…
Looking forward to the webinar on May 15th. Is the scheduled time reflect EST? I'm in CA and don't want to miss it.

Thank you for the great info. I love ERE!
At 6:08pm on April 27, 2008, Amitai Givertz said…
Hey Scott,

You may already have heard that some of us are getting together on Thursday, May 1 in Coral Springs for an informal meeting over coffee. I wanted to invite you personally. If you'd like to join us, please RSVP.

See you later...

Ami G.
At 12:00pm on April 25, 2008, Debbie Weaver said…
Well, it is during lunch, but I think it will be worth it! Thanks for the quick response!
At 11:41am on April 25, 2008, Debbie Weaver said…
Hi Scott - Is the webinar on April 30th from 2 to 3 EST?
At 8:23am on April 3, 2008, Amitai Givertz said…
Hey, Scott, fantastic to see you here. PLEASE call me!

Ami G.
At 11:32pm on April 2, 2008, Recruitnik said…
Hi Scott! Nice to hear from you. Glad to see you joined us on S. FL Metro recruiters! See you 4/17!
At 6:52pm on March 11, 2008, Cherese DeJesus said…
Hi Scott, I'm new to the recruiting community and I'm looking forward to networking and sharing ideas!

At 9:41am on December 11, 2007, Lisa said…
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At 9:25pm on October 26, 2007, Slouch said…
At 2:46pm on August 2, 2007, Scott Baxt said…
I told him to stay away - but you know how they get Animal ;)
At 10:15am on August 1, 2007, Recruiting Animal said…
Hey Scott, why did you bring your Dad. It doesn't make you seem like an independent person.


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